Friedman's walking through the hall, followed by Luke and Glynis. Luke tells him, "Glynis and I are going to a Chekhov-Sulu Star Trek spectacular Saturday night." Frink, the big geek, perks up at this mention: "Cool." Me: "It's so not." Glynis says, "George Takei in the house!" She asks Friedman if he wants to join them. Friedman does not. Luke: "What's up, Aulander?" Or possibly "Owlander," as the closed captioning has it. Some viewers thought they heard "Outlander," but I don't hear a T in there anywhere. Maybe Friedman is the guy's first name, after all. And maybe his last name is Aulander, or Owlander, or whatever. Luke complains that Friedman never wants to do anything anymore: "You have a new friend base?" Opening his locker, Friedman says, "One: Brittany." Luke: "A girlfriend?" Glynis: "Deets. Give us the deets." "Deets"? No. Just no. Friedman claims to have walked into the wrong changing room at Old Navy: "She's a junior at Stratton Academy. It's all girls. Catholic, pleated skirts, knee-highs, lots of plaid." Shut it, Friedman. Glynis looks slightly anxious. Friedman: "The whole manger." The whole what? Manger? I have to say, I've never heard that expression. Luke's mouth is hanging open slightly, and Glynis nudges him sharply. Please, Glynis. Surely you're smart enough to recognize an imaginary girlfriend when a doofus makes one up. Luke tells him to bring her along on Saturday. Friedman says he'll ask her, as he flexes his right hand sort of uncomfortably. Luke asks what's wrong with his hand. Friedman glances at Glynis and says quietly to Luke, "When we're not in mixed company, dude." Oh, good Lord. If I'm going to have to hear about that sort of carpal tunnel injury from Friedman, I want a raise. Luke's expression is a mixture of curiosity and disbelief and Glynis nudges him sharply again. Yeah, don't marry that one, Luke.
Joan of Arcadia
Episode Report CardDeborah: A- | 351 USERS: C+
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Joan of Arcadia