Chocolate Tacos, anyone?
This episode was a hoot!
I think I love JONAS best when the insanity of the brothers’ Rock Star Life invades the normalcy of home and school. This was the perfect blend of sweetness and zaniness. We have the endearing story of Joe trying (in vain) to impress the skeptical Angelina with what a normal guy he is, when his crazy Rock Star Life keeps invading and foiling his plans. Finally, Nick has the idea of using Joe’s performer’s gifts to impress the girl, and the rest, of course, is history.
Some choice moments after the jump!
Along the way, we are treated to lots of hilarity. One riotous ongoing bit was whenever Joe asks for a pen or pencil, the guys’ phalanx of fans, which it seems are never far behind, heave them at him like javelins, impaling them in the wall in the shape of a perfect heart. Priceless.
Another moment I loved was from my darling Kevin. He is playing his adorable character to the hilt in this episode, sweetly eccentric and goofy, earnest in his desire to support his bro in pursuing the girl, but ham-handed in execution. He cuts a swath through the instruments of the orchestra, leaving destruction in his wake; that is, until he plays a guitar. Then, of course, his virtuosity sparkles through and everyone’s jaws fall open in awe. Beautiful moment.
And there was Nick’s unctuous lounge lizard pianist, singing Joe’s praises, literally. “Thank you, I’ll be here all period.”
There was also a very well played scene by Dad. His heart to heart with Joe (while Joe is wearing Teddy Bear Slippers, no less) is lovely. And the bit with trying to sweet-talk Mom is cute.
But what had to be the best for me was Joe’s triangle concerto. I just loved how Joe was misread and misunderstood, but his awesomeness won the lady over in the end.
I like to think of this episode’s theme as a metaphor for the Jonas Brothers themselves, and their relationship with the unenlightened horde of American Pop Consumers.
But what about you Revelers? What struck a chord for you tonight?
[Via: JustJaredJr. (Photos)]