Talk about fan service! Last night's The Fosters (actually called "Metropolis," but I prefer my title thankyouverymuch) was just doling it out left and right.
Disclaimer: all of this has the asterisk of "in an episode without Jude," whose absence in an episode is only forgivable as a thing in the world due to the actual age of the actor.
Let's first deal with the most obvious and wonderful scene for everyone.
First we've got hot young Jesus doing shirtless pull-ups. I mean hello.
Also how cute was his mother just squeezing past him like this is routine? Really cute, that's how cute. But lest they forget the other half of their viewing demographic:
We get Stef doing some bicep curls (and even her son has to point out that she's got some serious guns) (and I really want to know how to get that body type because for real I have been doing hand weights every morning of my life for over 4 years and I still can't even pretend to find a muscle to flex, y'all). But is that not hot enough? I must not be. Because:
That's right, then Stef does some pull-ups. So hot. Thank you, show, for covering everyone's needs. (I feel the need to point out that Jake T. Austin, who plays Jesus, is very much legal and so nobody drooling over him who is not a teenage girl doesn't have to feel guilty.)
Did other things happen in the episode? All of a sudden I'm blanking on anything else.
Oh, Wyatt returned! He was adorably jealous that Callie has more hair than he does now, though I'd say the volume is debatable. I foolishly got my hopes up that his return meant the final nail in the coffin for the Callie/Brandon nonsense but that foolishness exploded in my face later in the episode.