On this week’s V we learn an important lesson. There are some moms who give you a big hug when you’re feeling down, and some moms who break your legs for not luring your boyfriend to your mom’s spaceship to jab them with hundreds of needles. The important thing to remember is both moms will be taken out for brunch this Sunday, because whether it’s out of fear, or guilt, it still counts as a win for the hospitality industry. So come on my fellow V-heads, make the jump, and get to the good stuff.
If I skin you, it’s only because I love you.
Our episode starts with Morris Chestnut, Soap Opera Priest and Hobbs hauling butt through some trees. Hobbs has brought a Stinger missile with him, and before you can say, ìmaybe we should have taken the busî, the guys blow a V space shuttle out of the sky.
Oh hell Yeah! Now this is exactly the sort of stuff Waffleboy wants to see on TV, Wanton, senseless violence in the first two minutes of a show. If CSPAN would just toss
me some CGI explosions, I would be a much better informed voter, or at least their ratings would go up. Either way, democracy wins.
Oh Crappy CGI effects, is there anything you can ‘t make better?
Our heroes get to bask in the glow of doing something besides flapping their pieholes. Well for about five seconds. Soap Opera Priest suddenly goes running up the hill to the crash site, and when he gets there he’s confronted by something terrible.
No, not Tyler Perry in a thong, although I’m sure Maeda Becomes a Side Piece will be the feel good movie of the yearÖfor Tyler Perry’s accountant. No, Soap Opera Priest finds a burnt up dolly.
We cut over to FBI Mom who is at work, and all of a sudden, the poop hits the fan. Everybody else’s cell phones start going off. FBI Mom calls Morris Chestnut up and asks him what the hell is going on. Morris Chestnut tells her that the V shuttle they just shot down was not full of bad guys, it was full of humans. Whoopsie.
We cut from there up to the V mothership. Creepy Gopher Guy tells Anna that their shuttle was successfully shot down. Huh, what who? He also says the humans will discover the remains. Anna says this is great, because human law enforcement agencies will crack down on whoever just pulled these monkeyshines. In this case, The Fifth Column. Then she shoots Creepy Gopher Guy a smirky McSmirkSmirk grin, and we cut to a title card that tells us 12 hours earlier.
Yep, V is going In Media Res on us again, because the screenwriter desperately wants to get his money’s worth out of that writer’s workshop he went to three years ago.
We cut over to Morris Chestnut and just found out the V’s trashed his house. Okay, he killed two Vs in his house last week when they came to kill then and he’s coming back this week, because? Sorry, as some very nice people pointed out to me last week, if you think while you watch this show it makes you angry. I promise that’s the last semi-rational thought we’ll have for the recap. Now hopefully this vein will stop throbbing in my forehead.
Anyway that doesn’t matter because the space marble starts beeping, which means an incoming phone call from Rocco DiSpaceLizard. Rocco is just calling to give Moe C a heads up that Anna is pretty miffed about her solider not being able to catch Oblivia and the alien love baby, so she has decided to send a whole bunch of trackers down to hunt down the Fifth Columnists. Rocco DiSpaceLizard doesn’t explain what trackers are, but judging by the oh-I-just-crapped-my-pants facial expression that Morris Chestnut makes, they must be pretty bad news.
It just so happens that Anna is sending the trackers down on one of those V shuttles, and Morris Chestnut asks if Rocco thinks it’s possible that they can modify the computer chip on a stinger missile to shoot down a shuttle. Rocco is like maybe, but whatever Moe C is going to do, he needs to put a wiggle on it, because those trackers will be arriving directly.
Over at Our Lady of Plot Points it’s never too early in the morning to get in a little boxing. Soap Opera Priest is working the heavy bag (and no, we’re still not talking about Maeda), when FBI Mom shows up.
FBI Mom gives Soap Opera Priest some crap about hitting like a, well, priest, and then she starts punching the bag. Actually this is sort of flirting between FBI Mom and Soap Opera Priest, because these two have a little chemistry going on.
Why? Because Hollywood loves forbidden love. This message just in, free Roman Polanski. Thank you, Harvey Weinstien.
Anyway, Hobbs wanders in and says things are getting pretty Thorn Birds in the here. You know, I’m really starting to like this character, if for no other reason then because he allows the screenwriter to mock some of the poop he is pulling every week. Self loathing may not be healthy, but it is usually pretty honest.
We were just hitting stuff, honest
None of this matters because Morris Chestnut has shown up with some vital exposition. Moe C tells Team Good Guys that the trackers are coming, and then finally explains to them and us in the audience just what the hell trackers are.
