Bob's Burgers Season 10, Episode 22 Review - Prank Encounter of the Friend Kind | yahoo201027's Bob's Burgers Reviews
And so, another burger season is now in the books. Normally when it comes to what I would expect this season to go to once we reach the finish line is uh...not imagine a worldwide pandemic to close out the show’s tenth season. And yet here we are. Series 2 of the revived review for Bob’s Burgers from yours truly now in the books and now I need a long-needed vacation, for three to four months, but it’s for the benefit of the doubt. At least we don’t have to endure bullshit for anytime soon. I wanna thank everyone for coming onto these reviews to keep this train moving. Special thanks to the cast and crew of the show for this season and here lies the next one in the Fall. A really special thanks during these tough times to the people putting their lives on the frontlines from nurses and doctors to grocery store workers to post office workers and every other essential workers for doing all the hard work they put up. I wanna thank the Patrons and people who donated to the page...if I have any. And most importantly, I wanna thank you, the reader, for wasting your humble time to check out I got in store for my opinions about each of the twenty-two episodes got to offer for this season now wrapping up. Shame that the movie got moved to next April, now what to do during the summer months? Character discussions? Do reviews back to the very first episode of the series? Something has to be done?!
In this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers, Louise help out a classmate trying to get into the world of pulling some pranks onto the school as Bob play delivery boy, sorry, man, to give a not-so-fully recovered Jimmy Pesto following surgery his medication during his recovery in my spoilerific review of the twenty-second and final episode of Season 10, titled “Prank You For Being a Friend”.
And honestly, this was a good episode to close out the show’s tenth season. Despite some flaws in the way, last episode of the season, you won’t see this again for the next few months, this was pretty much a solid episode, good to say the least, to close out the current, now no longer current season of Bob’s Burgers. It was top notch for Louise to help someone out with something that she likes in the world of pulling pranks and of course, helping someone that you really don’t expect out of the blue and only for that character’s second appearance. That being Kaylee Morganstern, who decided to come back to the show since “A Fish Called Tina” and apparently, this episode somewhat pretty much handled her character that well and her motives of wanting to get into trouble seems a bit vague but there were some key notes from that idea that pretty much assembles what kind of character Kaylee is. So that’s pretty much something to have for this episode.
And I have to give some props to the subplot, while yeah, it seems rather like this was pretty much going nowhere, so much for everyone’s prediction of having the whole “how the Bob/Jimmy rivalry all began” idea for the subplot with Jimmy bedridden following his surgery and Bob giving him the medicine in behest of Trev...yeah, we didn’t get that. And no, don’t say that y’all got robbed with that. But it was simple, but the ending seems alright with the rivalry setting aside and have Bob, Linda, and Jimmy playing race car. And don’t say they have finally put their rivalry to a close. Knowing the show, that reset button has already been pressed and ready to go back to square one once Season 11 rolls in either September or October, just hope that the start date doesn’t get delayed because of the pandemic. That being said, let’s wrap this puppy up for the show’s tenth season with this review of the season finale, this is “Prank You For Being A Friend”.
Starting off the main plot of the season finale with Louise, surprise, surprise, serving detention yet again with Mr. Frond keeping watch on her while working on his dolls with...no one but them in the room. Man, I guess some students who were supposed to be in detention pretty much got a free pass except for Louise, huh? Yeah, so Louise here, this isn’t her first bite of the cherry because this is the fourth day, day four, of her being in detention. I mean wow, that would pretty much be a record for Louise here for getting detention for four days straight in a single week. Would say if anyone would dare to match or even beat her record but...we advise you to not do that and don’t want to be bare responsible for having folks doing that. Louise got into trouble thanks to bringing in a bag of cockroaches, fake cockroaches to say the least that she found from the trash bins of Wonder Wharf that gave Louise the idea of using the cockroaches that landed her to where we are to start off the episode. Thus putting her into probation and a massive hammer ready to be thrown if she were to go through with the rubber cockroaches in what according to her, a fate worse than death in a little after school group called Thinkgineers. A group that pretty much put the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse to shame and no, it’s not a jab at Disney since they own the show now which I hope this page doesn’t get taken down by the mouse and I gave Star vs, Milo Murphy’s Law, and Gravity Falls some praise thank you very much. So it’s pretty much pick your poison for Louise with either don’t pull the cockroach prank at the school or pull the prank and be part of the group that is pretty much the equivalent of a school group that make church youth groups into choir boys and not the good kind. Of course, while Frond gives Louise a lecture, outside of the window...
