Coach presents RJ a bargain: RJ helps him with Ms. Berger, he helps RJ with Amy. RJ decides to ask Amy to Weezer's concert, but it is for 21 and over, so RJ has to accept the bargain. Meanwhile, Lily and Hamilton's romance is blooming.

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Coach presents RJ a bargain: RJ helps him with Ms. Berger, he helps RJ with Amy. RJ decides to ask Amy to Weezer's concert, but it is for 21 and over, so RJ has to accept the bargain. Meanwhile, Lily and Hamilton's romance is blooming.

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Temporary Peace
13 September 2011 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

After the previous episode's twist ending, where it was revealed that Coach and RJ's mom are having an affair, the series has more than just RJ and Amy's potential relationship to work with. Yet, we aren't even through the *opening credits* when it is made clear that Lily and Hamilton are now an item. Seriously, the plot in this series makes most hour-long series with 22 episodes per season look like they are treading water. Which most of them *actually* are.

So, RJ asks Amy out to a Weezer concert, but needs fake IDs. In a handy coincidence, which still makes perfect sense in this series twisted universe, Coach has some shady connections that will help. RJ only needs to tell him what to get for Suzanne. This leads to yet another set of one-joke characters, Fidel, his "Nana" and Lil' Chang, who do not outstay their welcome thanks to the writers' use of good sense. In some Friedberg & Seltzer Idiot Movie they would be with us from the beginning to the end.

Before you even have a chance to wonder about them, Max and Robin make an appearance, reminding us that the writers haven't forgot them – the characters just aren't needed to play a big part in this episode, but they have a role in one *crucial* scene later on. Before that, RJ and Jeriba still have some unfinished business, which provides much amusement. After that, the twists keep piling on, and just when you think Jenny is completely absent, she appears too. Again, only when she is *needed*. In the end of this great 8/10 episode, pretty much everyone's life has changed since the series premiere, and it's anybody's guess what the next episode will bring. Well, the preview clips kind of spoil some of it.


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