Grandmaster S tries to make his escape when he sees his sisters, but they flag him down and ask him about his buddy Flashdance, whose name turns out to be Norton. Jeez, no wonder the poor kid's so violent. If this were some other show, I'd entertain the possibility that naming this geek Norton was a sly reference to The Onion's Herbert "H-Dog" Kornfeld, "Tha Lowdown Funky-Fresh Gangsta Bad Ass of the Accountz Reeceevable Department of Midstate Office Supply." But dude, come on, it's 7th Heaven. Lucy asks Simon about his clothes. He seems inordinately proud of the "few adjustments" he made to his clothes to get such a fresh and not-at-all-clichéd look. Lucy informs him, "Your friend called me a name and slapped me on the butt in the record store." Aw, man, I can't believe they used the word "butt" on a G-rated show. We should start some kind of letter-writing campaign. Maybe Pat Buchanan can help us out. I doubt he has much else to do these days. Simon tries to argue that Tha N-Dog was just joking around. Ugh, whatever. Lucy does a good job of standing up for herself and explaining to Simon why she should not be treated with disrespect. I think that's cool, but I'm not entirely sure why she's asking Simon to "do something." I hope it's just because those are his friends and not because she thinks she can't take care of herself, because she did a pretty job of that back in the record store.
Episode Report CardCate: C+ | 496 USERS: C+
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