Travis, meanwhile, was focused on his attempt to reinvent himself for college. Poor guy. We have tried to reinvent ourselves before. It never works, because unless you’re a sociopath, you can’t drop your real personality without just appearing really fake and giving up eventually. We’ll give him mad props for wanted to reinvent himself as a “silent bad ass, like Harry Potter (but not in the early books, in the last book).” Bobby and Andy show up in his dorm to help him out. All the while, Bobby is trying to bring back cut off shirts and jean shorts as a guy’s look.
Laurie convinced Ellie’s new nanny to try to befriend Ellie, when Ellie just wants to be left alone. It was pretty funny to see Laurie outsmart Ellie like that. In the end, Grayson turned Travis’ bedroom into a jam room, where Grayson could play the guitar, Jules could play drums, and their three friends could pick up the other instruments. With all the wine these people drink, when do they have the time or the brain cells to learn instruments? Haha. We also loved that the credits made fun of Cougar Town's bad, misleading title (and the fact that they made fun of Tampa a lot this week). We also love Travis' roommate. We can't wait for more foot wine and crazy Jules next week.
Episode grade: B