We have a certain someone stalking through the bushes before heading back into hiding and no surprise since the looks gave it away, it’s Kaylee who happened to be hid herself back to the bushes and once Louise exit out from detention, we have Kaylee once again hiding herself from Louise and ran off. So apparently Louise have yet another stalker in her grade, Millie should probably file a lawsuit over what Kaylee is doing. But regardless once arriving back to the restaurant from detention and onto the next day at school with Louise talking to both Gene and Tina about Kaylee and questions her intentions and of course, we got a little continuity coming from Tina when mentioning about Kaylee from Louise with the events from the episode earlier in the season in “A Fish Called Tina” with Tina calling Kaylee the fourth grader who pretty much went with everyone but her. Yes Tina, we were there. You went fucking overboard trying to get her to like you and that was pretty much hard to watch. I mean she’s a fourth-grade girl, not one of Pavlov’s test subjects out through the outskirts of pre-Soviet Russia. Louise talks to her siblings about why Kaylee is doing what she’s doing with the whole stalking around in the shadows like it’s a game of hide and seek...
Where we have Louise walking away from her siblings and meet up with Kaylee, who is not that good in lying to her hiding behind the tree and also not good in stalking people, which would probably tell her how to stalk better but uh...yeah, that doesn’t sound like a good idea to come up with. Kaylee breaks and tells Louise the truth about why she’s stalking around her in a somewhat daily basis and reveals to her that she wants to get into trouble and coming to Louise, who happened to be the queen of getting into trouble with the officials, is probably the best she can go with. Much like with Susmita last season when she had trouble trying to get a boy to like her and ended up going to Tina for advice, going towards one of the Belcher siblings for advice to get through stuff whether if it’s Susmita with boy trouble and goes to Tina or Kaylee with trouble-trouble and goes to Louise. Next you’ll say we’ll have someone like...I don’t know, have Alex go to Gene for advice when it comes to all thing's music. So Kaylee goes to Louise and want to get in trouble so she can have her parents take out and put into homeschool, which uh...yeah Kaylee...the quarantine with the ongoing pandemic is pretty much doing the job for you. Though what Kaylee is saying with the idea of her wanting to be in trouble and have her parents to pull her out of there, it’s like the girl wants to be straight up expelled from the school rather than being pulled out and think that the place isn’t the right fit for her. Louise is flattered over the idea of having her under her wing but apparently don’t want to because she’s now a step away from joining the Thinkgineers and that’s something that Louise don’t want in the foreseeable future but knowing that we’re only less than five minutes into the episode, it looks like Louise have no other choice but to accept Kaylee’s offer and decided to help her out pulling some pranks. Thus, the fourth grader known as Kaylee Morganstern has now become Louise’s padawan in the world of pranks to achieve Kaylee’s goal. Why now, I mean she has a ponytail and most padawans have those braids over the shoulder and might as well use our imagination for that.
So this wasn’t long until the lesson on pranks begins to take its course with Louise painting a carrot stick with glue with her talking to Gene and Tina about Kaylee’s goal to her out of the school as she walks her way to the classroom with Louise having Kaylee to have a go and unleash the prank with the carrot that is painted with glue for Ms. LaBonz to pick it up and mistakes it as chalk...except that Kaylee may have some mixed feelings about the whole thing despite being warm-up practice because she doesn’t want the teachers to be mad at her. Which is pretty much one of the ways to get your goal there, girl. Of course, that practice run decided to go down the drain with LaBonz calling on both Louise and Kaylee to come into the classroom as class now begins to take its session. Yeah, not so much a good practice run to have the girl doing the dirty deed and it looks like making someone who happened to listen to authority like Kaylee into a rule breaker and make sure she gets what she wanted is going to be as harder than it looks.
Thus after school arrives with Louise and Kaylee at Louise’s room, yeah so I guess that’s like what? The fourth person who isn’t related to Louise what come into her room? Maybe fifth? I know the first three, being Teddy, Jessica, and Zander all came into Louise’s room without her permission and how Millie got to turn her room into a carbon copy of Louise’s still remains a mystery, still think that she pretty much snuck into the house without anyone noticing. Where to Kaylee here pretty much invited by Louise to come into her room. So Louise decided to have yet another trial run, this time with Gene and Tina dressed up as adults, of course Tina, still not over the whole mentorship fiasco and not forgetting that Tina did made Kaylee uncomfortable for playing hard to get that pretty much all on her. Seriously Tina, get over it. The damage is already done anyway.
