This one was kind of sad. Jess and Nick get into a fight over a toy that he was supposed to put together for a party, and Jess starts talking about their future. They are on two completely different wavelengths when it comes to child-rearing and marriage. While it makes them sad to have to break up over it, they both miss being friends, and resent the complications that come with being a couple.
I suspect this will be sort of a “Ross and Rachel” relationship. It’s only season 4, and while it’s clear they both have some more growing up to do, I think they will probably find their way back to each other later on. I just hope Nick doesn’t become a lawyer full-time to get her back–that would be lame. Unless he opens a practice that doesn’t make him sacrifice his personality and laid-back nature. But that seems like a contradiction in itself. We’ll see.
Schmidt, Winston and Coach get all excited trying to hook up with the new girl in the building. Her roommate has a boyfriend, but she’s single and super-cute, so they all try to impress her and help the girls move in. But, they get too competitive and ruin things.
Winston might still have a shot because he was the least obvious and most gentlemanly (relative term) about it, but I think they’re all pretty much out of the running on that one.
Everyone was so shocked about the very end of the episode–the big twist, as it were–but I didn’t really think it was that shocking. I’ll get to that in a minute.
Jake is in pursuit of a man he believes to be involved in drug trafficking, and gets told to back off more than once, but he keeps at it. Eventually, this means the FBI has to step in and explain to him why he needed to back off–they’re preparing to fry a much bigger fish and bring up many more charges than the ones he could have brought against the guy, but after seeing his pursuit, they decide to ask him to go undercover for them and help with the case.
But that would mean Jake has to be fired from the force, for real. He doesn’t hesitate in accepting the offer, but he realizes that means he can’t really stay in touch with any of his colleagues, including Santiago.
Since he may not get another chance, he finally talks to Santiago, honestly, without jokes, and tells her the truth about how he feels. With her seeing someone and him going undercover, it’s starting to look like a more remote and unlikely possibility, but the look on Santiago’s face said that she might consider it, maybe once their circumstances change and the timing is better.
The big twisty part is that after Boyle has been dumped by his fiancee, Gina goes around telling everyone that he needs to have a rebound fling to help him get over it, even enlisting Diaz as the lucky lady, but Diaz won’t go for it. Then, at the very last moment, we see Boyle and Gina wake up in bed together and scream a horrified “ahhhh!” in unison.
Considering what Gina spent the entire episode doing–telling everyone Charles needed a rebound lay–I wasn’t that surprised that she was the one who stepped up to the plate to help him get over Vivian.
Maybe she was drunk, maybe she pitied him, but I’m sure it wasn’t entirely accidental on either of their parts. Something had to have happened to end up there. I don’t know that it will lead to anything in season two, but you never know.
Growing Up Fisher
Henry starts taking advice from Katie about how to get Jenny’s attention, and while Katie’s advice works for a while, it doesn’t end up working out, as it seems Jenny may already have another boy she likes.
Joyce goes to work for/with Mel at his office as a bookkeeper, but after her office takeover pisses off Mel’s assistant and Janice quits, she realizes that she may have bitten off more than she can chew.
This was the first week that I wasn’t totally in love with the show. It felt like it played a little too much on stereotypes and over-hyped certain personality traits that it rang a bit false. Not going to cut it or anything, but I’m hoping next week’s episode is better.
Raylan and Art seem to be getting back on better terms, as Art goes to help Allison go into protective custody at Raylan’s request, but just as they’re preparing to leave, someone comes into the hallway and fires on them. Art is wounded, and now the investigation is on who was the target.
Boyd has a meeting with Wynn Duffy and his friend (Mary Steenburgen) about the dope that still hasn’t shown up, and considering the circumstances, I thought Boyd gave him a pretty decent offer–half of his half of what they had already. But it seemed they disagreed, which Boyd anticipated and prepared for, building a time delay into a small explosive in a pack of cigarettes. He tosses them to their Canadian mob friend, and they blow up in his face, literally. The room is a mess, but just as Boyd is prepared to walk out of there, the marshals burst in and place them all under arrest.
With the cigarettes, I thought it was pretty funny what Boyd said, that he stills know how to “blow shit up.” The reason being, the very first time we met Mr. Boyd Crowder, he had a rocket launcher on one shoulder, and yes, the man certainly has a way with explosives. He hasn’t done much of it since he got out of prison, but he hasn’t really had a good reason to.
It’s strange to think that the season/series is wrapping up! I keep waiting for a bang, but with no next season, I guess they don’t need to leave us with a big cliffhanger or anything. There might be some talk about continuing the series in another medium, via a film or perhaps an animated series. I could go for a graphic novel! Here’s what the cast had to say about the final season in Variety.
Recaps from Wednesday’s finale of Psych and Nashville are coming, as well as new Thursday episodes.
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