A quick cut to Adam demonstrating his model set to Johnny Broadway, Joan, and Friedman. Kudos to the hair people: Adam's hair looks just awesome in this scene. I think the layers on top were cut a little shorter and choppier, and that, combined with the judicious use of whatever product and some skilled styling, has resulted in his hair -- which has often been an iffy proposition -- looking better than I think it ever has throughout the series. He is just so cute here. So. Cute. Rock on, hair people. Also, I'm really impressed that he put this model together basically in one evening. But more with the hair. Anyway, Friedman, about whose hair the less said, the better, wants to know how they fit under the stage to emerge from the graves: "Not that I'm complaining or anything." Adam points out that that part is raised: "Now check out the lighting." All the little graves light up, outlined in tiny blue lights. Johnny Broadway: "I'm getting chills, here." Joan beams. Elizabeth, on stage with the rest of the cast and wearing a giant red skirt that looks like a crinoline, interrupts to ask, "Excuse me, do you think that maybe we could rehearse the show at some point since my aunt is driving in from Indiana " Johnny Broadway replies, "Elizabeth, this isn't about your aunt this is about the process!" He suddenly shouts the last word and bangs the table, causing Joan and Adam to jump. Elizabeth whines, "Well, how come you keep changing the show four days before we open? I mean, this is not how I worked in Godspell." She crosses her arms. Adam tactfully suggests, "You know, I was thinking that Elizabeth would rise up on this moon thing, and she's the queen of the zombie prom, or " Elizabeth agrees: "Okay, well, that needs to happen." Joan makes a bit of an exasperated face that Elizabeth can't see. Johnny Broadway: "You see this, people? Inspiration doesn't follow a schedule." He puts his arm around Adam, who looks uncomfortable. "When it shows up, you better follow it! Otherwise, who are the zombies?" Friedman bellows: "We are!" Everyone looks at him. And proceeds to ignore him. Johnny Broadway tells Adam to find the "tool belt people" and get building. He tells everyone else to get back to rehearsal. Joan leans toward Adam, smiling: "Congratulations." Johnny Broadway leans back in to whisper, "I'm missing a zombie." Joan heads for the stage.
Joan of Arcadia
Episode Report CardDeborah: A- | 571 USERS: B-
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Joan of Arcadia