Post by >^The California Cat Girl^< on Feb 10, 2007 22:29:36 GMT -5
Loved the reject Ned closer, loved the last Kimmie-quote before closing the ep, and the whole of the two [Ron and Wade] in dresses....I cracked up quite a bit at that. I laso loved the Mind Games reference--that's still on of my favorite eps to date
Great episode--even if I'm not the biggest K/R shipper [not that I disapprove, I just don't do shipping very often for any show/book, or in other words, I'm not a romantic to say the least] This season is starting out really great ~Mara
"Save the cheerleader; Save the World. I swear the shows I watch are either about a cheerleader, saving the world, or how someone in the cast of characters was once a cheerleader...or acts just like one"--moi being goofy
The only episode other than Job fair that literally had me rolling on the floor laughing for most of the episode, it was brilliant!
Only one continuity I spotted, and that's when Wade, Kim and Ron were discussing the Junior sitch in Kim's garage. It cuts to Ron in his regular clothes, then it cuts back to wade and quickly back to Ron, only when we Go back to Ron he's magically changed into mission clothes. Huh? He must change really fast.
But I don't let a little slip like that ruin a awsome episode. 5/5!
Cute. The better episode, next to Ill-Suited. Shows what this season can do (great humor, great concepts, and awesome characterization), apart what this season can't do (pacing correctly, returning villains to their former glory). I was laughing really hard at most of this ep, though. It was hilarious, and didn't feel like an Emotion Sickness rehash as I feared.
"Shh. I like weird." Cutest line of the new season.
I'm with Zei on this one. A top notch love angle episode and I loved that line at the end. I think the credit jokes are the biggest improvement on the show.
Post by Whisper from the Shadows on Feb 11, 2007 1:08:14 GMT -5
Is it just me, or did Wade become an embarrassing tool at the end? It was priceless whenever he zapped Monique though.
Embarrassment, yes, tool... well, yeah I guess that works as well.
The more I think about it, the more the idea of him turning to the "dark side" makes sense. This was almost a repeat of SSS, only I'd be afraid of Wade, he obviously has less concern about ethics and formalities than SSS did/does.
"Guns don't kill people, people do." - Charlton Heston
Optimism - "The world sucks, but if it didn't we'd all fall off."
Post by Ashfangirl20 on Feb 11, 2007 1:10:19 GMT -5
This was the best episode of the night, I'm loving Ron/Wades friendship....There moments together were too funny. I really hope they have more episodes based on those two. And I have to admit these episodes are slowly turning me into a Kim/Ron Shipper, the date at the end was just too cute for words. So yes I loved it a lot ^^