V trackers have like heightened senses so they can track people. Well that’s pretty obvious, good thing they are walking us through this slowly. Anyway the trackers are going to go over that house where Team Good Guy fought the V super duper solder, and once the trackers have their scent, they will hunt them down. This is where everyone looks at Soap Opera Priest as if to say; îsee, stopping for baked beans on the way up was a huge mistake.î
Not that it matters, because Morris Chestnut says they are going to shoot that shuttle out of the sky with a missile. Soap Opera Priest and FBI Mom immediately get pissy, because they don’t want to kill any humans, and a lot of humans ride on those shuttles.
Morris Chestnut tells them not to worry, because Rocco DiSpaceLizard says there only going to be Vs on the shuttle, and they are super bad Vs who take up two spots when they park at the mall. Moe C also points out that the trackers aren’t only going to hunt down everyone in the room, but anyone they might happen to live with, such as High School Musical Kid. Even the most remote threat to her whiny, V loving, teenaged son is enough for FBI Mom to switch her vote, so it looks like we are going V shuttle hunting tonight. Cool, I mean what’s the worst that could happen here? Oh yeah, crap.
After the credits, we come back to Soap Opera Priest who is praying. Hey, way to put those stereotypes to rest buddy. Anyway Bailey 2.0 shows up, and what with Soap Opera Priest being on his knees and still almost hitting Bailey at the shoulder we get yet another reminder that Scott Wolf gave up a promising career as a jockey to pursue acting.
Bailey 2.0 wants Soap Opera Priest to hook him up with the Fifth Column, because he wants to sell them all out to Anna. Err, I mean he wants to help the cause. Soap Opera Priest is like Fifth Column? Never heard of them. Nope this is just a perfectly normal church that has a wanted British mercenary living in the vestibule; now who wants to play a little Bingo?
Bailey 2.0 isn’t giving up, and mentions he can get the Fifth Column all sorts of inside poop, because he hangs out with Anna, and even gets to ride the V only shuttles. This little tidbit causes Soap Opera Priest to flash his I-just-pooped-myself face for the night, and even though he doesn’t admit that he knows about the Fifth Column; he tells Bailey 2.0 to stay off the V only shuttles today. Once Bailey 2.0 figures out that this is all the poop he is going to get, he exits stage right.
We cut back up to the V mothership, because well that last scene is over. Space Alien Bait is walking along just minding her own business, when she hears one of the humans in the Live Aboard program getting all boo-hooey. Space Alien Bait wants to know what’s up with the waterworks, because otherwise there is no reason for this scene.
Well it turns out the crying extra has been having these dreams where in the middle of the night V doctors jab her with like hundreds and hundreds of needles. At first Space Alien Bait looks a little guilty when she hears this, much like she did when the casting director asked her if she was really 25, but she quickly sucks it up and gets on message. It was just a dream, and the Vs would never jab people with hundreds of needles to further her mom’s evil extraction plot.
Meanwhile Anna is up in her office watching Space Alien Bait on her computer. Oh they’ve got surveillance cameras for this? Sorry, sorry, I’m thinking again. I’ll stop. Anyway Anna seems to be giving Space Alien Bait the stinkeye, but she stops watching when Bailey 2.0 wanders in.
Bailey 2.0 tells Anna he’s been looking into the Fifth Column and keeping his ear to the ground. This is one of those magical times when I don’t have to take a cheap shot at Bailey’s height; the show’s writers do it for me.
Anyway, B20 tells Anna that, maybe, and I do mean maybe, the Fifth Column is thinking about shooting down one of those V only shuttles today. Anna makes some cheery small talk and asks Bailey 2.0 to tell her who told him about this. Bailey 2.0 says he can’t reveal his sources because then people will stop talking to him.
Anna doesn’t seem to have a problem with this, and Bailey 2.0 exits stage right when Creepy Gopher Guy shows up.
Once Bailey clears the door, Anna tells Creepy Gopher Guy that they’ve got some loose lips up on the mothership, because somebody knows that they are sending their super bad assed trackers down today. Creepy Gopher Guy makes his oh-I-just-crapped-my-pants face at this news.
Creepy Gopher Guy says he will restrict the access to their evil master plans, and says that in hindsight, having it read over the intercom with the morning announcements was a bad idea.
