This episode concentrates on Luanne, but not
her goof-ups or her lack of smarts, but on
her dreams and her future. In this episode,
Luanne really grows up.
The most wonderful scene is the one of her
and the Buckley angel on the trampoline. The
way she\'s happy to see him, and the way the
song \"Life in a Northern Town\" plays with
them both bouncing up and down playfully with
each other, was really touching and sweet.
And although Buckley may not be the brightest
or most romantic of characters, her feelings
for him is what carries the scene.
Hank and the rest of the cast really don\'t
have much to do here. Even the secondary plot
about fixing the trampoline is really just a
set-up to Luanne\'s vision. But it was good to
see how everyone else (except Hank) slowly
starts to believe in the Buckley angel as well.
The ending is a happy moment for Luanne, as
we see her turning failure into success, to
make something better of her life.
Overall, this episode shows why this show is
so good. There are no laugh-out-loud moments,
but there are lovable characters and interesting
story-lines. And it helps show why Luanne is
one of the most lovable of the characters on