|By The Huntington from Boston, Massachusetts, USA (Sutton Foster) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons|
Yes, that’s really the title of this episode. This show is so crazy. It’s like Amy Sherman-Palladino loves Game of Thrones even more than Leeard. Wait, not possible. Anyway, this show worked really hard to fit that reference in, even when it made no sense. Fanny is looking for a new Clara, and no one wants to fill the role. Fanny has gone crazy. Once of the dancers has a black eye. COMICAL. Sasha doesn’t like cheerleading, and Michelle gave her a talk about how she needs to suck it up and go back to ballet. It seemed to go well.
Michelle tries to get a new market to open in town, with no success. The bartender hits on Michelle and then buys her a coffeemaker. Boo tried to make up with Carl and even got a kiss from him, but then she ruins it again. Ginny has a crush on Charlie now, and Boo thinks she broke “bra code.” Carl hears Boo scolding Ginny and just leaves. Boo realizes she’s an idiot who lost Carl again.
Kirk from Gilmore Girls shows up as a coffee barista who takes his art very seriously. He’s won awards and takes forever to make a cup of coffee. It was really funny, especially in the cold open, but we hope he doesn’t stick around. The joke has been told. We also thought it was funny when Ginny was acting so weird around Charlie. The Truly stuff was funny too. A little of her goes a long way. We want Michelle to at least give the bartender a try, but he doesn’t seem like endgame for her, does he? It might be fun though. She needs fun.
Those cheerleading outfits were cute. We still don’t know what this show wants to do with its characters or where it’s going, if it’s going anywhere, but we enjoyed this hour of TV. If the show doesn't get a second season though, we understand. If it weren't summer (when there are fewer shows), we probably wouldn't still be watching it.
Episode grade: B