That's pretty much all I could think about when for 1 minute, Eura was on screen, not talking. I was just thinking: UH OH... they hopefully won't be using this character for 4 seasons. Definitely does not look good, but I'll be pleasantly surprised if they can turn this one around.
In general, this episode was on the better side. It was decent, but the lines still appear forced... it just doesn't feel natural enough. And sometimes there isn't enough dialogue, I feel. It's an awkward balance. There were some raunchy moments in this episode, and some other interesting teen-aged bits (topics of mental illness, body image, pills, shady seduction, bathing suits that were too-small). Tony and Tea are an interesting arc. The chemistry is there, I'm hoping it happens, but it'll take a while. Hoping that by the end of season, on average, it will still be above par.