Kids These Days of the Episode: You know how you can be somewhere and something truly extraordinary can be happening, but you look around only to find that everyone is looking down at their cellphones? That’s how this week’s episode started. Luckily Caleb is back and (I’m assuming) is a 150 year old ghost that is there to remind them of the good ole days.
"Uh…guys. Am I the only one that sees the house that Toby just ran into actively exploding? Guys?"
Who Wore It Best of the Episode:
"This is my black beanie. It matches my hair."
"This is my black beanie. It matches my heart, which has been blackened since my parents announced their inevitable separation. Also, these are my overalls. They match my unrelenting work ethic devoted to getting those two crazy kids back together."
Oops…I Did It Again of the Episode: I could have sworn that somebody slipped on something during this episode.
Oh yeah, right. It was twice.
But I can’t quite remember what she slipped on due to my selective memory that protects me from anything I hear that is SO DISGUSTING that it borderlines on traumatizing. Let’s all just assume she was talking about slipping on the ultra low hanging fringe from her favorite skull emblazoned t-shirt.
Be A Topanga (What’s a Topanga?) of the Episode: Do you all remember when Fred Savage played that professor that tried to get with Topanga? Of course you do. He was the worst. It was so so so creepy and wrong.
You see, I don’t enjoy not liking Aria. I really wish I did. My problem is that Ezra totally reminds me of Fred Savage. My problem is that Topanga and ABC were both like, “No. Stop. You’re making me uncomfortable. This is wrong,” and Aria and ABC Family are saying “This is cute and sexy and here’s Aria topless straddling Ezra and #Ezria4Ever.”
I don’t know guys. I watched Girl Meets World this weekend and I surprisingly didn’t hate it and now I have a lot of Corey and Topanga feels.
Picass-Oh-No! of the Episode:
Why is nobody worried about who the demon is, though?
Get On It, Youtube of the Episode: You know how someone put Nyan Cat on a loop for 10 hours?vSomeone should do that with #PaigeBeScreaming.
I’m pretty sure this was her last scene of the episode so for all we know this is still happening.
Who Wore It Best (Part 2) of the Episode:
"I stayed up all night."
"I stayed up all night."
Other things happened. We talked about them on twitter.
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Anonymous said: You two are literally perfect I spend the majority of my time stalking your blog (oops). I love your account so much you guys have the best blog in the world. Your recaps are better than everything and are really funny. You two are so perfect. I love you guys so much
Aww…you’re too sweet!
But now I kind of feel bad that there hasn’t been much to stalk lately.
So if something juicy happens on tonight’s episode (like Emily punching somebody in the face or Jenna’s most recent domestic explosion actually restoring her eyesight) then I will be sure to recap it for your enjoyment!
Wait I just remembered that Emily once went all stabby stabby on A…
So punching somebody probably wouldn’t be that unexpected.
Anonymous said: I got to busy to watch PLL but recently started again on Netflix i was wondering if it is necessary to watch the recap episode (that's narrated by Mona). Could I skip that episode or will season 4 not make sense if I skip it
You ask this as though this show ever makes sense.
(For real though, I didn’t even know that the recap episode existed so I obviously didn’t watch it but now I wish that I did. Not because I think it would make me less confused, but because I love Mona so much that I would probably watch her narrate the phone book.)
You do you though. Watch it if you want to. Skip it if you want to. Don’t worry about if this show makes sense. Do as Hanna does and don’t overthink it.