"Controller and controllee" Ryan and Jessica went to RevCam for marriage counseling, and probably wish they hadn't. "Alcoholic" Ted almost killed Mary and Lucy. The only thing keeping him from being an "angel," in my eyes at least, is that he didn't actually do it. Some "dog lovers" asked RevCam to watch their pet die because they couldn't. "Confused" James "thought" he had a crush on Annie. You'd have to be pretty confused to think that. "Victim" Fern was verbally abused by her dad, and played by Morgan Fairchild, and thus well past old enough to have gotten over it. "Victim" Sashigo was a Japanese-American who was interned during WWII, who used that experience to well to refuse to sign a petition that would protect someone who was experiencing similar war-related racism. Oh well! A "selfless child" asked RevCam to pray to end violence. "Fighter" Harold was terminally ill, but not a child, and thus not an angel. An "amazing man" went to RevCam to tell on his co-workers for stealing his prosthetic arm. Yeah, that's real amazing. Amazingly lame. "Lucky man" IPS Joy's dad was reunited with his kidnapped son with, if I remember correctly, very little help from RevCam. Yasmin's dad was "down on his luck." Maybe his kidnapped child was not recovered. Peter's almost stepfather Dick was an "abuser." "Overbearing parents" wouldn't let their grown son live his own life. Simon says that his dad learned a lesson from them, but -- come on now. Some guy was an "imposter" of Chandler's dad. I don't know how RevCam helped him, but I guess he did, somehow. Off-camera. As boing sound effects play, Simon says that "the list goes on and on forever and ever for all eternity."
Episode Report Card730 USERS: C+
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