Kevin's out in the garage sanding the hull of The Boat. The Boat! I imagine this boat might take the life of the series to build. Will comes into the garage and attempts to start a conversation by saying he thought he saw a light on. Kevin keeps sanding and says nothing. Will: "Luke said you went out." Kevin: "I did. I just didn't get very far." Will says he probably should have handled things differently today. Kevin: "Yeah, you made your point. I ruined two people's lives. Case closed." He wheels over to the workbench to get a screwdriver, but it's just a little bit out of his reach. There's really no good reason for those screwdriver holders to be placed so high on the pegboard; there's as least a foot of open space below them where they could be relocated and be more accessible to him. Will gets the screwdriver for him and says it's not that simple, and that that's the whole point: "Think about the way people look at you on the street. I see it. They make a decision about your life. Is that fair? They don't know who you are, what you're capable of, what you mean to people." Kevin doesn't say anything as he struggles to tighten a screw, and Will starts to walk away, figuring this isn't going anywhere. Kevin suddenly asks him to take a look at the joint he's working on. Will looks at it and says it needs sanding. As he grabs some sandpaper, he asks Kevin when he thinks they'll get it into the water. Kevin: "Hull's been here too long. It's getting all warped." Will: "Ah, I wouldn't give up on it just yet." They work on it together in silence.
Joan of Arcadia
Episode Report CardDeborah: A | 429 USERS: C+
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Joan of Arcadia