Physics class. Lischak's cut her hair! Like, short. It's almost elfin. And it's one colour now, and that colour is platinum blonde. Frink: "The longer hair was better." She wanders around the class playing with one of those science-y gadgets that I can't remember the name or purpose of. This is the part where I make a little note in the recap to ask Frink when he gets home what the hell it is, and highlight it in some lurid colour so I won't forget and leave it in there as a little landmine for my esteemed editor. You know, just in case you were burning with the desire for some insight into my "process." Anyway, it turns out he doesn't know the name for it, but reminds me that it's some wheel on a metal track. It's got a magnetic axle that allows it to roll around this track in a mildly entertaining fashion. It's probably demonstrating some scientific principle, but God, I lost interest somewhere around "landmine," so whatever. Lischak rambles around the room telling them how easy some question should have been for them, calling them her "little brainiacs" and rolling the R like crazy. Friedman looks distressed and tells Luke and Glynis: "First Judith, now Stevie. I just need to know if it's significant that every girl I kiss either dies or turns out to have been kidnapped at birth." As I recall they kissed you. For reasons surpassing my understanding. But hey, at least we know Judith's death is all about him. Good thing the writers haven't squandered all the emotion developed around that storyline just so that Friedman can make this self-pitying comment. Because that would suck, right? Luke: "I'll concede it's an unfortunate string of events." Friedman: "How's a person supposed to get past something like this?" I dunno going on constant unexplained cruises?
Joan of Arcadia
Episode Report CardDeborah: B- | 1259 USERS: B-
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Joan of Arcadia