A man in orange clicks into a microphone. "That was a water sprinkler," he explains, then proceeds to imitate a sprinkler at Charlton Heston's house -- a gag that involves interspersing regular clicking noises with machine-gun noises. It's so true, too. This man says what we're all thinking. Senior Shag proclaims this comic "the real deal." Under the table, Amanda rubs Ron's leg flirtatiously. He winces and stares at the tablecloth. Shaggy clears his throat and announces that he needs to go backstage and wish luck to his friends, who are about to perform. "Billy Elliot," he whispers to Ron. Amanda attempts more footsie. Ron jumps and starts blathering about how brilliant the sprinkler comic is. Undeterred, Amanda slides down in her seat to have another go at erotic foot flirting, but ends up kicking Senior Shag instead and knocking off his prosthetic leg. I guess that counts as a foot orgasm. She is totally horrified, but Senior Shag takes it all in stride -- heh -- and gets up to reattach his limb with Ma Shag. But they don't show how he got out of the room. I assume he hopped. Amanda, fully recovered, whispers for Ron to meet her outside in three minutes. He hedges. He's still nervous. His right hand has never complained before, but he's still convinced he's a bad lay. After Amanda offers a flimsy excuse about a bathroom break, Ron leans over to Heath and whispers that they need to talk.
Episode Report CardHeathen: B | 1099 USERS: B-
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