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Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off—Reaction

Wow. We are finally at that day, of that month, of that year. And I, Joshua himself, has made it here, on this blog. Welcome to my reaction and partial review of Rydell, Part 10, LCTWTO.

  • Ah, that classic 2010 theme song. Just a suggestion, but maybe it should change?
  • Pretty music.
  • Grrrr, that Ties that Bind villian.
  • Okay, this is awkward. Imagine seeing Suzu after The Rydell Revelations.
  • You’re suspicious, Rydell.
  • Oh great, here we go again.
  • You know, I’m kinda glad to see Morrie and Suzu in detention. But I would like to see them in a different kind of detention, if you know what I mean (wink, wink)
  • Why won’t Emily just show Ms. Adelaide her own phone?
  • Incriminating yourself again, are you Suzu?
  • Someone is stealing the staff’s phones!? I knew this would get interesting!
  • Hey, that was in the album preview.
  • Friend? Yeah, right.
  • They wanted them in detention! Hey, Clubhouse Magazine mysteries help my mystery solving skills.
  • This flattery stuff does not work on Emily.
  • Well, I like how Morrie is going for redemption stage, kind of.
  • So Jay’s in middle school again.
  • What are you doing Jay? –eye roll–
  • Jules listens to Elvis?
  • That kid is a hoot.
  • No! Suzu’s breaking in? Great, just great. And I was starting to trust her, too.
  • Sarcastic, oh yeah, that’s gonna win her over, Morrie.
  • Your going to get suspended, Rydell.
  • Something is afoot in the wind.
  • Interesting…..
  • Alright, the principal, the vice principal and that other person, I don’t remember.
  • Not Further from the Truth music! Now I don’t trust any of you!
  • Buck! Polehaus was right! He is a criminal!
  • “You just picked the school office door lock, dude!”😂 That’s pretty funny.
  • Wait is Jules locked in there, or is it…Jay?!
  • She knows who Buck is, right?
  • Isn’t pulling a fire alarm when there’s no fire against the law?
  • Did she confess her feelings for Buck in there? If not, I don’t want to know.
  • Now we’re like on, the Other Side of the World from the Truth? What even is the truth anymore?!
  • They will get suspended, right?
  • The flattery is still not working.
  • I don’t trust Mr. Whittaker either, so I’m with you Emily.
  • Oh, that was so mean, Emily. Don’t get me wrong I agree completely, but still….
  • This is like Tom Riley and Richard Maxwell.
  • Thier team?
  • No, no, please don’t end, nooooooooooooooooo………….
  • So does this fall into Rydell Saga or Buck and Jules? I guess a little bit of both.

Okay, let’s start with what I liked. I liked hearing Morrie be semi-normal, same with Suzu. I also liked hearing Emily’s outcry against the two of them. I’ve wanted to hear that come out of her mouth for a long time. Story, good. There was no pointless dramatic intensification just to end with a disappointing un-climatic denouement. It stayed the same throughout the episode. It wasn’t another Further from the Truth, but only because I didn’t expect too much. The comedy was also okay coming from Jay and Morrie. The cliffhanger was alright. Solid. Now, I didn’t like Morrie’s sarcasm. We’ve already established that he’s a bad kid, so the witty remarks about truth and all that were a little unnecessary. Also, how come we didn’t get an answer to the three people thing? That was the one thing I was expecting. All in all this was good, I liked it. I’m saving all my juicy bits for a full-on review later on. Anyway:

Goodbye everyone, and Goodnight.


Published by Donald Treply

Chief writer for AIO Writer's Block and AIO fan. Sums it up pretty well, I guess.

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