Somehow this is all just a thing to say how awesome Drama is, and just like every episode the guys all scream and carry on about how awesome Drama is, way beyond what's necessary, because of the looming suicide always in the distance. And it's sweet like always, and Turtle takes a hit off of some POT! and says, "Great night," and hands the POT! to Drama, who takes a hit and says, "Great fucking night." And that's the end, and that alone is cool, because it ends like a good story instead of a bad sitcom like usual. And I have to say, pretty good night. You know, all things considered.
Next week: I'm trying to be very detailed in my observations here, in order to figure out whether it will suck. You be the judge. Emily asks Eric out for coffee, which contrivedly enough they can only possibly have on the night of the Head On premiere, because there's no coffee in L.A. except for the one day a year we call "Coffee Day." Drama dates a girl with enormous biceps who is mean to people and is totally dominant. Does that go on the gay list? Or the creepy list? Ari's wife figures some things out in the middle of the street. That Chipette girl shows up again with her virginity all over Vince. Later, Vince gets drunk and does the extended remix of "I love you, man" to the entire cast and they all yell and toast and drink, and I can't imagine that's very consequential, and even if it is in the episode itself, that was dumb for a preview. But I'm splitting hairs here. The real trouble is, until this week there was nowhere to go but up, and next week? There's a tiny, miniscule amount of possible down we could go. But more Emily, and maybe more Kristen, and maybe Turtle with the nice hair, plus Drama's masculinity and drunk Vince. All of which could conceivably not suck. We'll see.