The students become the stars in this episode.
I think that this was my favorite episode this season so far. Although it was all students and my favorite hosts, but it was very reminiscent of last season. I miss the way that we see the images as the shooter is taking the shots. That makes the segments so much more interesting than watching the shoot happen and have to piece together when the shots were taken at the end of the segment, or worse, at the end of the hour-long episode.
Keep up the good work. This season is getting better. I can’t wait for the next episode.
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