...The April Rhodes Civic Pavilion, where it finds Idiot Rachel nervously awaiting the arrival of Frankenteen and once he lumbers onto the stage, they hug and make up. As we all knew they would, even though none of us particularly cared to witness it. And the only important bit of the incessant relationship-related blathering that follows is this: Frankenteen took one of those online occupation quizzes and it told him to take a serious look at competitive eating. Hee. Oh, and Idiot Rachel vows to bury her lifelong dream of Broadway stardom in favor of following her stupid useless loser boyfriend around until he figures out what he wants to be when he grows up, because Idiot Rachel is a fucking moron. But I'm going to pretend I didn't hear that last bit, because if I take time to process it fully, it'll likely send me into screaming rage from which I'll not soon recover and I'm on a deadline here. So, long story short, Idiot Rachel sits her stupid useless loser boyfriend down on a stool and, with some helpful backing vocals from the usually-mute members of The McKinley High Jazz Ensemble, she proceeds to treat Frankenteen to her version of The Bee Gees' "How Deep Is Your Love." It's as hateful as it sounds, made more so by the fact that they intercut the performance with snippets of a happy-faced Frankenteen chatting with Mr. Schue and Miss Pillsbury over in the guidance counselor's office, which makes me dread the scene to follow. And sure enough, once Idiot Rachel's done with her indifferent interpretation of the song, we head on over to watch as...
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