Call the Whaaaaaambulance
We are coming into the home stretch, folks, I think there are only 5 episodes left… and then I’ll be back to the ridiculousness that is Revolution. I’m going to put it out there up-front, this is the dumbest episode ever. The only storyline with any substance / intelligence is the Walt /Donna portion.
Let’s get down to business. We join Carrie at Interview Magazine- she is happy, carefree and smiling…so we know it’s a dream. Also, the picture has blurry white edges so that’s TV for dreaming.
I dream of that guy in the turban too
Of course, the alarm wakes her… at 7am. When I was in High School, in Connecticut, my first class started at 7:45am… and I just looked on my high school web sit- now classes start at 7:15am and the first lunch periods run from 9:45 – 11:51. So the last kids is done with lunch before most normal people START lunch. And we wonder why the youth of today is jacked up.
Oh wait, where were we? Oh right- Carrie dreaming about the life she USED to have before Dad flipped his rug. So instead Carrie tries to focus on the parts of her life that are bearable: her relationship with Sebastian.
Move over Luke and Laura… Meet “Kyddshaw”
In school, Sebastian and Carrie are hanging together and some dude walks by and says “What’s up, Kyddshaw?” Screw Bennifer or Branjelina – Oh! So, Sebastian and Carrie are the PIONEERS of the relationship nickname, I’ve been, secretly, dying to know know started that STOOPID trend. Carrie is psyched to be part of a Super Couple. Carrie is a little chilly in the middle of the school hallway, and Sebastian gives her his jacket.
Over at the only bank of lockers in the High School, Mouse is playing with a Rubiks Cube- she is determined to solve it. She did it once…. Once. The only black kid in Castlebury High School strolls over and wants to know what Mouse is playing with. Apparently, this kid was raised without any outside stimuli. Mouse explains what the cube is, West takes it from her and solves it in 4.7 seconds.
You got served, Nerd
Mouse is wooled. SHE is the smartest nerd in Castlebury!!!
Let’s go into the closet, shall we?
Walt and Donna are watching a movie- or I should say, Donna is watching a movie while Walt gives her a massage while dreaming of Jon-Erik Hexum. #justsaynotorussianroulette
Gone too soon
Donna tells Walt that this is the best relationship she has ever been in. She doesn’t have to wear make-up, she can wear a track suit- she can just be herself.