JD tells us that Olive, having been detained by her own angry thoughts for long enough, decides to escape the Pie Hole to the new candy shop across the street. "Welcome," says the Some Guy from earlier in the day. "Bitter much?" Interesting sales technique. Apparently, the candies from Balsam's Bittersweets taste all the sweeter if you're pissed off and hate everybody. Olive shares that she has a few things to be bitter about, yes, and Some Guy introduces himself. He's Billy Balsam, co-owner of the store. Chuck arrives, bearing a welcoming pie. "You're so sweet," Olive tells her. "Seriously, you could get a cavity standing next to this girl." For real, why don't Olive and Chuck just hook up and be done with Ned's bullshit? Maybe I have been watching too much Torchwood [insert the nerdtastic squee of TWoP's Doctor Who legions], but I feel like once you've faced death and been reborn, a little broadening of the sexual landscape should not be out of the question, right? What have you got to lose? You're never going to die (unless you literally bump into your boyfriend), so you might as well live it up a little.
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: A- | 1489 USERS: B
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