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Thu Jul 26, 2018 12:00 pm
I thought this was a very good episode. It didn’t make me want to cry as much as Charlotte, but still very good. It left me wanting more Ed Washington though. I could see them bringing him back part time now to be honest with you. I said he would do good whether in the club or in the mainstream albums. There is a lot to learn from Ed if not the Washington Family as a whole. I could really see episodes based at Whits End Connellsville being a big deal and a good change every once in awhile. Now that I’m done yapping I would like to know what you think.
Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:51 pm
Yeah, I agree. This episode was painful. Just- several times you feel like your being hit with a sledgehammer of emotions. Wow. This is the kind of episode where you just want to curl up in your bed and sleep for five hours. It was very good though. I cried when I heard Ed again. It's just so refreshing to hear a voice from the past. I did feel like it was kind of a commercial for what's to come though. Or at least about the characters. Several things like when they confirmed that Wooton's humor comes is a coping mechanism. I've been waiting for that. It's actually really satisfying come to think of it. For years people have been stunned when I told them that Wooton was engaged or married because they think he's an idiot. And every time I've said, "NO! Wooton is so smart! He just uses humor to cope! Someone who says something stupid doesn't realize that it's stupid so they don't laugh at it. Wooton ALWAYS laughs at himself." So that's satisfying. We now also know that Detective Polehaus has emotions. (Which I've also been saying for years) And there's a possibility of the Washingtons being on Odyssey more often! (DO IT ODYSSEY) Yeah. A good episode overall. The acting wasn't amazing though. BUT DANG. Luella. I got owned. Like Connie and I were both like, "OH." o_0
Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:53 pm
I'm gonna seriously hurt someone if they rate this episode less than 4 stars. I loved this episode. Tbh, It touched me more than Charlotte. This episode dealt with issues close to my heart. Kids in pain and kids born with a disability will get me every time. A while back I emailed Nathan Hobbler and asked whether they would have an episode on that subject. I just thought it would have been way cooler if the Elisha Foundation had been mentioned. But I loved this episode.
-- Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:55 pm --
PennyBassett wrote: BUT DANG. Luella. I got owned. Like Connie and I were both like, "OH." o_0
I know right!! I about cried when she did that. It was honestly a heartwarming episode!
Thu Jul 26, 2018 8:47 pm
If I have to wait three months to hear this one, then I'mma do that. I'm excited.
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:46 am
I’ve thought about it after hearing the episodes 3x, and surprisingly it still as good after that many times. I just feel like this opens opens up a whole new avenue of story’s that can be written. For Instance, Whit’s End Connellsville is a big one by itself who are the kids who go there? Who are the employees who work there? All these questions that can now be answered because Ed Washington came back and is still around. It’s one of those rarer episodes that’s becomes a classic, while also getting you excited for the future. Could it be I like this more than “Charlotte”?
Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:10 pm
5 out of 5. It is an amazing episode that made me shed tears. This better win best episode for these 2 albums. Perfect episode. A new top 10 episode.
Sat Jul 28, 2018 1:38 pm
GUYS WHAT THE HECK LUELLA WAS PLAYED BY GENNI LONG.
-- Sat Jul 28, 2018 12:54 pm --
Wait. Never mind she wasn't. The wiki messed up. I can't find who played her but it wasn't Genni.
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