Tina and Gene are all dressed up as adults with Louise helping Kaylee how to deal with authority figures and how to piss them off without chickening out with Louise having her to knock a cup of water off with Gene and Tina watching and ready to discipline her in this scenario. Though that this is Louise’s room...we’ll make sure that we have her gravestone ready if a drop of the water touches the floor. Though of course, Kaylee doesn’t want to do it and Louise have to force her to do whether she likes it or not with Gene and Tina watching the two fighting over whether or not the cup should be knocked down and it looks like things are really going to be harder than it really looks because Kaylee here is pretty much a rule follower and she wants to get into massive trouble so she can get pulled out and converting a rule follower into a rule breaker isn’t going to be easy for Louise here, especially with someone who pretty much doesn’t have something negative in her records, a clean slate that Louise now have put some stains on it as the week drags on.
Which leads to the montage we have here with Kaylee pulling through with various pranks from placing a fake out of order sign at the bathroom doors to placing a hot dog onto the mug to writing on the chalkboard, though not with chalk, but each of the pranks, each of the one pranks we see in that montage, we have a teacher coming in or walking by whether if it’s Blevins or Schnur or anyone really (probably Frond IDK) and thus causing her to panic and her fear of getting a teacher mad kicked in and bowed out leading to the end of the montage with Kaylee successfully putting up the sign on the bathroom door as we switch over to the cafeteria with Kaylee feeling the thrills of what pulling a prank feels like eating spicy food for the first time even though you ate mild mixed with lemon rather than the type of spice that might give your tongue fourth degree burns but it looks like that doesn’t stop Kaylee from what she did but that was only a practice run and now Louise have to think of a bigger one, not like in the level of “the mother of all pranks that she can come up with” but she has to think of something, even though Tina across from her saying that maybe it’s a bad idea and just be a square, to Kaylee. But Louise won’t follow what Tina said and come up with a big prank but need to find some help for both her and Kaylee to unleash some hell.
Enter the Thinkgineers and look at that, we have Rudy here being a member of the group that pretty much make the youth church group look like frauds in a middle of a bad neighborhood in the mean streets of Detroit. Don’t think that you’re out of the spotlight just because the season is over with, Detroit. We’re on to your asses. Rudy’s in the group but not in punishment and more of him being a member of the group. But then we have Zeke, who got punished into temporarily joined the group for two lunch periods a week and during after school hours but appears to be enjoying it. Anyway, Louise saw the mini catapult with Rudy using the spoon as the throwing object and have a lightbulb shining above her head and found her idea but have to think outside the box and must make a bigger one and have the group as the handymen to help her out, even though Rudy may have some mixed feeling about where Louise is going with this and thinks that the group is mostly full of peaceful people and never used their organization for something evil like pulling a prank. But knowing Louise, she manipulates the group into helping both her and Kaylee to pull the perfect prank to help her (Kaylee) achieve her goal to get out of the school.
That is until Frond calls Louise into his office with Louise telling the guy she did nothing wrong...yet. Though that’s not what why Louise was summoned to Frond’s office over the whole cockroach catapult idea being resurrected but instead, only got brought in over the Kaylee issue. Apparently, Frond got some ideas coming from the teachers with her behavior and all fingers are pointing at Louise. I mean, it almost feels like Frond calling Louise a bad influence to someone who follow the rules like Kaylee, in which Louise called bullshit because she thinks that she’s not a bad influence on people around her and fun around to be with. Yeah...yeah, that seems about right coming from Louise. She’s not a bad person despite that she’s someone who can’t be bothered with, who pretty much ruled the school with an iron fist, but also have somewhat of a sweet side in some episodes but that’s another explanation for another time. Rather than throwing the Thinkgineer hammer onto Louise, he assigns her into a little side project that may have something to do with Kaylee and with the ongoing situation with her...Frond wants Louise to commit espionage and report, or rather in layman’s terms, spy and snitch on Kaylee if the plan goes into full effect without any interruption. Which Louise probably can’t stand the idea of ratting someone out who went to her for some help but when Frond brought the proposition that includes giving her immunity from joining the Thinkgineers and getting the probation label off of her back, it pretty much a deal that Louise can’t refuse. On one hand, yeah, this seems wrong because Kaylee really want to want to do this and really worked hard under Louise to pull some pranks to reach a common goal that she’s now close to achieving. But snitching would probably be something that seems out of character for her. But at the same time, total immunity from joining the Thinkgineers and get the probation label removed out of her seems like a good thing for Louise for this time and this time only but would cause some friction between her and Kaylee. Guess what option Louise chose?
