Our next guest episode reviewer is Disillusioned. All opinions and statements made belong to the person making them (Disillusioned)
Written by Disillusioned
Dana, Dana, Dana!! Dont be so surprised that I'm talking directly to you. What-did you think I was going to let your comment on my review last week go unnoticed? Well if you did, then you gotta 'nother thing coming! You see, this isn't about trying to justify what I said about Jeremy last week to you. Oh no!! There is no use for any of that nonsense because it would only lead to more mindless nonsense with me telling you why I wrote what I wrote and you trying to tell what I really meant by writing it, which of course, you can't simply because only I know how I intend something to sound and your response, in turn, is only YOUR interpretation of what I am writing. There is nothing more and nothing less to that subject.
And oh how so contradictory were some of your statements last week saying stuff like how this blog is so biased against one person (Jeremy) because some of us write the Revelations on him. Um...excuse me for a minute before I choke to death with laughter!!
Just because two reviewers periodically may say things about Jeremy that you don't like doesnt make this site biased...unless, of course, you are...which you seem to be in stating (I'm reading in between the lines of your comments last week) that if there were more pro Jeremy reviewers, this blog would be so totally equal man and be oh so cheery with lemon drops and gum drops (oh what a blog that would be!!! C'mon, sing it with me Roloff Cult!! :-D)
Yeah...contradictory to say the least. In all seriousness though, in a complete 180, I do wanna thank you for at least speaking your mind and sharing your thoughts. I do appreciate it and I assure you that I pass no judgment on you. The ironic thing is is that I honestly just came across something as I was writing this and I wanted to share it with you and the rest of the Roloff Cult: "Do not repay evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble in the sight of all." (Ephesians 4:29-5:1)
*The show basically starts with Jacob complaining about not having his phone for their camping trip. He says Matt and Amy don't like him always having his phone because he texts too much but he says he only wants it so he can listen to music while camping.
*That's innocent enough isnt it? By the way, he has a friend with him so he really wouldn't be on it that much would he? For heavens sake, let the guy have his way for once!!
*Matt says that when Jake is mad you have to move heaven and earth to get him back in a good mood so he says that since Jake is often left out, they decided to at least let him bring a friend along to camp with him. FINALLY JACOB GETS A LITTLE JUSTICE!! ;-)
*So as they are driving towards the campsite, Jeremy is being a complete backseat driver trying to tell Matt where to go. Oh that Jeremy is quite the talker now isn't he? Suddenly they are hit with a roadblock!...snow? Hmm...camping in the winter? I guess is perfect for some, I dont know.
*Meanwhile Amy, Molly and one of Molly's friends are shown, after a commercial, at the beach flying kites. Soon Amy starts trying to build a sandcastle and forgets that her purse is laying on the sand near the water with high tide coming in. Wouldn't you know it, a wave washes up and soaks Amy's purse, damaging her camera and phone! Oh no!...I totally didnt see that coming! Oh wait...yes I did.
*Back with the boys now and Jer and his friends go boating and leave Jake out like always. Matt says Jake is too young to hang with the older boys and Jake looks and sounds disappointed. :' (
*Zach stays around though to create some memories with Jacob and his friend Levi. Jake says that him and Zach are pretty cool now and don't argue or fight anymore...or as much as they used to. Zach says he wants to show Jake some adventures so he doesn't turn into a "city boy." Good point Zach!
*Jacob, Levi and Zach come upon a roaring rapids and Jake tries to cross it on a log
with Zach and Levi trying to talk him out of it.
*Jake starts to crawl on the log and then BAM!!...a commercial! Does he fall in or what!? Come on TLC, dont do that!
*Back from commercial Zach says Jake is a "Jeremy Roloff in the making" because he's on the middle of a log in the middle of a rapids. Jake successfully gets across and states that he wishes Jeremy was there to see him do that? By the way, why is it that Jacob is the only person that really expresses love for each family member more than anyone else? I like that about him.
*While deepsea fishing, Molly catches two fish at the same time! No way!! I've never even done that before! WAY TO GO MOLLY!!
*At the end Jer finally spends time with Jake and Levi, teaching them how to throw hatchets. Hey...those are memories too! Jake seems innocent enough just wanting to impress and get the approval of his older brother. All younger brothers try that so Jake...your not alone and don't EVER feel that you are buddy!!
*A radio station calls Zach and offers him a job for 4 hours and $500 to walk around a track with some kids for a fundraiser but the catch is they want him to dress as a leprechaun. Zach has a hard time deciding and asks Matt and Amy (separately) what they think about it and both basically say that it is up to him. Zach ponders somemore and states that he could use the money. So does that mean he will do it? Stay tuned...
*Zach's van breaks down in the PCC parking lot so he gets Jeremy to help out. They go to PCC and Jer helps to jump the van to get it started. That trusty ol' Jeremy can fix anything, can't he!?
*Zach decides to not take the leprechaun job and asks Matt to help him find a job. Zach talks of how expensive it is to live on your own. Now wait...in Oregon the minimum wage is $8.50 and the state I live in its $7.25. So you tell me what state would be better or easier to live in? It's not a hard choice for me!
*Amy and Zach go to a local car dealership to find Zach a new car since his old one is getting...well...old! He says he wants something like the old van because he is obviously emotionally attached to it but he test drives a new car and likes it. Amy brings up the price of it..ugh!! Not again. You have been on TV for 6 freaking years now!! YOU HAVE THE MONEY so move on with yourself lady!
*Zach goes "job hunting" at various retail stores (which he said earlier in the show that he didn't want to do for a job) asking the managers if they were hiring. He finally gets the call from the Indoor Goals crew and gets the job of a lifetime being a soccer coach. He is shown doing ever job in the place! He seems to be a good worker. Zach should work with me!!
*At the end of the episode Zach puts his van up for sale which looked to be $3500 and starts reflecting on all the memories he's had with it.
*Jeremy and Mueller say they don't want Zach to sell it and thinks it's a travesty. Wait...at the very end of the episode Jer writes $85,000 on the window? Yeah right Jeremy!!!