They talk some more about this guest house thing because it's really interesting and necessary to the plot. Or would be, if there were one, which there is not. Kevin wishes he got to live in the guest house and thinks it's not fair because he's Vince's brother, and Turtle points out that he's really his half-brother and not only that but Vince thought Kevin was his cousin until he was like 14, and Kevin launches into an unrelated rant about how parties unknown among the current group lived with him for two years at some point and ate his food and "fucked [his] fallout," and I was trying to get through this scene as quickly as possible but then Eric screwed it up for all of us by requiring more information about the "fallout" we're talking about. Which, no you don't, Eric. It's clearly idiomatic, Eric. He's not actually suggesting that you had sexual intercourse with trace radiation and free radicals, Eric. He means, he explains, his "Melrose Place fallout pussy." Which I admit, makes me laugh. Because I love Melrose Place, maybe more than anything on this earth, and because the phrase "fallout pussy" reminds me of every awards show Pamie and Stee have ever recapped. Best recaps ever. But anyway, it isn't funny in the way that they think it's funny, which is that Kevin got "pussy" from his stint on Melrose Place, and somehow that's funny, and that he was on Melrose Place, and somehow that's funny. But I am here to tell you that that is not funny. He is a lucky fictional bitch to have fictionally been on that show. I hate these people.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B- | 1025 USERS: B-
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