DON'T make like Good Will Hunting.
Xander has taken a job as a bartender at the local "Pub" in order to make ends meet. He gets shown up (in a matter of speaking) by an undergraduate (d-bag #1) with philosophy 101 lingo logorrhea. The reason the beer is bewitched in the first place is because Xander's boss is sick of snotty kids looking down on him. The fact that his "brother is a warlock" might be the only line that made me laugh in the episode.
|In my experience, pitchers of beer only make undergraduates more likely to spew pseudo-theoretical B.S.|
DON'T drown your sorrows with Kumar.
|Yes He Can . . . knock a couple back with the best of them.|
There's a bad moon on the rise as we draw ever closer to "Wild at Heart." Oz has been spending more and more time with Veruca, and Willow is understandably jealous and bitter about it. Girl, just wait.
|Pictured: The reason the philosophizing d-bags are only the second though fourth most intolerable people in this episode.|