The drama builds while townspeople wait on the whatever. I won't ruin the surprise, but it's where the thing came from, rather than what it actually is. Henry (Joe Morton) steps up just in time — the absolute last minute. My favorite part is the downward flop. You'll see it when you watch.
Fargo (Neil Grayston) and Larry (Christopher Jacot) provide the comic relief. The car with more than a few quirks only serves as the catalyst for their ongoing feud of hatred. It takes Jo (Erica Cerra) to figure out the car is only a metaphor in regards to Fargo's relationship issues. He's a nice guy, but useless when it comes to being around women. Too bad. A sly reference to Knight Rider pops up in the form of Tabitha, the talking car who is more than a bit of trouble. A certain trunk scene is laugh-out-loud funny. Even better is the line "What goes on in the trunk, stays in the trunk". Jacot and Grayston play off one another with perfect precision.
Zane's back! Niall Matter delivers the snark, but also has a great range of emotion. He is completely believable when he shatters the misconceptions of Jack in regards to the twin trouble. With Zane around, Tess and her mania balance out. Perhaps she can go on a hiatus before too long? For someone who is only supposed to be a recurring character, Newman has been consistently in each episode since her first appearance in "Insane in the P-Brane". Consider who she replaced — Frances Fisher and Ed Quinn. Those two were much stronger.
Half the series is left before the season finale on September 11. Now that what's coming has pretty much arrived, the storyline should probably turn to why. Rumor has it two characters from the previous two seasons are scheduled for a return. While it could be anyone, more than likely these won't be unknown persons.