Queens. Betty sashays down the street, looking very self-satisfied and rather adorable in costume as a purple and orange butterfly, complete with wings and googly antennae. Her hair is also looking marginally better. We'll get her made over in no time, just watch. She's minding her own business when a large butterfly net comes down over her head: it's Walter, in costume as a...I almost said "bee keeper," but I guess he's a "butterfly collector." Nice way to illustrate Walter's tendency to be a bit controlling. Betty looks 90% annoyed and 10% pleased by the attention. Walter hands her a big plastic jack-o'-lantern full of candy, and tells her there's a surprise for her at the bottom, but she needs to eat her way down to it. "No cheating." Butterfly Catcher, heal thyself. Betty agrees, and reminds him that she has to go to work. "Miss you!" Walter chirps. Betty sort of just smiles and starts to go. He nets her and tells her she didn't say she would miss him. Betty assures him that she will, sounding mildly annoyed. Replace those actors with Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott and you've got the opening scene of a Lifetime Movie that ends with Betty killing Walter after he inflicts two hours of creepy, insect-related spousal abuse on her.
Episode Report CardJessica: B+ | 543 USERS: C+
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