This episode was a little sillier and cornier than others this season, but there was a small bit of movement which fans of the show but enemies of its plodding will appreciate. And a car drove through the front of a house!
This wasn't an episode full of answers, but it certainly set a tone, and everyone seems headed for rock bottom.
"Gamma Zeta Die!" had pretty much everything I ever want from an episode of Pretty Little Liars, except with more banter between the Liars and fewer parrot-inspired plots.
Well, if you're one of the folks who's been complaining about answers, that was a big one this week. If you can trust it.
Season 4 wasn't flawless, but it was clever and funny and heartfelt, just like AD's original three seasons, and it still tried to push the boundaries of a common sitcom.
This episode wasn't exceptional and it wasn't terrible either. It was somewhat surreal and oddly paced, but still funny (why pie?), and ultimately it was somewhat fitting for the awkward, disturbing education of a motherman like Buster.
Who will George Michael become when he finally starts to stand up for himself? While I don't think "It Gets Better" exhibited the same sharpness as G.O.B.'s episodes this season, it definitely featured the most character growth.
I enjoyed the Maeby episode for a lot of same reasons that I enjoyed some of the other episodes featuring characters who don't usually have complicated plots.
It was high time for a Scooby episode, but "Cat's Cradle" was slow and especially un-informational if you've been paying strong attention to the clues.
It seems like each character gets a maximum of two episodes in Season 4, so it makes me sad that this one is probably G.O.B.'s last.
"Queen B." was more of the same for Season 4, but at the very least, we got to see things from a new perspective.
Maybe the yawn-worthy episodes that've followed "Colony Collapse" are supposed to serve as breathers until we get to something with a little more meat to it?