First of all I loved that the "Everyday People" opening number actually had pretty simple choreography that you could actually buy a group of nurses could learn (instead of a bunch of professional dancers). And Jacklyn Zeman always makes me so happy when she's up there dancing her little heart out.
Also Felix! Epiphany!
I absolutely adore Kim's dress from the top all the way down to.... right above the knee, where the weird multiple ruffles begin.
Why complicate a good thing?
Speaking of which, it's no secret that I'm completely smitten with the idea of Finn and Anna (because I approve of how smitten he is with her, as everyone should be), but they've now moved Alexis and Finn past "casual sex" into "actual dating" and the last thing I want is a love triangle where Alexis and Anna are somehow competing for the same man, so that's disappointing. And yet here we are.
I continue to not care in the least about Henrik/Peter. He's just kind of dopey and I will also lose any semblance of calm if I start articulating how I feel about the completely insane retcon of Anna effin' Devane willingly having sex with Faison and carrying his child to term. (Just in case nobody's noticed, she happens to be my all-time favorite character on this show and I have decades worth of feelings feeding into this ...nope, I'm going to stop.)
Nothing in the performance Chase got "hazed" into by Dante (DEAR SOAP GODS PLEASE GIVE DOMINIC ZAMPROGNA SOME REAL MATERIAL, HE IS ONE OF YOUR BEST ACTORS) suggests that anyone else (besides the backup dancers) was supposed to be in it, so that made no sense.
The actor did a good job and it would've been super-cute if (a) I'd ever heard that song and (b) he weren't a brand new person we barely know.
Curtis in his magician's outfit? How is any man hot in a magician's outfit? Because he's Curtis, that's how. Continues to be the dreamiest dude on the show.
I also loved that act because, as I've mentioned, I love when the Nurses Ball feels like an amateur talent show instead of an over-produced night of lip-syncing ringers. And it was an act leading up to Curtis's proposal but there was still an act, you know?