Oh, all right. Laurie's going to reveal her colour scheme. You'd really rather hear about this than Kiefer Sutherland? No, me neither, but I have a job to do. And it's not Gustave's. Laurie performs a "magic trick" and, having balled up a piece of fabric in her palms, tosses it in the air where it lands in front of her team with a resounding "whatever." They say they like it. Gerald doesn't think John will. Ann assures Laurie that John will like it. It's a square of soft yellow fabric with a pattern of randomly placed squarish shapes of a brownish orange and sagey green. It's got that retro vibe going on that Laurie loves. I've never seen anyone ferret out so many different fabrics incorporating yellow/orange/green/brown in my life. I would have thought she's used every last one ever woven by now. She must have a time machine. Honestly, I like Laurie's work, for the most part, I like Laurie, and I generally like those colours -- especially the greens (my living room furniture, one bathroom, one hallway, and Frink's office are all various shades of light olive-y or grey-greens) but give it a rest, already. The people who don't like that colour range are going insane and those of us who do are getting pretty tired of it. Laurie says she knows that John and Veronica love earth tones, but that she's trying to bring some colour into the room. She claims they're going to make it really tone-on-tone so it will appear neutral. Hmm. We'll see about that.
Episode Report CardDeborah: A | 317 USERS: C+
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