Later, somewhere (thanks, Non-Hip, Non-Squiggly Font. Not), Scully examines Creepy Billy, as Doggett stares at them blankly. Oh, there it is; this is the Dexter Community Hospital. It's 11:02 AM. Good to know. Moving on. Doggett and the Dexter Sheriff play a spirited round of Exposit This!, revealing that Billy isn't speaking to anyone; not mom, not dad, not Younger but Actually Older brother Josh. ["This premise was a lot more entertaining when it was called Flight of the Navigator. Back then, Sarah Jessica Parker was in it!" -- Wing Chun] Dexter Sheriff looks grumpy and further exposits that he took Billy's fingerprints and "it's him. Boy should be a teenager by now. But look at him." Doggett monotones that he can't explain the Miraculous Non-Aging Boy, because, you know, sometimes things happen that can not be explained, Jiminy Christmas, people, we. Get. It. He states (blankly, of course, but I'm beginning to feel like I no longer need to mention that) that he's simply here to find out who the kidnapper is. The sheriff tells Doggett that no one knows how or when the kid showed up at school. It was like he reappeared out of thin air. Got it. Thank you. By the way, anyone want to count the number of times we've had a sheriff appear in an episode this season? I think we're 3-5. I swear, this show has deteriorated into fodder for drinking games; when local law enforcement appears, for example, take a drink. When local law enforcement acts particularly numbnutty, pound it. Not that I advocate drinking to excess. Or that I would ever indulge in such games myself. I'm just sayin'.
Episode Report CardJessica: B- | 407 USERS: C+
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