Anna isn’t sweating this, and tells Creepy Gopher Guy that if the Fifth Column wants to shoot down a shuttle, they will let them. She and Creepy Gopher Guy then break out a fresh set of Smirky McSmirksmirk grins. You know for a race that isn’t supposed to feel emotions, they seem to have mastered smugness pretty handily.
Textbook Smirky McSmirksmirk grins
We then rip through three really short scenes. First, where Soap Opera Priest asks everyone if they really think this is a good idea, and Morris Chestnut swears up and down that his poop is gold. (Well not his actual poop, although as an alien it really could be, but that tip he got from Rocco DiSpaceLizard is the real deal. Second, the guys show up and shoot the V Shuttle down again. Hell Yeah! Sorry, it just doesn’t get old, and lastly that scene where Morris Chestnut has to tell FBI Mom that they just hooie kablooied a whole bunch of humans.
And there you have it. We are now back to where we were at the beginning of the show, and it only took 20 minutes to get here. If you ever wondered how you could make a 30 minute show last for an hour, you just got schooled.
Not that this matters to FBI Mom, because once she gets off the line with Moe C, she completely loses her poop and calls High School Musical Kid to make sure he is okay. High School Musical Kid is doing his homework when his cell phone goes off. Well that or he is writing down the pros and cons of keeping his bangs like Zac Effron, or maybe going to a Justin Beiber look. Anyway he’s at home when his mom calls and wants to know if he’s okay.
He finds out about the V shuttle going explode-o, and wants to rush down to the crash site to look for his sweet baboo. FBI Mom who seconds ago was a crying mess, immediately calms down and tells HSMK that the Vs wouldn’t have been sending Peace Ambassadors to the woods in Jersey, but High School Musical Kid is already slipping into his crappy jacket and getting ready to go out and look for his girlfriend.
FBI Mom then puts on her FBI windbreaker and heads over to the crash site, so she can walk around, while they play super sad music, and make her sad panda face. By the end of the scene she has dropped to her knees because the screenwriter is apparently being paid by the clichÈ.
We cut from that back to the Team Good Guy clubhouse where everyone is trying to figure out what went wrong. Morris Chestnut says he’s stumpered. He and Rocco DiSpaceLizard thought for sure there would be dirty Vs on that shuttle.
Oh man, thought? Now the poop is in the fire, because Soap Opera Priest gets so pissed his voice cracks, like he is young enough to be thinking about Justin Beiber bangs too. He starts going on and on about Iraq, and how if Team Good Guys kills humans then they are the same as the Vs. Everyone tries to calm him down, but he’s had enough, and quits the Resistance for the 35th time this season.
FBI Mom and Morris Chestnut are pretty bummed out by this, so Hobbs decides to cheer them up. Hobbs tells a story about the boxer Floyd Patterson and how he used to get knocked down all the time, but he always got back up. Hobbs then asks FBI Mom and Moe C if they want to be the guy who gets knocked down, or be the guy who gets back up?
Look I hate to call shenanigans on anyone when they are pulling a Knute Rockne, but as far as I know, you can’t get back up unless you’ve been knocked down. It’s simple physics. Or maybe anatomy. I’m not sure which, I sucked at science.
We cut over to the V mothership, and High School Musical Kid has shown up looking for Space Alien Bait. Anna tells him she is fine, and High School Musical Kid says he wants to do the Live Aboard program. Anna thinks this is great, and tells High School Musical Kid to go home and pack up his complete Sweet Valley High collection, and he’ll be being jabbed with hundreds of needles before he knows it. I mean so he and Space Alien Bait can be together forever and ever.
Please tell me my hot girlfriend is okay
FBI Mom wanders back into work and finds out the FBI actually found some evidence while she was gone about Team Good Guy’s rocket attack. The FBI has a tire track they can use to find the car the guys used, but the really cool thing they have is surveillance camera footage from a tollbooth that the guys would have had to gone through to get away from the scene of the crime. FBI Mom makes her oh-I-crapped-my-pants face (note to the craft services people, either fire the caterer, or get more porta potties STAT), and then scuttles off to call Morris Chestnut.
While FBI Mom is telling Moe C that they need to somehow wipe that surveillance footage, she just happens to see a picture on her computer from the crime scene that proves the Vs had dead human bodies on that shuttle, so Team Good Guy really didn’t kill anybody. Morris Chestnut thinks this is great news and it is, too bad while he and FBI Mom are talking about it, somebody deletes the picture.
This is right when FBI Mom figures out that there has to be a V in her office, and starts to try to figure out who. She sees that her boss just happens to be leaving the office right after that evidence got wiped. Add to that the fact he is looking kind of evil space lizardy right now, and FBI Mom has a prime suspect.