She chooses Option B; she’s going with checking up on Kaylee as a new day arrives with Tina breathing a sigh of relief with Louise having Kaylee to call off the prank...or so she thinks because it looks like the prank is still going on. So Tina, if you’re feeling optimistic over the whole giving up on the prank thing, well...looks like that ain’t going to happen and the plan will continue between her and Kaylee.
Having the two, along with the guys from the Thinkgineers, coming up with a foolproof plan with a prank that will get Kaylee to the promised land of being sent home by making a giant catapult at the corner of the cafeteria and preparing to launch the rubber cockroaches and have it spread around the whole place around 12:27 with them sneaking into the lunch room to set the prank up with Zeke volunteering to distract the lunch ladies and once that’s done, the guys will be set away from the where the catapult is at with Louise and Kaylee standing near the contraction for it to be launched.
And so moments passed with the plan now intact, phase one of course, with phase two of the prank now ready to be in full effect with everyone sitting in the now peanut gallery with Gene protecting his food from the soon to be launched rubber cockroaches with Tina having no other choice but to watch this firework show with Kaylee feeling the thrill of ready to have to pull the prank of her lifetime with Louise on her side and ready to pack her bags and ready to tell the school to suck it and it’s home sweet home forever...until Louise hears the real reason why she wants to get out of school forever. Which pretty much kind of settles what kind of a character we have for Kaylee here since being introduced earlier in the season. She’s pretty much someone who has no social life, possibly an introvert, and thinks that she probably thought to herself that she doesn’t felt fitting in, thus having Louise to feel sorry for the girl and must stop the plan before it’s too late. Trying to stop Kaylee from reaching the catapult and cause a scene with everyone watching from the comfort of their tables where their fight leads to them falling at the corner and have the trash cans knocked down, thus having Frond to come and caught them red handed with the bucket of rubber cockroaches ready to be fired but it looks like the prank isn’t going to get the green light. It’s like the student is about to become the master but it looks like that student decided to go to the dark side after a change of plans.
Louise and Kaylee are at Frond’s office with Frond not happy over what happened back at the cafeteria with Louise breaking her part of the deal to watch over Kaylee which...let’s face it, she was going to, and she did, but she still want to do it just for a few laughs. It was there at the fine print that somehow you didn’t check to read on. With Frond ready to call Kaylee’s parents to pick her up, which is something that Kaylee want and pretty much have her way until Louise decided to step up to the plate and try to defend her. Saying to him that yes, Kaylee did want to pull the prank, get into trouble, and have her parents to pull her out from the school, giving her what she wanted. But then coming from the horse’s mouth, saying the real reason she wants to be pulled out is that she’s a social outcast and feels like she doesn’t fit right in, convincing Kaylee that yeah, making some friends is going to be tough than it looks than in like different forms of entertainment but locking herself in a room in her house isn’t going to solve anything. Or at least it was until this whole mess came into the picture, thanks a lot coronavirus. With Frond feeling impressed over what Louise did and turning it into a life lesson but also Kaylee, who pretty much felt better about herself following the whole fiasco and going to take her word for it. Now...uh...them being friends...uh...with this episode...sorta...maybe...I guess. Baby steps. But for now, it looks like Kaylee may have her eyes set on the Thinkgineers, which...okay I could see why not since she thinks that she’s the mastermind behind the prank despite that it was pretty much Louise the whole time but think it’s the best to take the heat for her. So that’s something...that and Rudy tried to turn himself in and try to save both Louise and Kaylee but uh...little late there, buddy. Kaylee pretty much turned herself in.
Thus ending the main plot of the season with Kaylee, now a member of the Thinkgineers, appearing to have some fun around with the members of the group with Louise and Frond watching over at the door, of course with Zeke now wanting to get out of the group that pretty much went all fun and games turning into somewhat of a youth group with no escape. Thus, closing out main plot and episode of the season, till we get to the subplot momentarily, with Frond questioning why Kaylee would join a group like the Thinkgineers. Louise in agreement but apparently seems fine with her being there because she think that she found her people and get to stay at Wagstaff with the two, being Louise and Frond, giving a high five though with Louise throwing a cockroach through Frond like one of those joke cans you find in party stores. And that was the main plot of the episode, the last one for this season. And now, to the final subplot of the show’s tenth season and it looks like things...are probably going to get wonky.
