The main status quo for the series definitely changes, and not just with Rebecca and Josh. Greg is going to a support group to deal with his alcohol addiction, White Josh has moved in with Darryl, and Paula is unsure about continuing to help Rebecca with her various schemes. Again, I’m surprised by how emotionally compelling the subplots were. To be honest, I had forgotten how poignant it could be.
|Rebecca isn't happy with Paula's decision.|
The songs in this episode didn’t get almost instantly stuck in my head like some of the other tunes, but my mind was more on the visuals. The production values in the first song, “Love Kernels”, were spectacular, using multiple costume and scenery changes. In fact, Rebecca breaks the fourth wall at one point to say that they blew the entire budget on that one song. Darryl would have to be replaced with a broom. Also, Rebecca is a cactus.
|Does this even need context? It's funny enough on its own.|
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