There are times when Don’t Trust the B— in Apt. 23 is so bizarre that trying to do an accurate recaps seems nearly impossible. But, that’s not really the point, there’s roommate drama and a self-aware James van der Beek, and that’s good enough for me.
Poor June! I’d be depressed if I didn’t have a job or money to pay the rent. But then talking to Robin about her job, and how calm she is while there before she freaks out about her Chloe mousepad, well, that just confirms to me that Robin just represents all fangirls all around the world. It also confirms that June needs to find some other people outside of the apartment and Chloe’s sphere of influence so she’s not so manic at times.
Chloe has managed to pull off the roommate scam on two other people in the one day or something. That’s just sad. I mean, a German roommate is bad enough, especially with the missing stuff. But when Chloe goes to ask James for money, it’s his assistant that says no to the loan. I really love how much sass Luther has when dealing with Chloe, and really a play that hasn’t been read for a year, Chloe, that’s just sad.
James, I’m not sure I’d want jeans that show off my ass so well if it means everything else hurts. Really, it’s not worth it.
Oh Rosalind Chao is getting lots of work this week. Between Bones and this, I’m so glad to see her around. Why does this suddently make me want to watch her as Dr Kim all over again? Maybe it’s time for a rewatch of The OC. That church is really scary though, even if it was supposed to be Baptist.
Why was there just a random montage of Chloe and June making the jam? Oh wait, my question’s been answered since Chloe has started a fetish site for them. Creepy, and more than a little wrong.
That’s an obscene number of cameras, I have to admit. But it’s not right to prove Chloe’s point with some really awkward moments that sound like 1970s porn.
Eli works as a Health Inspector too? Now he’s coming to take all of the jam June made because he claims the conditions weren’t sanitary. I feel bad that June can’t make rent now.
Poor James! He can’t walk in those super-tight jeans of his. That ad placement for James’ jeans is unfortunate though. Who wants to be next to a guy yelling “Meatballs!”?
Robin, do not fantasize about living with Chloe. It’s not a good idea. Just because she’s everything you want in life doesn’t mean you need to live with the perfect girl.
Meatballs! is catching on in ways that James doesn’t want. Not really shocked by it.
I’d feel bad for June for taking advantage of Robin, but I don’t mind watching those random moments with Chloe and Robin for some money.
June admits that she’s been a horrible friend and Chloe isn’t even bothered by it. They really are the worst (or maybe best) roommates for each other. I mean, when Chloe wants to fall in James’ apartment to get money and it backfires so that Robin’s flat on her face. That’s wrong.
Oh Eli! That’s just weird. There really is fetish for everyone!