So as the main plot begins to take place with the whole Louise and Kaylee thing, Bob gets a phone call from Trev from across the street about Jimmy Pesto, which pretty much going behind his back with him telling Bob that Jimmy recently got hernia surgery and was supposed to deliver his medication for his recovery as soon as tomorrow but apparently, Trev got tied up to get his uncle’s stamp collection and asks Bob to do the job for him. Though Bob has to turn down the offer mostly because...well he’s Jimmy Pesto and dude is pretty much an ass and asks Trev if Jimmy have any other friends that either one can deliver the medicine but...eh, something tells me the fucker doesn’t even have friends huh? And having Bob to take the medicine to Jimmy seems like a last resort and although this feels like a prison sentence, it looks like Bob doesn’t have a choice in the matter and now have to give Jimmy Pesto his hernia medicine for his recovery. A choice that may probably soon regret over. Just be lucky that this will for a short time, much like the McRib during the fall months.
So we finally got a glimpse of the condo that Bouchard stated in that tweet from long ago about where does Jimmy Pesto live and disappoint certain people that they don’t live above the restaurant like the Belchers, you know which certain group I’m talking about, with Bob pressing the button that happened to be a doorbell for each of the room with Jimmy answering the buzzer with Bob wanting to enter so he can drop the medicine off but in your usual Jimmy Pesto asshole-ness, decided to mess around with Bob, causing him to leave with the medicine until Jimmy decided to open the door for him and of course, we finally get to see what the condo looks like other than that little tease from “Family Fracas” and “Every Which Way But Goose”.
And it looks like Jimmy here is pretty much loaded with the living room here from the indoor bar to an indoor golf set to an exercise machine and even a slot car table with the slot cars placed over there that Bob seems to be gazed upon like a kid entering a toy store for the first time but Jimmy have him snapped out of it for him to just drop the medicine off so he can rest and for Bob to head back to the restaurant. Or if that the case, with Jimmy Pesto resting and for Bob to have some fun to pass the time while Jimmy falls asleep. Recreational for Jimmy to pass the time but something tells me it’s probably for either Jimmy Jr or both Andy and Ollie to do and probably mess around with the stuff like what Bob is going to do.
And tells both Linda and Teddy about what happened while over there with Linda and Teddy showing some concerns to say the least questioning why Bob would ever go to Jimmy Pesto’s place other than just dropping off the medicine in behest of Trev, who should probably get the uncle thing out of the way by now and help his boss out but looks like Bob is continuing doing that so he can mess around with some stuff. But be lucky that he’s not planning on taking the stuff from the place because that would be bad and pretty much a bad look for the guy. Then again, better than have the stuff being broken into pieces on...let’s say Andy and Ollie, let’s go with that.
Bob, the next day as the prank takes place for both Louise and Kaylee, arrives once again at Jimmy Pesto’s with him dropping off the medicine, Jimmy Pesto asks Bob to leave as he is ready to rest and for Bob to play around and so it does with Bob going to the slot car section and play a few round before going to the exercise machine and decided to have a go, well until he becomes trapped and got flipped upside down and the noises he make cause Jimmy Pesto to wake up from his nap, livid over Bob in what he’s doing while he was sleeping for a while until he noticed Bob being trapped, embarrassing himself, causing Jimmy to laugh despite that he had the hernia surgery and pretty much hurting his sides while laughing at Bob’s embarrassment which last for a long while. Though surprising that Jimmy’s insides didn’t like explode during that laugh fit because of his surgery...just be lucky that didn’t happen...I guess. So there’s that. Just be lucky Trev doesn’t get the call because...oh boy. Don’t think that either Jimmy Jr or Andy and Ollie might come in because school, can’t be bothered. Also if you’re one of the folks who were hoping for that little origin of how the rivalry came to be...yeah, sorry about that. Maybe in the movie come 2021. Go ask Bouchard on Twitter on when that’s going to be settled since we got a long hiatus to suffer.
