Episode Report Card
Deborah: B+ | 348 USERS: C+
My Sister's Keeper

Kevin's outside the bathroom door, hollering, "Okay, Joan, here's the thing: it's the face you were born with. There's only so much you can do!" He asks Luke, who's waiting in line behind him, to tell her about the law of diminishing returns. Luke, who's busy with some flash cards, informs Kevin that it's actually an economic principle, not a law. Kevin claps Luke on the arm to prompt him, and Luke continues, "Which states that if one factor if one factor of production is increased while others remain constant, the overall returns will relatively decrease or diminish. Thus, the term." Inside the bathroom, we see Helen sitting on the toilet (oh, the lid's down, grow up), holding a pregnancy test and checking her watch. She's wearing a little cotton nightie and a plaid pyjama top and some weird little...boots? Don't ask me. Back in the hall, Kevin says he wanted Luke to get Joan out of the bathroom: "Not bore her into a coma." Back inside, Helen looks at the result, and exhales sharply when she sees that it's positive. Yikes. In the hall, Kevin inquires about Luke's flash cards. Luke explains that they're polynomial cards for the TriMathlon: "Calculus, trigonometry...and the real bad boy, probability theorem." Kevin yells again at Joan through the door that he's going to be late. Surely they have more than one bathroom in this house? Joan walks out of her bedroom, wondering why he's yelling at her. Kevin, puzzled, starts knocking and asking who's in the bathroom. Inside, Helen is hiding the pregnancy test under some Kleenex in the wastebasket. Yeah, in the history of television...that has never, ever worked. There has never been a home pregnancy test taken and not discovered. It's a law. If you really don't want someone to discover your pregnancy test -- especially if you live with four other people -- you go to greater lengths than tucking it under some tissue and dental floss.

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