The " Outlander " star brings his character into the most dangerous situation yet: the world of online dating. Watch the video. Title: Beach City Drift 22 Jul As Steven learns how to drive an old car his dad gave him, an old enemy of his, Kevin, appears at the car wash to get his car cleaned for a race. Kevin acts rudely towards Steven, Connie, and Greg so Steven and Connie decide to fuse so they can hopefuly beat Kevin at the race and show him that he isn't better than any of them. Having now seen the first three seasons of this show I will say this is definitely the worst episode so far. By an appreciable margin. Before this I world have called "A song for Sadie" the worst one yet, but even then that episode wasn't that bad. Simply a C in a show that's otherwise an A for me. What adds insult to injury here is that this was the second episode focused around "Stevanie" so it was one I had been anticipating so maybe I should restrain myself and factor in my high expectations when I critique this episode.
Beach City Drift
Steven and Connie get into a high-speed car race with their biggest foe. Steven pretends to start the car and to drive it when Connie knocks on the car window to get his attention. Steven rolls down the window, greets Connie, and thanks his dad for letting him practice his driving, but thinks that it might be too small to live in. Greg says that the idea of the car was not to live in but get a new car now that he is rich. Connie notices the used sticker on the back window of the car and is confused by how the car is new. Greg puts a "Dad On Board" sticker over it, after telling Connie he likes to think of it as more experienced than used.
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