Onto the last scene of the subplot of the tenth season with Linda coming into the restaurant and noticed Bob being stuck on the machine with his face now turning red courtesy of the blood rushing to his read and got him out of the machine, now in need of some recovering and hopefully doesn’t get a nosebleed in that, trust me, it can a pain with that. With Bob apologizing to Jimmy for messing with his stuff while resting following taking the medicine for his hernia and ready to head out with Linda until Jimmy Pesto, in a surprising turn for someone like him, asking the two if it’s okay for them to stay behind for a bit and it looks like the subplot and very much this review ends with Bob, Linda, and Jimmy all playing slot car races to pass the time. So to close out the season...we have somewhat of a character development...for someone like Jimmy freaking Pesto?! Okay, I’m done with 2020. I’m done with 2020. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against with the idea of development and you think that we would have a bit of an origin but...okay. Okay. I’m okay. And don’t think that they’re now friends over this. Because knowing the show, this is a sitcom and just because the season ended doesn’t mean that they’re automatically makes them BFFs, they’re going to head back to hating each other anyway and that’s not me being hyperbolic, that’s me pretty much accepting reality with the show’s lore. So at least enjoy it while y’all can cause come Season 11, it’s pretty much going back to square one with these two.
So all and all, what do I think about this season finale of Bob’s Burgers? And apparently, this was a pretty good episode to close out the show’s tenth season. Sure, in my mind, it didn’t get a really good, somewhat perfect score for this episode, but it does pretty much serve its purpose to close out the season with the right amount of ingredients to make it enjoyable. Mostly coming from the two plots that make up the season finale.
The main plot of the episode was something I appear to enjoy the most with Louise helping Kaylee out trying to pull a prank to get out of the school. While the idea seems a little vague with the beginning with her with her wanting to get out of the school because she just doesn’t want to be in it until later on where we get the side note of the goal and that pretty much establishes what kind of a character Kaylee is and also caused Louise to stop the prank and even have to use force to stop her. I mean yeah, we were just introduced to Kaylee not too long ago in this season and probably didn’t even bother touching her character other than being uncomfortable around Tina but did end up coming from the horse’s mouth that she’s pretty much a social outcast who had some trouble making some friends and thinks that she doesn’t fit in and thus, having her to go to Louise to pull a prank to get her out, taking Louise to pretty much tell her that locking yourself from the world isn’t going to solve anything, pretty much giving her some enlightenment about the whole thing, thus having Kaylee to join the Thinkgineers and appears to have some fun with the other members of the group, which surprises both Louise and Frond all together about her decision but at least Louise respected her decision because that means that she won’t be leaving Wagstaff at any given time.
Now...Louise and Kaylee...don’t know where this land when it comes to the friendship scale because following this episode, with the whole trying to pull a prank onto the school...don’t say that they’re automatically friends...sorta...maybe. I mean we got Kaylee being happy with the Thinkgineers, a choice that Louise pretty much have to respect over what Kaylee did because she gets to stay at Wagstaff and also have some friends of her own. I’m sure they’ll click in future episodes, so don’t pretty much consider to be the last we see of Kaylee Morganstern once Season 11 rolls on in.
And the subplot was alright and it’s mostly Bob having some fun in a job offer that pretty much against it at first because this is Jimmy Pesto, only for him to have some fun with his stuff lying around the apartment while asleep much like a kid at a toy store. And it was all fun and games until Bob gets stuck on the machine and have Linda to come in and take him out of it and ready to leave but then we have Jimmy Pesto asking Bob and Linda to stick around and play some slot cars. Which is kinda surprising to see him being that nice and this is coming from the guy who recently got out of hernia surgery because why not. People would see this as baby steps but some think that they finally settled their rivalry aside and think everything is all puppies and rainbows to close out the season because we gotta need something light during this pandemic. No. Back to square one come the Fall. Consider this an armistice between these two sides since we have Pesto recovering from the surgery and coming from the horse’s mouth, being Trev, yeah...it looks like, like Kaylee, Jimmy doesn’t have any other friends that isn’t Trev. Huh.
So final thoughts, a very good episode to close out the season. The main plot is what I enjoyed the most with Louise helping Kaylee to pull a prank with a vague goal for Kaylee only to pretty much establish what, rather, who Kaylee really is and have Louise to go the full 180 from ready to fire the prank to hitting the brakes on it after hearing the real reason why she wants to leave. And the subplot was alright with the ending that pretty much putting the rivalry to have a cease fire before going back to square one once the new season arrives. So I’ll give “Prank You For Being A Friend”...
A 9 out of 10. But that’s my opinion and now I want to hear yours. What do you think about this week’s season finale? Do you like it? Do you hate it? Would you consider Louise a bad influence? Would you consider joining the Thinkgineers? Do you think Louise and Kaylee will click for future episodes? Are steps being made between both Bob and Jimmy Pesto? All that and your mini review in the comments down below.
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