Jim: On purpose? Should I go beat up this person?
Daphne: No, dad. Two of her friends were arguing over who owned the pencil and our Recapper had the misfortune to be standing behind the girl who won. There was no malice aforethought. It's just that now our Recapper has EYE ISSUES.
Jim: I'll say. How are we going to finish this?
King: Well, I'd like to handle my dramatic and grotesque death, if that's okay with you, Steph?
Stephanie: Fine, just get to the point, all right.
King: Why don't you love me? Anyhow, the needle pierces my eye. The antidote gets right to work, even though usually someone has to press on the plunger in order for a hypodermic needle to inject medicine into a person. Just sayin'...
Detail Devil: Muahahahahahahaha.
King: Anyhow, the antidote kicks right in and decades worth of cancer growth happens in an instant. The cancer takes me over all at once, 'til I'm nothing but a shriveled corpse -- like mummy-shriveled, with bonus surface tumors.
Katie: Meanwhile, George has already warned me that I'm with Charlotte-Joshua, not real Joshua. I try to make up an excuse to get out of the house, and Charlotte-Joshua comes up with just as many reasons for me not to leave the house. Finally, I cut through the bullshit. I know she's not Joshua.
Charlotte: So I morph back to my usual, gorgeous redheaded self, although I'm a bit blonder on this show, yeah?
Recapper: [Remains unconscious.]
Big Comfy Rock: Stands guard.
Charlotte: Whatever. So then I take on Katie, which really isn't much of a trick. When I knock her down, she goes into labor.
Joshua: Luckily, I'm here to save the day. And really, I don't have to do much but snarl at and reject Charlotte before she gives up and leaves.
George: I'm lurking outside and decide to follow her. I end up at Xena's Convict-HQ. I hide out and watch as Xena loads Charlotte and all the criminals on this plane. But then I'm caught. I tell the guard I'm the A.D.A, but he doesn't believe me. He knocks me out with the butt of his rifle and loads me on the plane.
Katie: Meanwhile, I've given birth, but the baby is dead. Joshua covers his face and I cry as he holds me and tries to console me.
Joshua: But then there's this weird light emanating from under his blanket, so I lift it up, and the baby is alive.