It’s April 1999, so Steve has finally gotten around to knowing what the Y2K bug and spectacularly overreacting with his doomsday prepping. Is this a healthy response to a possible technological meltdown or, as Janet suspects, a pretext for putting off planning for their future together? Recovering sex addict Katie decides she wants to take her relationship with David to the next level after fourteen months of celibacy; David is so horny that he goes with it instead of considering the implications of what she’s asking of him. An ex-colleague of Matt’s dumps a toxic waste cancer cluster case on him, which Matt is able to pursue thanks to Dylan’s generous backing — even after Matt tells him one of the defendants is Hunter Oil & Chemical. Noah’s pissed. Then a series of farcical events leads to Dylan and Gina watching a nannycam video of an oblivious Matt and Kelly getting it on. Dylan’s pissed. Dylan’s attempts to get over his jealousy by staging an over-the-top date for Gina leads her to accuse him of having boned Kelly in Mexico, which he doesn’t deny. Gina’s pissed. In the background, Donna taps a pro beach volleyball player as her menswear muse, though she should be less worried about his pants than hers, which get increasingly hot for him as the episode wears on. We discuss it all in our podcast on “The End Of The World As We Know It”!
- 📅 Published December 31, 2018
- 🖼️ View visual aids for this episode