That cell spot test they had to go through all that paperwork for is a simple injection of something that will react to Kalvin's sarcoidosis and give Kalvin a rash at the injection site. So it's pretty much a glorified TB test. I'm very disappointed. Cameron asks Kalvin about his dad and that apology. Kalvin tells Cameron to try some of his drugs now that the lab is done testing them, apparently hoping that ecstasy will curb some of Cameron's nosiness. "Not really my thing," Cameron says. Kalvin says that if Cameron were to get HIV -- and he really hopes she doesn't except not really seeing as he's saying all this -- it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world for her. You see, Kalvin used to be a "good boy" who always "played by the rules." Now he plays AND parties because he knows that life is too short to make other people happy. And, one would think, to waste it with artificial fun instead of creating something that's naturally fulfilling. "Now I'm happy," Kalvin says, smirking as he lies back in the hospital bed he's in because he might be dying of cancer related to his full-blown AIDS. Now that's happiness.
Episode Report CardSara M: B- | 1027 USERS: B-
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