And Mitch catches it. Mitch is a total asshole to Steve in this scene. Steve asks to go easy on him since he just played with Cam (even though now it's dark and with Cam it was light. What day is it, anyway?). Mitch says he's not going to take any excuses. He hurls the ball at Steve. Then he tells Steve that he's getting old. I think he also calls him a big smelly stupidhead, too. Steve says that maybe Mitch should go easy on Cameron and Mitch freaks out. He starts storming towards Steve and tells him to stay out of his family, since Steve knows nothing about being in one. Steve says he was just stating his opinion. He says he's trying to make up for the past. Mitch asks how Steve is going to make up for the fact that he never visited their mother in the hospital the months before she died. Mitch had to make excuses and Steve let them both down. "Both"? Where's this "Dad" person? Was he not around either? And now that we know Dad is a widower, how come he wasn't invited over for the holidays? The Green Family Manor appears to be made of glass. Steve says he didn't know how to deal with his mother dying. Mitch gives Steve the important advice: "You deal by dealing with it." Everything is just so clear now. The oboe is so sensitive that my television speakers are crying. "You know what one of the last things she ever said to me was? 'Take care of him, Mitch.'" Steve shows oof the way all the Get Real one-episode players can make tears better than any cast member and says, "Why do you need to tell me that? I mean, don't you think I feel guilty enough?" Cameron walks out of the house (where does he think he's going?) and stops when he sees Steve and Mitch fighting. Steve is full of tears and apologies. He says he was in a bad place and that if he could do it over again he'd do the right thing, but he can't: "Believe me I live with that every day." He says he is trying to make it up with Mitch. "I'm sorry," he repeats a few times. Mitch pulls him into a big hug, making the basketball disappear. Cameron goes back into the house. I guess he didn't need to go anywhere after all. Steve keeps showing off his talented tear ducts as Mitch says he's sorry as well.
Episode Report CardPamie: D | 687 USERS: C+
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