Unbelievably, RevCam still isn't finished talking about ephedrine. He whips out a pamphlet that I guess he got from the local anti-ephedrine stand on the way to Diane's house and reads more boring information off the back of it, like how mixing ephedrine with soda or coffee increases the risk "of suffering ill effects. That is, if you call 'dying' an ill effect." And who wouldn't? Diane's dad finally gets a chance to speak, and points out that aspirin and ibuprofen can also cause health problems, but then ruins whatever good points he made there by adding that chocolate has a side effect of making some people break out in hives, which is an allergic reaction, not a side effect, you moron. Diane's dad says that he will be sure to check out ephedrine, although he won't promise that he or Diane will stop taking it. He thanks RevCam for coming over and ushers him out the door, where they run into Diane, who apologizes to Eric for giving Mary the pills. Eric thanks her for the apology, and leaves. Diane's dad shuts the door right after him and says that he was afraid that if he didn't say something to appease RevCam, the guy would never have left them alone. As he says this, we see RevCam standing outside the house through a large living room window, blatantly looking in on them. Diane's dad asks her if she's feeling okay, and she says she's feeling great. Then she sees RevCam looking at her through the window and screams in terror as her dad calls the police. Well, no, but it would be been incredible if that happened. As it was, that scene was so boring that I had to take some ephedrine myself to stay awake.
Episode Report CardSara M: A+ | 359 USERS: C+
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