Syrus, Montana, and Elka are in the general area of the children, if not watching them per se, when they spot the ski lift carrying Sean and Jason floating by. They laugh at the child neglect of it all. And while the director had a moment to hammer home the theme of group fracture, The Post-Grunge Wailing of the Dispossessed Lesbian wails on the soundtrack as Genesis skis, skis, skis, all alone. Sniff. Elka voice-overs, "Genesis didn't even hang out with us as a group." Genesis counters in voice-over form, and more power to her, "I've had a lot of things going through my mind lately, that I needed to get away from the house, that I needed to get away from the roommates." Word. Back at the training area, Poor, Poor Anthony comes to the slow realization that two of his volunteers have pretty much un-volunteered, as he asks where they are and another CCC employee -- and one who clearly hates all of these people a lot ["but surely by no means the only one" -- Wing Chun] -- chimes in, "Jason and Sean are skiing. They just went away." Poor, Poor Anthony surveys the rest of the members of the house, asking them if Sean and Jason told anyone they were taking off. Nope. Anthony's jaw drops: "They just went off?" Cut to Sean and Jason skiing off down a mountain alone because we get it, thanks, as Anthony expresses shock. Well, if he wanted so badly for them to stick around, perhaps he could have clearly elucidated his need for the chaperones to stay with the children in the language indigenous to the Sovereign Nation of Assholia, in which Sean and Jason have clearly garnered their unwavering sense of responsibility.
Episode Report CardDjb: C- | 271 USERS: C+
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