Rodney's Room Of Prevalent Pain Due To Pugsley's Petulance. He wants to be released now that there's proof Nancy is alive. Rebecca explains that that's not possible. Rodney snarks something about how he "never went to no law school," but he thought that kidnapping would be a "lesser included" charge and double jeopardy would apply. Damn you, Ashley Judd, for making that term a part of the entertainment world's lexicon. Rebecca says exhaustedly, "The kidnapping is ongoing, Rodney. They can file for as long as you have her." He throws his arms in the air and exclaims, "I don't have her!" Then who does? He doesn't know. Maybe it was the guy with the hammer. See, "the other man" strikes again. I can't believe that DEK is repeating himself within three episodes of the damn show. Does he not think anyone will notice that the same excuses are being used over and over and over again? Does he think that by putting the words into the mouths of different actors, that makes the idea somehow original? Where am I? In Hell, where "in perpetuity" means never hearing an original piece of dialogue again? Ah, thanks, Anvil. This cold cloth is just what I need. I'm starting to see and hear things that might make me want to pull out all my hair and bash my teeth with a hammer just so that it stops. Right. The scene. It's still going on despite my ranting and raving. Rebecca tells him he's facing life -- that Nancy is his ticket out -- and if he can help them, he might not spend the rest of his life in jail. Rodney snarks, "Oh, gee, and you've been so encouraging up until now. You listen to me. It's time for you to get on my side." Rebecca snaps, "Fire me anytime." Rodney ignores her and says, "This is the deal. I walk, free and clear, and help with that girl." Rebecca announces, "They're not going to let you out." Rodney blathers on about how he can survive prison, but where Nancy Connell is, well, she might not be able to live so well after all.
Episode Report CardRagdoll: F | 1076 USERS: C+
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