THE BLACK HOLE OF SOCIAL SERVICES. Raige plays with her hair and groans, "I still don't trust him!" Lila The Grunge Queen silently examines her fingernails for dirt, desperately resisting the urge to eviscerate Raige for flaunting her ability to wear horizontal stripes to the office. The actress playing The Grunge Queen is from Chicago, by the way, and was one of my ex-boyfriend's passel of friends from high school. However, I promised not to drop the dime on her in my recaps, so no tales of LSD-fueled shoplifting sprees will be found here. Joke! That was a joke! Becky Wahlstrom is a lovely and talented lady, and every single casting agent reading this should give her serious consideration for prominent roles in upcoming feature film projects. Anyway, where was I? Oh, yeah. Raige phoned Wolfman, Carteris, and Klart and discovered that The Sole was being truthful about the new job. Lila fails to see the significance of all this. Raige bleats that "there's something off" about The Sole, and she intends to "keep an eye on him." Lila pffts and zeroes in on an Etch-A-Sketch as Phoebe calls from the Jeep to arrange for Raige to meet the others at the Manor in order to address the Molly Hagan situation.
Episode Report CardDemian: B+ | 426 USERS: C+
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