Some lessons learned.
You see? Todd does have limits! He thinks there is nothing funny about child abuse. Rape, on the other hand, warrants chortles and smirks and air-quotes, but there are limits, people! Okay, I'm just being naive because I know the limits come into play on very clear occasions, and those occasions are when Todd can reflect on his own victimhood. What sweet bonding between Todd and James today. And just in case we were confused, Clint is paying for a child abuser to stay out of jail, while Todd thinks people are justified in murdering child abusers with their bare hands. Because Todd is complicated but good deep down, and Clint is... oh, I don't even know who the hell they've decided Clint is anymore. His scheming is fun and, as I repeat like a broken record, is clearly being relished by Jerry ver Dorn, but why resurrect story arcs that had already come to an end to give him a reason for the schemes? Why not just tell a story in which he gets new reasons that make more organic sense?
Oh hey, isn't it so sweet that Nate thought sex would be better with someone he cared about (has any teenage boy ever actually said that and meant it)? And what was with Dani's utter shock that Nate constantly thinks about sleeping with her? What rock is she living under? I guess when you're getting shuffled off from boarding school to boarding school, you have no access to pop culture or anything in the world that teaches you the universality that teenage boys are completely sex-obsessed -- of course, since she is dating what appears to be a middle-aged man, perhaps she assumes he's tired of sowing his wild oats and is ready to settle down with a nice girl and start a family.
Terrifying French sex!