So RandomInstructor tells the kids that whoever wins "Top Gun" can give it away, but then they won't get to experience the flight themselves. They all talk, and Laterrian floats that he thinks whoever wins should give the "Super Top Gun" flight to Holly. Now it's "Super Top Gun"? I didn't realize they had enough miles for an upgrade. On the tarmac, RandomInstructor brings up the fact that only one person, then, would not get to fly at all (aside from Theo, I guess, who smartly doesn't count as a person in R.I.'s mind). Laterrian says, "I'll be that person." Holly, in a little B/M box, then talks to the camera about the fact that Msaada and Kathryn are going to hand over their flight to her if they win. New box: "But I'm not thinking about it too hard because James isn't willing to do that. And, uh, if he wins basically I'm [beep] out of luck." In the quiz room, Graham starts his speech: "You know, until recently, we whites had control of South Africa. Apartheid was in place, and everything was the way it should be. Now...Oh. Oops. Wrong speech. Heh." He says that the "big moment" has come and that it was very hard to decide. James tells the camera that although Holly wants to go, she wasn't in the competition, and "fair play's fair play." Also, a dumb frat boy is a dumb frat boy. He adds, butchering yet another saying, "Only the best will survive." Shot around the table. James stares. Theo scratches. Holly eats. Damn, she's like one of them Richard Simmons trapped-in-bed-people, the way she eats...only thin. Kathryn winks at RandomInstructor. Cut. Commercial. When I find myself enjoying the commercials more than the show, I realize that, not only is it a bad show in general, but this is a particularly boring episode. Quizzes. Low-level complaining. Four-second jet flights. Man, bring back the babysitting or something. Jeez.
Episode Report Card421 USERS: C+
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