"Brett Is Dead"
When learning that one of their co-workers had died from the tornado, the Cloud 9 employees morn the lost but another co-worker might be dealing with some issues.
When learning that Brett has died, the employees of Cloud 9 put on a memorial for him, dedicated a benched under his name while Sandra sings "Creep" from Radiohead during a rainstorm. Later on, Glenn sees that Mateo and Cheyenne are at a lost from losing Brett, but they just wanted to get out of putting a combo pack together of the Matrix II and III DVDs together.
But a shocking moment comes when Brett is alive, and they learned that when the tornado was coming that he just ran to his car and drove home. Talk about a tight closure to that story.
Meanwhile, with the rainstorm pouring through, Dina acts pretty unusually, and when thunder and lighting comes, she announced everyone in the store to head to the new storm shelter, even grabbing an old lady and carrying her. Amy figures out why and when asked Glenn about it; he gets the staff together for a meeting about traumatic events.
But Amy tries talking to Dina about the trauma and instead of just learning about the tornado event, she gets whole floods worth of stories that have really trauma her long ago from the 1994 Olympics to even not learning to not give chocolate to a dog at six years old.
"Brett Is Dead" was another hilarious episode that had so many enjoyable and memorable moments from Brett's memorial to even Jonah trying to figure out how Garrett got to be in a wheelchair, not to mention talking with Myrtle about her time. She had an affair with Ozzie Smith that wasn't the St. Louis Cardinals player that she thought it was. America Ferrera and Lauren Ash were terrific in this episode. Not to mention Nicole Bloom and Nico Santos' characters (Cheyenne and Mateo) shined in this episode as well and showed a lot of chemistry. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10,
When Amy's daughter is working at Cloud 9, she wonders if she should try to be the tough parent of the favorite parent.
When Amy's daughter, Emma, has come to work at Cloud 9forpart time. As Amy tries to give some tough love to her but when she sees that she's texting her dad and having fun plans, she decides to change her plans. From letting the floor very wet (getting a co-work to slip and fell) to yelling and protecting her from a customer who wanted floor cleaner, Amy tries her best to do what it takes to be her daughter's best friend but comes to realizes that it's probably not the best. Jonah tried to be tough on Emma and got Glenn going off on him, which was hilarious.
Meanwhile, Mateo flirts with one of the construction workers. Just when he thinks that he's got him, Cheyenne believes that the guy is playing Mateo just to get stuff, like for one to use their employee bathroom. Turns out to be true when the guy comes to Cheyenne's rescue for putting large bags of ice in the freezer.
And not to mention, Dina comes clean to Garrett about she's seeing a therapist and thinks that their relationship should come to an end. When Garrett agrees, he didn't suspect that it would become a huge breakup and have everyone feel sorry for him. Garrett freaks out and tries to get Dina to agree that she didn't break up with him that they broke it up in agreeable terms. But Dina got him back later.
"Part-Time Hires" was another good episode that just had many good moments of hilariousness. One being, of course, Glenn yelling at Jonah after he gets on Emma's butt about stocking tuna in the wrong aisle. Another was the performer Kelly Stables, who happens to be another new employee, Kelly, but no one once to acknowledge her and she tries her best to do her best. The writing was very good for this episode. Overall, I give this episode an 8/10.
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