#APBio S1, Ep. 12 "Walleye" Recap/Review

Here we go....

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Does Jack's plan finally get Miles once and for all?

With Jack finally getting what is probably the well thought out plan to get back at Miles by pretending that one of Jack's A.P. Bio students to be Miles' son that he never knew. Using Devin, the plan worked quickly, and as they spend time together Devin enjoyed it more and more, and Jack's plan seemed to be not where he wanted it to go.

But when it finally came down, Devin does it in front of his classmates and Jack watching from outside the classroom. Miles runs being upset and Jack, coming in happy but soon runs off to apologizes to him about the whole thing. Miles sees that Jack was doing it because of jealousy, but it looks like Miles is jealous of what Jack has. But it doesn't end there.

But I must get into Principal Durbin having an idea for the school prom being the theme to the film Congo (based on the novel by Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park, Westworld, and ER). When the teachers didn't think it was a good idea, he lets his disappointment show but then agrees to have his theme for the prom.

Getting back to Jack and Miles, after apologizing to Miles, the next day Jack gets a call from him about a surprising opportunity: to take his position at Stanford (the one that Jack wanted all along). However, before he could say anything intend with a cliffhanger.

"Walleye" was another excellent episode that delivered enough humor and wit. It was a good story with mostly the humorist moments coming between Jack and his class about how to sell one of them as Miles' son.Also, the Durbin and his idea about the prom theme was pretty good, but it did give me the idea to rewatch the movie Congo. The episode had proper character development, and the cast puts on a good and hilarious performance. Overall, I give this episode an 8/10.

You can catch A.P. Bio Thursday at 8:30/7:30c on NBC.