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An abrasive blind man finds Caitlin dull, spurns her, and causes her to try to improve her personality. In need of a religion refresher, Randall and Charlie accidentally wreak havoc on Claudia's religious education class and her future.

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An abrasive blind man finds Caitlin dull, spurns her, and causes her to try to improve her personality. In need of a religion refresher, Randall and Charlie accidentally wreak havoc on Claudia's religious education class and her future.

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Felt sad after watching this show.
11 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For whatever reason, this episode is baffling for the viewer as Claudia (Faith Price) is brought back on the show only to be written off. Not sure why they no longer wanted her to make a few appearances per season but in this episode Claudia is to off to become a Nun. This leaves the lovable character, Paul Lassiter, in a difficult situation which felt almost awkward for the viewer. Claudia was the only thing in Paul's life that seemed stable and now the writers take her out of the picture. It was not like she was in every episode but just knowing that she was home waiting on Paul made the viewer feel relaxed. It just seemed harsh to such a likable character.

Also in the episode, we have Caitlin being turned down by a blind man which sends her into a near state of panic. She feels like she was rejected for her personality rather than her looks. She tries to find a way to make her personality more outgoing.

There was also a small bit where the Mayor is trying to religion based solely on which offers a better deal. But that side-story got old quick.-- There was a few funny lines but it could not erase the foul taste the show left by having Claudia leave. Perhaps the writers has better things for Paul life but it still did not seem the correct decision. This made the entire production disappointing. Did not like the way this episode made a person feel.


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