Summer's fake letter to Taylor Townsend quotes the season finale of The Valley. Way to use the one TV show with dialogue even less realistic than this one, Summer. Will the "P.S." feature some lines from 7th Heaven? Summer asks Seth to proofread it for her, and he says he'll have to do it fast, since Ryan is well on his way to becoming the Gorton's Fisherman. "Huh," says Summer, not getting the reference, which is odd, since I would have bet her skull was filled with fish sticks in lieu of brains. Seth explains, being careful not to use any words with more than two syllables, that Sandy is letting Ryan go fishing as part of his "Jedi mind-meld" reverse psychology technique. Come on, Seth! Any dork worth his Warcraft figurines knows that "Jedi" is from Star Wars, while "mind-meld" is a Star Trek term. You can't just combine two completely different fake space worlds like that! Summer points out that Sandy's method worked on Seth, but that was because he's "spineless and weak." What a loving and supportive couple these two are! Seth doesn't think Ryan will fall for Sandy's trick, so he's throwing in his lot with Summer's stupid plan, and has purchased a Sidekick to that end. He tells Summer to text Taylor Townsend an invitation to the historically scandalous Mermaid Inn and hope that Taylor doesn't notice that the invitation is coming from Summer and not from Dean Evil. Seth hints that if they have some "free time," they could actually act like a couple. Summer frowns and wrinkles her nose at the idea.
Episode Report CardSara M: B | 490 USERS: C+
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