I will bring my opinion to you later when I have time.
-- Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:06 am --
All right, so here's what I have for you:
Jillian. I had made the old, tired joke that Jillian would be the Jillian from Despicable Me 2.
I had to pause the episode at 45 seconds. I just... I just couldn't. I didn't think in the whole entire world...
Okay, so besides that being a completely distracting trait of this episode, why on earth do Connie and Jules need this roommate? Why? This feels like the writers saying "you know what, Connie and Jules have no plot lines left. They need yet another distracting character in order for us to get them into weird situations!" Connie and Jules have plenty of plot lines! I don't understand why they have to shove Jillian into the picture. They could have at least slapped us with Renee Carter or something.
But perhaps we'll get to the next episode and find out that Jillian has disappeared into the Timothy Center vortex, never to be heard from again.
Jay has audacity. "This is Zoe. She is my future wife." Not an exact quote from the episode, but he announced that Zoe is his future wife, and it so bold that I couldn't help but laugh!
Honestly, when Jay started choking on jellybeans, I started laughing. I don't know if being 17 is now contributing to my... sarcastic attitude towards Odyssey, especially lately. Are we supposed to feel sorry for Jay? I was busting a gut.
Yeah, I'm messed up.
The plot line with Zoe being the hero and Olivia being the not hero was all right. I like how it turned out, it didn't go the way I was expecting, and Jay ended up being the hero. Pretty cool.
So, I think the poll I put up has the kind of mood swings I had in there. I bounced around, when first hearing Jillian my reaction was "WHAT on Earth is this... I can't even..." Then I bounced to a two, then to a four, then down to a three after hearing the whole thing. My rating is three stars.
I'm Monty Whittaker's greatest fan. member of the K.R.E