Worst. Grifters. Ever. (or Worst. Hospital. Ever.)
I know when I'm trying to snow a well-known person from the most prominent family in a small town, I'd probably do a lot of making out in the only health club in town with the person I'm pretending is my sibling. I'd also make myself sound even more like a grifter when asked about my job by vaguely answering, "Oh, I've had my hand in a lot of ventures," instead of inventing some generic job that I can fake my way through. Oh and then I'd get all up in the face of a friend of my fiancée who I'm fleecing, and rather than maintain my ruse I would totally tip my hand by revealing to said friend that I am indeed full of shit. Surely that'll back her right off! Way to go, Aubrey and Cutter!
Also, if I were running the psychiatric ward of a big hospital and one of our patients had gone so far off the edge that we had to put her in restraints, which she then got out of and rendered a woman unconscious so that she could escape, I'd probably make sure security or actual staff doctors were nowhere near said patient when she was found trying to take a baby -- it seems that the patient's ex-boyfriend and arch-rival (who have nothing to do with the hospital) can get it totally under control by themselves!
Poor Roxy! They dusted her off for her once-a-month appearance for which she got insulted by her kids a few times and then knocked out by a crazy shrink.
So happy! Not for long.
Dr. Nutbag! She's awfully resourceful in the midst of her breakdown.
The "danger! danger!" music that underscored the nursery scenes was absolutely hilarious. Someone just go take the freakin' baby from her! She's not armed, people!
And even John was the one who had to restrain Marty in the end? Good lord please never let me be driven mad by my attachment to daytime soap operas and have to be admitted into the psych ward of that craptastic hospital.
Oh, and what was the significance of Marty's evil grin at Natalie at the end? Was that supposed to suggest that she's been faking her breakdown or something? I mean, sure, she'd be the right person to do it as she knows the symptoms and behaviors, etc., but I'm not going to love it if she's taking "how to get away with a crime" lessons from her two-time rapist.
Sadly, today we learned that neither Nate nor Inez really killed Eddie (or so everyone seems to believe at this point). That basically implies that we're stuck with both of them for at least the foreseeable future.
Nate dramatically (or something) admitted he'd only confessed to protect his mother.
Speaking of acting, Inez confessed to Bo and Nora that she drugged him and faked the whole adulterous business, and she did so without making a single facial expression. Truly a feat. Oh boy, I can't wait till they totally absolve her of everything because mean old Clint was behind it and it's not her fault at all that she's an attempted date rapist, she's just a sad, poor victim. Or does anyone have some glass I can eat instead?
And so much for the nice 2011 track record of "No Fords Till Wednesday," though at least it was the reduced version.