Lines just sound better spoken in a low voice with a Trinidadian accent.
Is she the captain of Jefferson Starship or what?
Which I guess makes this one the first mate.
Smells like preteen spirit.
Rudy appears only briefly in this episode, but the look she delivers is rock-solid. That grungy plaid is ready for the '90s, and the sweater is just childish enough to work on her while still bridging the gap into a more mature look with the deeper color scheme and subtler graphic.
I wouldn't let her captain a bath toy.
Fine. I don't need to see new clothes. Whatever.
Theo's outfits this episode are both repeats, from episodes #4.3 and #3.13, respectively. He wears the seam-front jeans both days, just to taunt me.
Even you, Clair?
Clair's first look is a direct #4.14 repeat; only her pin has changed.
And when you bring me new clothes, you bring me this?!
This top is probably the one she wore under her episode #4.17 jacket, but the rest of this is new. Looking at the shape, she's not miles off from her usual style, and it works for her. The real problem here is that the pattern on this blazer is completely unappealing. A solid color, or even a more understated print, would have served her much better. There are ways to have fun with businesslike attire, but this isn't one of them. You're better than tacky designs like this, Clair. What are those, flags? Come on. You're not in the suburbs.
I give up.
Cliff also delivers two oldies but goodies (and also decides not to change pants on consecutive days): you're looking at sweaters from episodes #3.22 and #4.11.
In closing: the men play petanque without their coats and sweaters. Because that's how manly.
Happy holiday-that-you-celebrate-around-this-time-of-year, everyone! (I know, we're sort of post-holiday now, but whatever.) Hold onto the Hotness; spring is just around the corner!