Let's go to the library, shall we, for some more madcap antics from everyone's favourite psycho, Annie. She's phoning Eric's office again, although this time Lou is smart enough not to pick up the phone. After letting it ring for a while, Annie snaps, screaming out, "Eric where are you?" Isn't it refreshing to see how much respect she has for this house of learning? That's just one of the reasons why she's so excellent and believable as a teacher.
Where is Eric anyway? He's still down at the cardiac ward, listening to a doctor explain that some woman's heart is okay. I guess I really should have figured out from the beginning that this woman is Ginger, but I'm embarrassed to say, I didn't see it coming. Maybe that's because I keep forgetting that the best doctors in the country are in Glenoak. At least that's what the writers would have us believe, since any tertiary character who needs medical services always ends up in Glenoak. The town is so small as to only have two restaurants, yet it's got better doctors than Phoenix, which is where Ginger lives. But the writers' special magic makes us believe in the power of Glenoak, right? Right?
Ugh -- Robbie still wants to duke it out with Dopey in the CamKitchen. After all, Joy told him to. Dopey's not interested in resolving any differences, though he's not averse to insulting Robbie, asking him if he always does what Joy tells him to. When he comments that it's obvious who wears the pants in their relationship, Robbie says, "Yeah, it's Joy. And her pants are tight and pink, so I do whatever she says." Lovely. He's quick to add, "Because I love her and I respect her opinion," in case you didn't get a sense of that from his comment about her pants. Robbie remarks that Dopey only thinks of him as a boarder. At first I thought he said "moron," and I was all set to agree, but he definitely said "boarder." Joy comes in and sees that they haven't finished fighting, so she says, "I guess I better find another movie to watch," and leaves. Hey, wait a second! her pants weren't pink, they were black. Maybe Robbie has some bizarre form of colour-blindness. I think it's smart that the writers are giving Joy so few lines this week. I only wish they had done the same for Dopey and Robbie.
Mary is still trying to see the fire chief, and still not having any success. She wants to bully him into letting her into his firefighter training course, even though he's already sent her a rejection letter. She thinks she deserves more CONSIDERATION than a letter. Her sense of entitlement about that is baffling.