We cut straight over to Morris Chestnut and Hobbs who are about to break into that building where they are keeping that bad old surveillance footage. Morris Chestnut is going into the building, and Hobbs is walking him through it by talking to him over one of those headset radio dealees. It’s all very Mission Impossible. Well, a third world non-union Mission Impossible, but it beats watching people talk in hallways for ten minutes.
Just then, FBI Mom’s possible Space Lizard boss shows up. Holy dramatic tension Batman! Things are finally starting to get good around here.
Hobbs starts telling Morris Chestnut to get the hell out of there, but Moe C is a man who gets things done. He hooks this electronic gizmo up to the server, and ZOT! He shorts the dang thing out. Morris Chestnut then moves to an exit and is gone when FBI Mom’s boss shows up.
We cut back to Our Lady of Plot Points where Soap Opera Priest is still dealing with a serious case of the mopes for shooting down all those people. Bailey 2.0 shows up to thank him for the heads up, and to let him know that even though he is totally on the Fifth Column’s side, he is going to have to calls them a big bag o’ dicks when he reports on the story, because you know, it’s sweeps. Sorry, I mean so he can stay close to Anna and get the Fifth Column plenty of good inside poop. Not that he’s gotten any yet, but that’s only because he’s spying for the Vs.
Soap Opera Priest is treating this news with a healthy amount of who gives a poop. That is right up until Bailey 2.0 mentions that Anna was very surprised to hear the Fifth Column was going to shoot down the Vs’ shuttle.
Soap Opera Priest is pretty shocked by this news. Well either that, or he practicing letting his jaw hit the floor. Bailey 2.0 yaps a little bit more, and then he exits stage left, while Soap Opera Priest starts to wrap his noodle around the fact that it might not have been Team Good Guys’ fault that all those people got killed.
Back up on the mothership, Anna is hanging out with Creepy Gopher Guy and doing some serious gloating about how her plan worked perfectly. Anna tells Creepy Gopher Guy that know everyone in the world will see the Fifth Column as a bunch of no good dirty terrorists, which is exactly how she planned it. Creepy Gopher Guy is suitably impressed by this, because she skins people who piss her off.
This is right when Space Alien Bait comes wandering into the scene. Anna and Creepy Gopher Guy suddenly stop talking about how freaking brilliant Anna is, and queue up some video of Anna getting all boo-hooie over those poor, poor humans getting shot out of the sky.
There are two different clips, and Anna asks Creepy Gopher Guy which is the better one. Just so we don’t think the oh-I-just-crapped-my pants face is limited to humans, Creepy Gopher Guy makes the V version, and says they are both very nice. Anna kicks the question to Space Alien Bait, and SAB makes the mistake of saying she thinks people will think the second one is more sincere.
Anna then makes some snide comment about Space Alien Bait mastering human emotions. Oh snap. Space Alien Bait had better tone down the emoting before her mom goes all Cruella DeVille on her Dalmatian puppy butt.
We leave that perfectly functioning alien family, and cut back over to Our Lady of Plot Points, where Soap Opera Priest is still working on his case of the mopes. Older Priest wanders into the scene. Man, is he still on this show? Anyway, it gives Soap Opera Priest the chance to talk about how he is having a crisis of faith. Not his faith in God, but his faith in himself as being a good person.
Soap Opera Priest says he’s been doing some bad things lately. This confuses the hell out of Older Priest, because they don’t even have a boy’s choir in their parish. Older Priest tells Soap Opera Priest that this sounds like a confession he might want to make somewhere else, and Soap Opera Priest gets to keep making his sad panda face.
Back at the FBI office, FBI Mom’s boss shows up with bad news, good news. The bad news is that the Fifth Column wiped the security tapes. The good news is FBI Boss figured out that the terrorists probably came out earlier in the day to check things out, and that surveillance footage just happened to go to another server that didn’t get wiped. Oh and the good news keeps coming from FBI Boss, because they pulled in a suspect. He takes FBI Mom into an interrogation room, and we see Soap Opera Priest looking super guilty.
While FBI Mom soils herself, FBI Boss lays out his airtight case against Soap Opera Priest, which consists of a picture of some tire tracks at the scene of the crime, and a picture from the toll booth of Soap Opera Priest looking guilty. Soap Opera Priest looks like he all set to not only confess to this, but also to killing Biggie and Tupac, when FBI Mom snaps into action.
