Secondly, Emma doodles her mom’s name on the notepad in the kitchen that people use to leave Dr. Mercer his messages. Of course, her dad saw it, because Emma also left him a message from a patient who called. Emma did that dumb thing even though she was pretty sure that the male Mercer is hiding something and she shouldn’t tip her hand. We have trouble rooting for dumb characters. There is only room for one stupid character in our hearts, and that is Katniss Everdeen of The Hunger Games (who took about 100 pages longer than anyone else to figure out what was going on throughout the entire series).
Two awesome things this week: We found out that Nisha used to be Sutton’s best friend. We need more info on Sutton and her evil ways, and apparently so does Emma. The other awesome thing is, of course, Laurel, who is by far the prettiest and coolest character on this show. We love her deadpan humor, and taking the fall for Ethan saved him from weeks of ass-raping, a record that would prevent him from ever getting a good job, and life without Emma. We mean Sutton. Not really. Emma/Ethan is definitely going to happen. Anyway, the point is that we’d totally take a sister who would take the fall to keep our boyfriends out of jail. That’s loyalty, even if she was only repaying a favor.
We guess the episode title was cute too. But after an interesting premise, this show is starting to drag, and we don't know where it is headed. Plus, the dumbness. Will we watch next week? To quote another female dummy, "You betcha."
Episode Grade: C+