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This is an annoying and unfunny episode of a pretty good TV series. It starts off about Gus learning about germs and totally overacting. He thinks if just one will touch him he's going to DIE! So then with the help of Menlo, he convinces nearly everyone in the school to scrub everything and make sure that the germs don't get on you. But what really bugged me is that Mikey kept on ranting about how germs are our friends. And became the lone germ freedom-fighter. He even named them. And it was totally unreasonable. So Mikey starts to block disinfectant crew. So Gus goes in to get Mikey out. And after Gus accidentally broke Mikey's germ file, Mikey threatened to break Gus because HE was bigger. In the end, Gretchen comes back from being sick and tells that germs can hurt and help. And then everything suddenly goes back to normal. A good truthful ending but horrible, horrible episode. Try to avoid a migraine and don't watch this episode.
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