Was I at Ford’s theater? Yes, yes I was
FBI Mom in a well timed fit of overacting, slams the table and tells Soap Opera Priest he had better spill his guts right now, or, well he’d just better do it right now. FBI Mom then gets her boss to go get all the evidence they have against Soap Opera Priest. With her boss out of the room, FBI Mom gets a chance to tell Soap Opera Priest about how there weren’t any live people on that shuttle they shot down, so they are still the good guys. Oh and she also mentions that now would be an incredibly bad time to confess to the FBI.
When FBI Boss comes back into the room he has his evidence, and has brought that other FBI agent, who kind of looks like Maya Rudolph with him. Too bad for FBI Boss, that Soap Opera Priest’s attitude has done a 180.
Soap Opera Priest tells FBI Boss that he in Jersey counseling one of his parishioners, who just happened to live by the crime scene. Oh, and no the FBI can’t talk to this person, because Soap Opera Priest was counseling them about adultery, so he has to keep their name private, so neener, neener, neener. Oh, and double oh, because that tire track? His arch-diocese’s bought a whole mess of vans with those tires, and it could have come from any of them, and we mentioned the neener, neener, neener part, right?
Soap Opera Priest then tells FBI Boss to either charge him or release him. FBI Boss makes a face like he has bad gas, and tells Almost Maya Rudolph to cut Soap Opera Priest loose.
We cut back to the mothership, where Space Alien Bait is still wandering the halls. She happens to see this door with V writing on it and goes inside. It turns out behind the door it’s just like it was when described by that weepy extra earlier in the show. It’s black with a lot of red neon, kind of like a bad disco. V doctors are taking weepy extra on this floating thingamajig into a room, with her naughty parts covered with these metal bands. This CGI thing appears out of nowhere with the aforementioned hundreds of needles, and it gets all set to do the hokey pokey on the weepy extra, while she completely looses her poop.
Space Alien Bait then sees some of those floating V computer screens with all sorts of people’s pictures popping up. Eventually one of the pictures is of High School Musical Kid, and he kind of looks like a World of Warcraft avatar.
Night Elf Hair Helmet. What ‘s your game?
We cut immediately over to FBI Mom’s house, where Space Alien Bait has shown up to have a little talk with High School Musical Kid. High School Musical Kid wants to talk about just how super awesome it going to be when he and Space Alien Bait will get to be together every night and get to second base on each other.
Yeah, too bad for High School Musical Kid, Space Alien Bait has stopped by to tell him, that them living together would be a super-duper bad idea. She doesn’t point out the fact, that High School Musical Kid is her sweet baboo, so she really doesn’t want him to jabbed with hundreds of CGI needles. Instead, Space Alien Bait just goes with the I’m just not that into you explanation, which from where I’m sitting makes way more sense then the sweet baboo scenario.
High School Musical Kid is crushed by this news, and wants to know what about their space shuttle of love episode. Space Alien Bait tells HSMK she was just curious to see what it felt like. Oh man can you hear that? That faint high pitched wailing? That’s a young fragile male ego being crushed. High School Musical Kid kicks Space Alien Bait out of the house, and heads upstairs to take a long hot bubble bath to get his masculinity back. Man they better have the mother of all hot water tanks, because he is going to be in there for a long time.
We cut over to a press conference Anna is having to tell everyone how bummed out the Visitors are about those humans getting French fried on their space shuttle. Anna is doing her standard we love peace, and humans, and blah, blah, blah, but she throws in a twist this time. She tells all the reporters that she feels so bad about what happened, that the Vs are thinking of leaving Earth, so that something like this won’t ever happen again.
Everyone poops a brick at this announcement, and not just the reporters. FBI Boss tells Almost Maya Rudolph to go over to the Vs and tell Anna that the FBI is doing everything in their power to solve this case.
We cut back to the press conference and there is a serious hub bub going on as Anna leaves the stage. On the way out Anna gives Creepy Gopher Guy yet another smug smirk, and scene.
We cut to the FBI office, and is FBI Mom doing some actual work? Oh nope, she’s trying to figure out who the dirty V is at the office. Okay, as long as she is consistant.
Some big bald headed guy sticks his head in her office and tells her FBI Boss wants to talk to her about ìher involvement with Fifth Column.î I’m really hopping FBI Mom owns a lot of brown underwear, because she makes about her 23rd I’ve-crapped-my-pants-yet-again face of the night.
