Yep. Mix CDs. Still a thing.
Boo: "I don't even know what you guys are even acting so weird about! I'm Boo!"
Sasha: "I'm not trying to even hear this shit. Buckle up."
Boo: "He gave me a CD of surf music."
Sasha: "This just gets worse and worse, doesn't it? I'm right, but I'm saying it like I'm wrong, because this show and this town are topsy-turvy."
Melanie: (Makes a face; no idea what it's meant to signify except maybe she is having an episode.)
Boo: "He's just a friend, you guys! And I'm not just saying that, it's actually what you're supposed to believe."
PARADISE FLOWER FESTIVAL
Fanny: "I have choreographed this dance called 'Paper Or Plastic.' It is about how Michelle is trying to turn me into a capitalist running dog cog that drinks the blood of the proletariat, just like that one part in Beaches, even though I started writing it before I even met her. And even though I am a grown-ass lady and not a C-average Philosophy major in freshman year at a state school, like you might think."
Everybody looks awesome. The dance makes Michelle laugh because it's about the serious battle between paper and plastic bags, and then the hero enters: The Canvas Tote. I guess this entire season was written the week that ASP discovered canvas totes? They sure do come up a lot.
Fanny, verbatim: "The die is cast. The cashier looks around at the utter destruction she has wrought... And goes on break."
Michelle: "Sorry, so nature dies? That's awesome!"
Fanny: "It was so much fun to do. Choreography, teaching..."
Truly: "When the ecosystem broke down, so did I!"
At some point apparently Fanny convinced Sal that he got paid -- this part was dodgy -- and then his dancy pants go chasing Truly off into the crowd and then the episode just abruptly ends.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps Bunheads, Pretty Little Liars and True Blood for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook. IRL work appears in BenBella's SmartPop series of anthologies, and novelette "The Commonplace Book" will appear on Tor.com in October 2012.