Y’all Need Jesus
How fun that everyone has just decided to hang out at church all the time now! It’s almost as if they were like, “Shit, we put this set up and now we need to use it as much as possible.” Oh wait, it’s exactly like that.
At least Steve and Kayla had the sense not to bang in one of the pews. If this were any other couple (Nicole and Deimos, I’m looking at you), I’m not sure there would’ve been a need for a hotel room set.
Although I guess I can see the appeal of taking it to St. Luke’s when your other option in this bed-starved town is the couch where your cousin was recently raped.
Jennifer, get your ass to Crate & Barrel and replace that thing!
This whole bit about JJ having cheated on Gabi in Miami came out of absolutely nowhere, but as much as my first instinct was to loathe it on the grounds of being cheap, retconned drama, it’s kinda working. These writers inherited a JJ/Gabi pairing that, while loaded with potential, had been played as drama-free and largely offscreen. On top of finally using Julie as a voice of dissension, they took advantage of a time when JJ was grieving and feeling helpless, and they’re referencing his onscreen history (getting drunk and sleeping with Eve) in the course of it. So I dunno… I don’t mind this as a stumbling block because it could be meaty material, and it’s nice to see Casey Moss with something to do besides walk around dressed like he’s about to go work a bachelorette party.
The stuff with Gabi and Chad courting the Bushes is silly but enjoyable, too. After all the death and destruction, I really don’t mind something lightweight, and the actors work well together, even if Gabi is running around dressed like Jessica Rabbit. And when she “revealed” to Mrs. Bush that she and Chad are an item, I was kinda hoping she’d toss in that she recently did time for murder. You’d think that would’ve gotten that hussy to back off, no?
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