You may have already heard, but Titans has been canceled. Why am I even bothering to write this recap, you may ask? It's all about respect and completing the job I was assigned to do. That and the Benjamins, of course.
We start off with a course refresher on the show to bring the three new viewers this week up to speed.
We're at the same hospital where Richard was taken after his heart attack. Once again, Chandler storms in, this time looking for Heather. The orderly is being a dick about the whole situation and informs him that nobody goes through "those" doors "unless they have a medical condition or they're dead." What if one's facial expressions or acting ability was considered dead, or at least palliative? Chandler points to his dad's name on the plaque for the Williams Cardiac Wing. Oh. Well, in that case, go through those doors and hang a left. Chandler finds Heather fixated on the monitor to her left -- a monitor that used to show two heartbeats but now only shows one. Chandler demands to know what happened. As Heather explains that the miscarriage is probably best for the whole family, Casper Van Dien works on the slow burn he's been practicing all week in class. Think of all the parts you were rejected for. Show us the anger. No, Casper, that's confusion...um, now you're doing pouty...back to confusion again. Anger, Casper, anger! Oops -- too much. Chandler starts to rough Heather up in the hospital bed. He releases her and stares at her. "Stop looking at me," she demands, and then breaks down in sobs.
One thing I won't miss about this show is the lame theme song. It's hella weak. They should have stuck with the Sneaker Pimps.
David's apartment. Jenny sneaks around the room, trying not to wake the crocodile hunter. She grabs her purse and steps into the bathroom. She opens up a vial and pulls out some white powder. Just in case Joe Lieberman is watching, the actual snorting of said coke is done off-screen. Let's see, we've had Jenny do booze, pills, and coke. I hope the prop department can get their hands on a syringe or two and some surgical tubing for next week. Laurie arrives, and Jenny emerges, flying high and cracking wise. Laurie's surprised that she can be so chipper after falling off the wagon last night. Or as she puts it, "plummeting from space." Is she going to rehab or what? Forget it -- it's history -- Jenny's on top of it. Besides, she's got to change for Chandler's birthday breakfast. Laurie must have done a wake-up line herself as she's ready to believe that Jenny really is okay.