Your Honest Opinion, Please
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After Wooton accidentally gives a negative review of Penny’s artwork, he feels that he must do everything to keep from offending her. This includes allowing her to hang her frightening clown paintings all over the house. Meanwhile, Connie shares a studio with a fellow student who is insensitive to his own distracting habits.
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|Wooton Bassett||Jess Harnell|
|Penny Bassett||Kimmy Robertson|
|Jacques Henri||Daniel Hagen|
|Connie Kendall||Katie Leigh|
|Tim David Michael||Jason J. Lewis|
|Great Uncle Hilbert||Unknown|
|Julie Hong||Diane Ingolia|
QuotesPenny Bassett: I remember my first art studio: I accidentally set it on fire. Did you know “inflammable” means the same thing as “flammable”?
Connie Kendall: <mumbles> It does?