Teleportation. Will is walking through the empty dorm hallway. He does that creepy walk like a villain from a 1930s silent film. You can almost hear the "duh-duh-duh-dih-duh-duh-da-duh-duh." He walks over to some double doors and tries the knob. They are locked. Check this: He pulls out his student ID and slides the lock open. Whatever, Poirot. "Life is weird," MacGyver says again before he enters the room. He slowly shuts the door and grimaces when it makes a clicking sound. But him talking out loud in the hallway wasn't suspicious? Inside the darkened room, Will picks up the video camera. He tries to get the tape out, but since he's from 1958, he doesn't know how to work these new-fangled machines. He rushes out the door with the camera in his hand, completely giving up on being quiet now that he's holding stolen property. "Hey!" Cue MamaVerve. She asks what he's holding. He stammers that it's not what it looks like. He tries to tell her that there's something on the tape. "Gimme the camera, Will." She tells him that she's going to have to tell the dean on him for this. She calls him "the dean" instead of her "husband." She tells him that this could mean expulsion. She walks off as Will looks pained.
The drive-in is showing Bell, Book and Candle and Ray of Justice, for those of you keeping score at home. What is it with this town? What year is it? IMDb describes Bell, Book and Candle thus: "A modern-day witch likes her neighbor but despises his fiancée, so she enchants him to love her instead...only to fall in love with him for real." Oh, if only the double-lives plotlines in this show were as entertaining. I'd give anything to have a witch on this show. Wait a minute, there's always Bella. "It's weird, huh?" she asks Sean in the front seat of her Jeep. I would really like to be as poor as Bella someday. "Everything old becomes hip. I mean, this place has been packed since it became a revival house." Hold up. Verve said not ten minutes ago that this was the opening night of the drive-in. Hire a continuity person and let them rewrite the script, please. All of it. And give me a new show. Sean moves over to Bella and says, "I know something old I'd like to see here." What? Why is Bella laughing at that? That means nothing! Then she realizes that he didn't say anything funny and asks, "Yeah, what's that?" "Bench seating," he says to her.