Over in the children's center, Jason wails that he's worried about his relationship to anyone who will listen, including a few innocent youngsters passing by just in time to hear the sentiment, "Where's Timber? She's recovering" and "When you haven't seen your lover for a month, you've got to get used to them again, y'know?" Have I incredulously screamed "oh, come on" yet? Oh, twice, you say? Yeah, well. Back in the firehouse, Timber is actually in the process of combing the phone bill, looking for who else Jason has called besides her since he's been in Boston. Jason voice-overs that he hates jealousy because "it makes you completely irrational." Yes, poor Timber, acting out solely on the basis that you've just shared with a national audience that you have never been faithful to any (note the all-encompassing nature of the word "any") of your girlfriends, ever (note the all-encompassing nature of... oh, never mind). And while I will admit that Timber seems to have just flown in from a little south of sanity, I will say that I can rationalize every one of her psychotic actions (until the chalk incident, but let's just pretend that we don't know anything about that yet, okay?) because of how badly she wants to please him. It's pathetic and sad, yes. But it's still all his fault, because he's been on my TV longer and the animosity has therefore expanded exponentially . Cut to them in a bar, where Timber begins to cry because she feels she's being mistreated. Jason storms out and she follows, and he calls her at least four words worthy of a bleeping. Ah, young love.
Episode Report CardDjb: C- | 591 USERS: B-
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