Ed continues with some exposition, saying that David was very "fond" of Will, who never broke his heart or disappointed him like his "idiot son up in Vermont." Oh, the one who went to the funeral and sat next to his mother, unlike a certain daughter? He seemed fine to me. "Evan's troubled," Will just says. "He's a nut," Ed concludes. Oh, can we watch a show about Evan, then? Vermont is beautiful and Evan sounds much more interesting than Will. With that, Will decides to show Ed his stupid crossword puzzles, because it's not like Ed didn't have some kind of career-ending problem with hidden codes or is still reeling from the news he just heard about his only friend's death or anything like that. This is definitely a convenient time to shove a bunch of crossword puzzles in the guy's face. Ed looks at them briefly, then says, simply, "this is new to me. Sorry." Will says they appeared the day before David's death, and asks if Ed thinks that's a coincidence. Ed decides he's had enough of this boring man and his Lindsey Buckingham white guy fro (the 80s version), and tells him to leave because he's "very tired." I think most people feel that way around Will.
Episode Report CardSara M: B- | 1708 USERS: B-
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