We wrap up the episode with a little look at Grandpa Wheels in the bed. This is kind of sad. He just looks so worried. And you can barely see his pajamas, so I don’t really know why I’m including this, but here ya go. An elderly man with no lines in bed in his pajamas.
The contrast, between Wheels in a phonebooth in the dark and the pouring rain, compared to Grandma Wheels, in her pink nighty and snuggled in her bed in her cozy little room, always makes me thankful. So here she is, rocking this color which I should start calling “80s pink”.
Wheels is cold and alone and homeless in this episode, so it seems pretty silly to be assessing his style. haha. But anyway, there’s really not much to discuss. It’s just more of the same. The denim and blue. However, I do really like him in pink!
I can never quite look at Snake’s parent’s the same knowing they disowned Glenn. I also cannot relate to the fact they are just fully dressed in complete outfits while they lounge around on the couch watching TV. I know I’ve said it before but ya girl here changes RIGHT out of human clothes the moment she gets home. Yeesh. Anyway, so the dad rocks some kind of presidential haircut and a yellowy shirt, and the mom wears – I don’t want to say pixie cut… let’s say, 90s mom cut – and a blue button down with a skirt. Comfy loungewear.
This is the episode where Snake gives Wheels a little tough love. It’s an interesting concept, you know? Sometimes, there’s just no more slack to cut. Snake wears his usual crazy shirts, tucked in to some honestly mom-ish jeans (but I’m here for it), and his haircut is AMAZING.