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Episode Reviewed: No Boundaries (445)
"No Boundaries" is an AIO episode in the
album "In Your Wildest Dreams" that actually deserves to be in it. You probably
already know that I cannot stand split episodes, so I was pleased that there were at least
three normal episodes in it.
The reason I am fond of "No Boundaries" is
because we get to see what Alex Jefferson's parents are like. Actually we see two sides to
them, the first side being that they really care about Alex by not letting him stay up
late (among other things), and the other side (in Alex's imagination through the Room of
Consequence) being that they care about him and try a new way to keep him happy by having
no restrictions on him.
I thought that the author of the book Alex's parents
are referring to is rather cute. "The American Psychopathic Society: made a nice
little hidden laugh on this AIO episode.
What I wish that AIO would have done after this episode is have
more episodes dealing with Mandy's brother David Straussburg. It is true that AIO is
having shortages on actors, why not have David Straussburg as a new character? He would
make a nice one.
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