Sorry these are so late, but it’s been a long week. In addition to the stupid tendonitis, I had a weird dizziness/vertigo issue earlier this week that finally seems to be wearing off, so I haven’t spent much time on the computer this week except for work. Plus, Nano has begun, and while I’ve topped my word count goal for day one, it’s a long journey to 50k!
Dun, dun, dun… Who’s the Hamptons Killer? It’s Charlotte! But not really. It was actually Patrick, but Victoria convinces Charlotte to make nice with her father by pretending to take the blame for the car brakes. And Charlotte plays along because her father thought Jack was responsible for the accident, and she would rather take the blame than see Jack at the mercy of her father’s vengeance. Victoria of course wants to protect Patrick, so only she and Aiden, and later Emily, know the truth.
Emily has to open up to Daniel to win him back to the idea of marriage. She manages to tell a story about her childhood and even share a photo of her family (actually Amanda’s family) without revealing that much about her past. Quite clever, and it was heartfelt, and true, just limited.
Jack has sent baby Carl off to relatives, presumably, to keep him safe while Emily completes her vendetta, but he refuses to leave the Hamptons himself.
I’m still pulling for Emily to find Aiden out for his jealous, two-timing self, and somehow she loses Jack’s affection so she’ll still end up with Daniel. It’s not a pretty picture to get to that outcome, but it’s a soap-style drama. People never end up with whom you expect.
Joanna faces her shifter, and wins. So what now? This seems to be a pattern with this show. They keep overcoming their obstacles and then they have to invent new ones for the next week’s episode, which seems a little like poor planning.
Freya tries to bring the brothers together, on behalf of her future mother-in-law. At first, she asks Aunt Wendy for a spell to make Dash forgive his brother, but Wendy warns her about spells to change feelings. They can go further than just the intended target, meaning Dash’s feelings for her might change as well. Instead, a beacon spell should at least get them under the same roof, no emotional interference needed.
Ingrid’s curse seems ready to come full circle as her friend starts to have severe abdominal pains, making it look like she might miscarry her miracle baby. But, when Ingrid finally lets the detective in, perhaps admitting her true feelings, it seems this balance restoration curse hasn’t made up its mind which of her loved ones it intends to remove from her life.
As her friend improves, the detective suddenly is overcome by similar pains. I could be ok with that. I’m not crazy about this particular subplot. I think Ingrid’s story could go much deeper with her soon-to-be superpowers than bothering with a romantic entanglement.
AND: the best part! Freddie Prinze Jr. stops by for a guest spot! A butterfly scientist, Wendy needs a rare specimen he has in his collection to put a spell on the woman who believes that Joanna killed her husband. It’s a pretty steamy, fun scene, and we see far too little of Mr. Sarah Michelle Gellar these days! Glad to have you back, Freddie! I kind of hope he’ll appear again as a love interest for Wendy, but I wouldn’t count on it.
Lily has ended up in the haunted room at the Farhampton Inn, where the ghost of some old sailor is rumored to reside, much to Marshall’s delight. Though Lily complains to the manager (you might recognize him as Murray from Flight of the Conchords or Jim Carrey’s nerdy Harry Potter-obsessed friend in Yes Man), she is stuck there due to all the bookings from the wedding. Kudos to the writers for managing ot create a Halloween episode without it actually being Halloween.
Meanwhile, Marshall still needs to resolve the text message conundrum after Daphne heatedly texted Lily that Marshall took the judge job without even talking to her about it. He calls Ted, Robin, and Barney to return a “no questions asked” favor they each owe him, get Lily’s phone, and delete the last text message she received.
Though the lock on her haunted room is broken, they all come up with these crazy, over-the-top ways to get into her room and get hold of her phone to erase the message. In all the confusion, Lily goes back to the front desk to complain about the room service delivered (Robin’s ploy to get into the room), and the gang realizes that she must have taken her phone with her.
While Robin and Barney come up with another elaborate plan to erase the message, Ted simply goes downstairs and calls in his “no questions asked” favor with Lily in order to get rid of the message. However, when he informs Marshall of this, Marshall realizes he’s never kept anything from Lily and now isn’t the time to start. He comes clean, but I have a feeling this little tiff is just getting started.
The “no questions asked” stories were undoubtedly the best parts of this one. Lucky charms, full body suits, mailboxes, and angry kindergartners, plus oh so many more 🙂 It was a blast! Also, it’s always good to see Rhys Darby. That kooky New Zealander always makes me laugh!
2 Broke Girls
After the girls realize they have a little extra cash lying around from their new cupcake window, Caroline tries to do something nice by buying Max new sheets. However, she throws the old ones out, and now Max can’t sleep without her pillowcase that she’s had forever.
Caroline tries to prove it’s all in her head, but Max goes sleepless for quite a while before she finds a new “security blanket”–Caroline’s new pajamas!
Also, Caroline has hair extensions. She’s very vain. We know this. But where has she been getting the cash for it when they can’t even afford new underwear?
Bert wants to be Iron Man for Halloween, but Jackie is completely oblivious to pop culture references, even such prevalent, long-standing ones as Iron Man, and she gives him a clothes iron and a cape, thinking that’s what he meant.
Kate comes through with the commercial costume from the Halloween store and Bert is so grateful, he wants her to take him trick-or-treating instead of Jackie. Jackie is upset and stalks them as they go out, but when she and Kate argue, Bert takes off. He has a great time by himself, following Kate’s tried-and-true tips for a perfect night of trick-or-treating, but Kate and Jackie panic looking for him.
Pete won’t give up on a mooning/egging from last Halloween when he recognizes the kid who did it. He only heard his voice, and saw a strange birthmark on his behind during the mooning, but he’s convinced it’s the same kid.
He refuses to give the kid any candy until the kid apologizes and admits what he did. It’s a standoff between them the entire evening while Diane believes the kid is innocent and tries to get him out of there.
Pete was right, it was the same kid, as evidenced by the mooning they all receive when the kid is finally released.
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