And so we come to our last show of the night - and another "just fine" installment, but I think my expectations were raised that the "Weird Science" mine would be...err...mined, but this really went in a different direction and heartwarmingness doesn't really bring the yuks. A lot of credulity-strained spots but at least the payoff of Darren's fate was a satisfying ending to a showlong thread. Was Klaus even in this episode? I went back and checked...didn't see him, but confirmed that the poet WAS French and the fakeout was actually a double fakeout...and the kind of totally unnecessary gag that I needed. ("Dystopian Nights" definitely eked out "Prom Y'all!" especially after taking a look inside)
Three for four on closing credits action - we'll take a .750 average any night!
Any episode in which the focus is Steve's never-ending quest to get laid but always coming up short is a winner in my book. I liked the idea of Steve becoming too attached to his clone-girl to actually want to have sex with her. But yeah, it wasn't as joke-centered as others.
Hey, Larisa Oleynik did a guest voice! There's a blast from the past.
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