"Okay, you can open your eyes." Verve removes his hand from his face and stares. We pan up on Terri in a dress. I must say that I'm now completely used to her dressing as a boy, and I find her quite attractive in her boy clothes. I sorta think of her now as a girl that wants to be a boy, so when I see her all girled out here, it reminds me of Chloe Sevigny in If These Walls Could Talk: 2 and I really want Michelle Williams to bust in and say that it's all wrong to make her wear this dress because this isn't who she is. This is, however, the WB, and they want to remind us that it's okay if Verve and Terri kiss because they're of different sexes. I mean, it's not like they're related or anything. Wait. Whoops. Scratch that. Terri has her hair all flattened down on her head, and she looks like she's wearing one of those Lego wigs that you put on your Lego guy if they aren't wearing a Lego hat. "What?" she asks, but she does it with this strange accent that she sometimes has like she's British. Also it's important to note that the Sean Young voice wasn't Terri pretending to be a boy. That's her voice. She's got a deep voice. I would have thought that was part of the act. I'm always wrong, aren't I? Verve is pleasantly surprised to see Terri in a dress. "Wow." "Really?" Terri asks, amazed, because she, like us, assumed that Verve would only be attracted to her if she was a boy. Verve says that, last week, the only time he thought he'd see Terri in a dress was at the "Gay Pride parade." It does kind of look like Terri is now in drag. I'm that used to her being a boy. She touches her breasts a few times in the mirror and says, "Yeah, well, my mom likes me in pastels." She turns and this piano music starts up, so we have to pay attention to the following monologue. She says that she had a dress like that when she was six and she couldn't wait to show her mom what she looked like in it, but her mom went away to do Cats and by the time she came back, Terri had outgrown the dress. "Yeah, sweet story," Verve dismisses. He gives her the "come 'ere" finger and then says, "Come here," as he walks over to her and kisses her. We watch them kiss in the mirror.
Episode Report CardPamie: D | 439 USERS: C+
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