Or grown-up Jack was doing what the director told him to do and this was the fourth take.
I can see a blind person having a good feel for how many steps from his sink to his table but I would also expect him to have to do a little feeling with one hand to know for sure that he wasn't setting the edge of the shrimp platter over the edge of something else. I think the truth lies somewhere in between, "blind people are incompetent " and "blind people have developed compensating super powers." I know my house really well and without my glasses things are only very blurry, not totally dark, but I still bang into door frames and counter tops getting from my bed to the bathroom if I don't put my glasses on for the trip -- which I don't always do because I tend to knock them off the nightstand while feeling for them.
I think the timeline for Thanksgiving-Rebecca wasn't too odd if you think that she and Miguel were staying at Randall's (probably had to make their own beds) and so Rebecca had been up real early making the cranberry sauce. She saw that Randall was still a little angry when he got up so she thought she could get out of the way, take in a movie and still be back in plenty of time for the others to arrive, if dinner wasn't planned until two or three. It seems like everyone said they were early so maybe she didn't think she was missing anything.
I liked the sisterly sharing between Kate and Beth. Yes I wanted Kate to tell Beth that what she was feeling was only natural and nobody could ever replace Beth in Deja's heart, but then that wouldn't be the Kate we know. At least, "That is evil," was followed by Kate's confession that was supposed to be even more evil, "I hate Cross Fit Toby!" If anything I thought Kate might have felt a little rebuffed by Beth when she implied she shouldn't be talking to her about it.
At first, I was on Toby's side about losing weight and taking time to workout for his health, but it seems like this Cross Fit thing has become a very time consuming religion and I'm starting to understand Kate's resentment. A thirty minute a day home work out is about all that's needed for good health, anything more than that is just a vanity thing. Which is fine if that's all you have to do but Toby has other things. My husband has heart problems and his doctor recommends daily brisk walking. Those stunts like jumping from the floor to a four foot high block look like suicide to me.
eh. I cross-posted (no calories burned, unfortunately ) with Tennisgirl who said some of the same things only better, but I'll leave it.