Open: Richard and Robot Nancy are on a date; however, Scroty is controlling Nancy’s reactions and movements (Descartes would have a field day with this episode). They have an awkward kiss and we learn that Scroty likes Ayn Rand. Scroty continues to ask questions about Gina and it occurs to Richard that Nancy is jealous and The One. Scroty resolves to hunt Gina down and kill her.
Ozzie is having food with his mom and needs to get critical documents, leading him to go to his father’s place.
Chelsea visits Father Doug. Father Doug is getting the band back together… by an Outlet Mall! Chelsea is crushing on him big time!
Gerry is selling insurance … rather well.
Starcrossed is a shambles: they meet at the furniture store and a barn. The barn is the Last Straw (wakka wakka wakka)! They disband.
Jonathan sees LOTR-G and is shocked that he’s working at a coffee shop. LOTR-G is really sweet and reminds me of people I knew in Vermont: quiet, in touch with their feelings, and salt of the earth types. Jonathan gets LOTR-G to give him a free coffee and his tips.
Ozzie visits his father who’s into buddhism for now. His father is a slob who keeps important documents in garbage bags. Ozzie finds a photo of him on a drug store horse ride, triggering a Beacon memory and a family meeting.
Father Doug is playing at the lounge and Chelsea show and groupies big time. It’s sweet.
Ozzie’s parents explains that they lost him at the grocery store. He describes a lizard person and they give him many drawings of him with this Lizard Man friend (Jonathan). In the past, Ozzie had gone into the back room and sees all of the Reptilians, including Jonathan (lizard Jonathan).
Chelsea goes to Father Doug’s motel room that he’s staying at for his gig and they pork. It’s very human. This show really knows how to balance the drama with the comedy.
We close with Gina enjoying a glass of wine while Nancy is lying in wait in the closet. Scary!
No awesome song this week, but a good episode in any case.