Real-world Cohen kitchen: Seth is telling Sandy how Taylor and Ryan are in an alternate universe. The dialogue in this scene is great, but I am confused about the point of having this scene. If anything, it sets up a weird Seth/Taylor parallel that is wrong, because the last thing you want is to imply that Ryan is dating the girl version of Seth, even if that's exactly what's going on. I don't know. Seth reminds his dad about how Dorothy had to go see the Wizard, and just like she did, Ryan and Taylor have to accomplish something before they can wake up. Anvils fall from the sky and into the pool and endanger the ham. Seth posits that they could be in something like our world, only messed up, or possibly in a world ruled by giant vegetables, and they have to topple the vegetable despot before they can come home. That was adorable! Sandy shakes his head at Seth and says he had him right up until the vegetables. The vegetables were the best part! "It makes perfect sense," Seth grins wonderfully. The phone rings; it's Kirsten and she's got a theory about why Ryan hasn't woken up. She thinks it's something to do with the Mysterious Letter.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: A | 1584 USERS: B-
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