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Meanwhile, Charlie is trying to move out of the path of the rusty nail dart. Of course, the chair she is tied to is bolted to the floor. In the nick of time, Charlie managed to wriggle just out of the path of the flying nail.
Nate and Miles get back to The Dr. Mom situation, and Charlie goes right to Dr. Mom. Dr. Mom thanks Charlie for saving her… she is saying goodbye. Charlie tells her not to say her goodbyes. Dr. Mom explains that she has lost too much blood.
Aaron says “I did everything you said.”
Dr. Mom says “I’d like my phone.” Aaron goes into her pack and pulls out the phone and a copy of L. Frank Baum’s “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”
Dr. Mom flashes back to her reading to her kids. She reads to them about Dorothy clicking her heels together three times so she can go home to Aunt Em.
Dr. Mom slips away. She is out of business.
And they have just killed off the one character who had the potential to be the heart of this story, and whose, potential, reunion with her children could have been a series making moment. Screw you, writers. Thanks for jumping the freaking shark in EPISODE FOUR!!! Jerks. BIG JERKS.
Charlie begs Dr. Mom not to leave her. “Everybody leaves me, please don’t leave me.” Suddenly the Grinch’s heart grows three sizes, and he wraps his arms around his niece and tells her “I’m not going anywhere. I’m not going to leave.”
Back at Camp Monroe- he is back to badger Rachel. “You are back for more?” Rachel asks.
Monroe taunts Rach “What kind of mother are you? You left your children alone with Ben and didn’t even hesitate. Are you too cold to feel anything? Your son is going to be here realllll soon. Let’s see how tough you are when we start yanking out his molars. Or maybe you don’t care about your kids. We’ll find out soon enough.”
Dear General Monroe,
I’d like to make a request, if I may… Can you please skip the molars and start with Danny’s voicebox? Thanks.
Stay Evil. Love you.
FFN! (Final Flashback of the Night) We see Rachel, again, saying goodbye to her kids. We were lead to believe she walked away stoically. This time we see her face. It is destroying her to leave her family.