Nighttime. What, did Clark drive to Missouri? Clark gets out of a truck, presumably arriving at Kyle "Boo" Radley's house. A trashcan sitting outside a trailer has a strange affinity for Clark's inner desires. Because it's flaming. Clark walks up to the trailer door and knocks. We see there are sculptures in the yard, but we can't tell if they're bad or not. We see the creepy woodsman point-of-view camera angles again, this time behind Clark and one of the big sculptures. Clark knocks again. He turns around and almost kisses Kyle Radley on the mouth as he suddenly appears behind him. "How'd you do that?" Clark says. Um, Clark? I think he was already outside. "Magic," Kyle whispers, and with his wide, wily eyes on an intrigued Clark, he somehow unexpectedly walks away with the Gayest Look of the Episode Award. "Haven't you heard of Crazy Kyle who lives in the woods by himself?" Kyle says, his eyes darting and dancing, extending the Look until it's nearly unbearable. He refers to himself as somewhere between Bigfoot and the Blair Witch. Clark tries to offer a hand to introduce himself, but Kyle already knows who he is. He reads The Advocate. Clark asks how he knows him. "I live in a trailer, not a cave," Kyle says. How anti-Taliban of him. Clark wants to know what happened with the Lana/horse incident. And not the one on the internet. Kyle Radley says she was thrown off her horse and he was just trying to help. He also says that if he wanted to explain himself all the time, he'd get a job. That line almost makes some sort of sense. As Kyle moves to the door to go inside, Clark asks why he's so unfriendly. The man says he's not interested in friends. Or Frasier and Just Shoot Me for that matter. Clark whips out his Bag O' Many Platitudes (a Christmas gift from Bo) and says everyone needs a friend. Kyle says you don't because they always betray you in the end. Are we sure Kyle Radley isn't M.C. Hammer in disguise? Kyle goes inside.
Episode Report CardOmar G: B | 1271 USERS: B-
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