Connie the Counselor
Eugene reluctantly agrees to allow Connie to test out her budding counseling skills on him for a psychology class assignment. Meanwhile, Buck and Jules try to find something to keep them entertained around Odyssey.
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|Connie Kendall||Katie Leigh|
|Jules Kendall||Shona Rodman|
|Eugene Meltsner||Will Ryan|
|Buck Oliver||Robby Bruce|
|Don Polehaus||Phil Proctor|
Mentioned in episode
- Premiered on the OAC on December 6th, 2016
- Connie comments that the companies Jules is getting clothes from have odd names like "O&P", "Banana Monarchy", and "Always 16", which are references to the department stores H&M, Banana Republic, and Forever 21.
- Eugene makes references to #194: “A License to Drive”, #260: “Naturally, I Assumed...”, and #335: “Love is in the Air, Part 1” when Connie asks him to talk about some embarrassing moments in his life.
Cut and Fold Eugene and the script.
QuotesConnie Kendall: Eugene, the last time I cried, you explained to me the anatomy of tear ducts.
Eugene Meltsner: And that wasn't helpful?
Eugene Meltsner: Well, it's against my better judgement...
Connie Kendall: As is that shirt-and-vest combo.
Connie Kendall: Relationships are a series of steps.
Eugene Meltsner: Steps.
Connie Kendall: And you can only take the step that's in front of you.
Eugene Meltsner: But it seems as though I'm slipping backward instead of moving forward.
Connie Kendall: And with every slip backward comes the opportunity to step on the escalator of communication and move forward again!
Eugene Meltsner: Are you also taking a class on useless analogies?
Connie Kendall: I'm in a similar boat with Jules.
Eugene Meltsner: The Titanic?