Luke Wilson is giving this very HSN speech to Drama and Turtle (so you know this is going to turn out to suck somehow) about his wonderful home entertainment solution as provided by some made-up media surround-sound company run by a man named Rufus. I don't deny that Luke Wilson rocks, but I do need to tell you that he's the only person whose face I'd rather punch than Owen Wilson's face. You can't blame his face, I'm sure he's a swell guy, and funny too, and has a good project-choosing ability, but I also can't be blamed for the feelings of my fists, which are beyond my control. Next to Luke Wilson is some girl who's probably quite famous but whom I cannot place. My first impulse was that model girl that Seinfeld dated, but then I thought she was somebody else. I don't really care because Luke Wilson's life, like his home stereo recommendations, does not affect me in any way. The important thing is that Luke mentioned this man Rufus in InStyle and got a break on the equipment and Turtle starts yelling way pointlessly about this. "Hey, you still doing that thing with Wes?" Drama asks, and since it's this show, he's probably talking about The Royal Tenenbaums, or like, Birth of a Nation or The Little Tramp. Isn't Luke always doing something with Wes? Isn't that the point of the Wilsons? Wes Anderson and Jackie Chan? Owen's going to be playing the part of "the Partner," and Drama thinks about that for awhile, and then a little dim lightbulb goes off over his very depressing head and he says hilariously, "He's costly." They get Rufus's card, and their storyline this week, and Luke takes off.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B- | 1423 USERS: B-
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