October 29th, 2012
Nothing more than FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELINGS.
The oppressive and moronic melodrama remains oppressive and moronic through this whole episode too. I almost long for the days when she was just mounting him and asking him about sex and the first episode’s energetic beginning with even a few good jokes is now just a memory that has nearly completely faded away. The most insulting part of all this is that it’s patently obvious that it’s not going anywhere four goddamned episodes into the show. But hey, let’s crank up the sad piano, have people sit in the rain in the middle of the night for maximum sadness, and then talk about their feelings. Oh wait, we have to also have the dramatic running through the streets after a revelation about what you want thus restoring the status quo to where it was two episodes ago before the angst fest over bloody nothing began. Hoo-rah.