Sean returns, and she tells him what's up, and promises to come back super fast. I don't want to see Andrea weak, because it's not fun to see, because it's the opposite of how she is: veganism and yoga are sometimes, I think, symptoms of having a face-off with your body, which when you live in your head like Andrea, generally means that your body will swing around on you with some really fucked up shit, because your body doesn't like being ignored or controlled like that. Control freakism is a good way to get your immune system to turn on you, for example. I don't know, I feel like I'm taking analytic liberties at this point and getting weird, but it's like, I really do feel like I get Andrea, more than anybody I've seen on this show, more than people I like more even, and this little scene is pushing like every button I have. Ugh, being weak on camera, being caught off-guard and not knowing what's going on. On camera. Can you imagine? My favorite thing about Andrea was how she could take a punch and freak out for three seconds, and then solve it. Adrenaline/control. It's the reason neither of us can fucking stand the sight of Brent: he's too chaotic. On like every possible level. But when the Ebola or whatever strikes, you can't do that, and since it's like her only strategy, that's fucking terrifying. I live in constant fear of injury, even more than illness, because I barely feel any control over my stuff when it's in working order. Actually, you know what? I think I actually predicted that her body was going to turn on her in a prior recap. Sorry I gave you Ebola with my words, Andrea! I love you! I love you so much you made me like Tarek! Via the transitive property! Please do not give him Ebola via the transitive property!
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: A- | 629 USERS: B-
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