Good episode, but not my favorite. This one seemed very fillery for some reason, even though it did advance certain stories alot.
Kyle/Amanda took a huge step forward tonight. Kyle made the decision to tell Amanda about himself, which is something that it took him a long time to do with the Tragers. But I think he realizes that if he says nothing, then he loses her. Tough position, but like the title say, he's caught between a rock and a hard place.
While I understand Amanda's issue, I do wish she could have picked a better way to talk with Kyle about it. If it is bothering her so much that she has to b!tch him out about it, then she really should have said something earlier. Instead, she let it fester until she exploded at him. So not cool.
Lori/Declan holding pattern is firm. One of them can't be with someone else without making the other jealous. This is sorta cute, and really annoying. Either make up/out or something. This holding pattern is starting to piss me off.
That TA is a total love interest for Lori. The classic meet and hate. Totally funny. And sorta predictable.
I have to say that as soon as I heard $120 missing, I thought of the concert tickets. I assumed that maybe Josh had done something, but that didn't make much sense, so I discounted the idea. Then, they figured it out and I felt a certain sense of vindication. And Josh blackmailing the boss was classic.
Josh and Andy are cute, but not cloying. The fun snarkiness and everything is just neat. Andy could be a total drag if they wrote her wrong, but her sheer spunk in the face of everything makes her a wonderful breath of fresh air in the show.
Brian is rapidly getting one my nerves. His blatant manipulation of Jessi is sad. I don't think she'll ever be able to see through it until it is too late. Which is really unfortunate.
And Adam Baylin is back. Is this good or not? Inquiring minds want to know....