FBI Mom gets hustled into a big room full of people and FBI Boss tells her that he is going to do everything in his power to protect the Vs. This is why he is putting FBI Mom in charge of the Fifth Column task force and she will be partnered with Almost Maya Rudolph. You know, a bunch of people have already said it, but it amazing how stupid this show makes the FBI look every week. Actually by about the 17th minute tonight, I became convinced that Osama Ben Ladin is living in FBI Boss’s bottom desk drawer.
We cut from that big bold FU to our common sense back up to the mothership. Almost Maya Rudolph has stopped by to tell Creepy Gopher Guy that the FBI is on the case. The only thing is, she doesn’t talk with Creepy Gopher Guy, instead she meets with Anna. Almost Maya Rudolph immediately calls Anna ìmy queen.
Oh man, that means either Almost Maya Rudolph is the dirty V in the FBI office, or she and Anna go to Renaissance Fairs together. I so hope it is the first one, because that whole pray thee my lord crap makes my molars ache.
Anyway, Almost Maya Rudolph tells Anna her plan worked perfectly, and now Almost Maya Rudolph will be able to hunt the Fifth Column with the full support of the FBI. Oh and if you can explain to me why this would be a good thing I would really appreciate it.
We cut over to Team Good Guy’s clubhouse where the gang is watching Bailey 2.0 tell us about stuff we’ve already seen. After awhile Soap Opera Priest shows up and tells everyone how Anna found out about their plan because he told Bailey 2.0 not to ride the V shuttles.
Hobbs thinks it’s dumb to risk everything for one person’s life, but Soap Opera Priest makes a little speech about how they can’t risk even one human life, because they can never be like the Vs. Of course FBI Mom totally backs up Soap Opera Priest on that one. Ugh, Hobbs called it; those two are totally Thorn Birding on us.
Then it’s Hobbs turn to make a little speech. He says everyone is going to think of them as terrorists, and he wants to if they can live with that. FBI Mom says yes, because they are the only ones willing to do it. I mentioned Ugh already, right?
Anyway, Hobbs welcomes Soap Opera Priest back to Team Good Guy, and asks if he brought his church van because everyone wants to go out for pizza.
After a well deserved trip to Chucky Cheese, FBI Mom finally rolls into her house, only to find High School Musical Kid sobbing uncontrollably on the living room sofa. High School Musical Kid catches her up to speed on him getting his heart broken by that no good Space Alien Bait, and even though FBI Mom didn’t want HSMK living with Vs, and even though she is just as incompetent as a terrorist as she is as a FBI Agent; When the chips are down, FBI Mom is still a mom. She gives her simple minded son a big hug and tells him everything is going to be okay. Awwww.
We cut from that to an alternative method of child rearing. Space Alien Bait stops by her mom’s office to tell her that she screwed the pooch with High School Musical Kid. According to Space Alien Bait, she came on way to strong and High School Musical Kid decided he wanted to live with his mommy.
Anna responds to this news with a backhand that damn near almost lifts Space Alien Bait right off her feet. Okay, someone in this family doesn’t handle disappointment very well. Use your words, Anna, use your words. Then again maybe Anna finds this flimsy story as insulting to her intelligence as I find it to mine, and in that case, don’t use your words Anna, forget about them.
Whatever the reason, Anna tells Space Alien Bait not to worry, because she is going to get High School Musical Kid on the spaceship. Anna says human males can not resist a damsel in distress. She then tells this big extra to break Space Alien Bait’s legs. The End.
What you talking about Anna?
Well another episode in the books and we are heading into the home stretch. Two more of these and we are donzo for the season.
I am kind of curious to see how Bailey 2.0 deals with the shuttle full of dead people, after he tipped off Anna. Supposedly he signed up with Team Lizard because Anna was going to do all sorts of cool things for humanity. Then again, with this show they may just never mention it again and go on along their merry way. Sorry, I’m thinking again.
Oh, help me out here, now that we know Almost Maya Rudolph is the V at the FBI, should her nickname stay Almost Maya Rudolph, or should we go with Dentheada?
You know, for the parts of the show that has me grinding my back molars into dust, it was cool to see the characters on this show actually doing stuff. If the writers can figure out a way to blow stuff up, and not painfully insult even my limited intelligence, this could be a really fun show.
Oh and a special shout out to Sprinkles for not only correctly identifying that movie quote as coming from 16 Candles, but coming back with her own awesome quote. You know, I think I may have to watch that movie again this weekend, just to watch Rudy the Oily Bohunk’s mom use a spoon as a mirror while she puts on her lipstick at the table.
Anyway, thanks for stopping by, and we’ll talk again soon.