Jim: Where is she?
Katie: I don't know. She should be here right now. Recapper, where are you?
Stephanie: Let me take a look. ZOOOoooooooooop. I'm back. She was just sitting at her desk, not typing.
Recapper: Sorry, everyone. I'm a little... stuck.
Jim: Why are you stuck?
Recapper: Well, I... uh.
Daphne: She's stuck because she liked this episode.
JJ: Against these astonishing odds?
Recapper: Yeah, I did. I saw metaphor and I liked it. I saw Xena, Six and Jesse, and I liked them. Punny character names. I liked it a lot.
Darla: I remember Jesse. He was delicious.
Recapper: Oh, that's right. You two go way back, but you have to be Stephanie, now.
Darla: Damn it. Fine.
Stephanie: You happy now?
Recapper: Yes. Who wants to start off.
Katie: I've got it. What with Joshua and I breaking up and everything, I do better if I keep busy, which, coincidentally, is how we open the episode. It's Game Night at the Powell Pad, and even though I'm smarter than everyone in the room...
Katie: Fine. Even though I'm smarter than almost everyone in the room, I am completely clueless to the fact that these people aren't enjoying Game Night. Why aren't you enjoying Game Night?
Jim: Because it's a Pity Game Night. Oh, there's my phone. Bless your timing, George. Yes. Someone's stealing a basket full of cough syrup? Clearly this is a job for a superhero. How do you do that eye-roll emoticon?
Recapper: Usually, I do @_@, but some of my friends do @@. Take your pick.
Jim: I like the version with the underscore. So yeah, cough syrup robbery in progress? Of course the cops can't handle something that dangerous. @_@. Up, up and away!
Recapper: Jim blocks the road with his very own person. The thief, whose name is Jonah Stevens, crashes his car into Jim and wrecks it. Jim punches through his windshield and knocks him out before the cops arrive on the scene. Stevens is not the kind of guy who looks like he'd be stealing cough syrup to cook up some crystal meth. And oh my word, speaking of meth, did you see Winter's Bone? I watched it over the weekend. I can't think about it too much or I start quoting Ecclesiastes What a bleak, bleak film.