Another six months have passed and Germaine has a new perspective on life.
Since I think I've ran the gamut on Germaine's character development over the years, I think it's about time we all got back to the "normal" Foamy we all enjoyed in prior years. What does that mean? Well, rather than continue to dwell on Germaine's psychotic breakdowns over society and it's treatment of her, distorted self-image and so on, we can all move forward with cartoons about meatloaf and air-purifiers that melt your face. I think over the years, Germaine has become this constant source of "darkness" for the series, and as much as I've enjoyed trying to develop the character and give her some sort of social relevance, in the end, she's just become the subject of a tug-of-war between the concept of deprave sexual objectification, and feminist respect. Kinda tired of fighting over it in a battleground (the internet) that will inevitably see and do what they want with the character regardless of of my input.
This episode essentially skips 6 months of psychological laments and establishes Germaine as a more stable individual with a “shrug it off” attitude in regards to the misogynist society she feels she lives in. There will continue to be social commentary about the subject but I don't think it needs to be done in such a down trodden sort of way that cripples the character or dampens the viewers enjoyment of the series.
Foamy rants and stuff of that nature will continue as usual, but I don't think Foamy & Germaine need to be battling each other every week when society in general is a more suitable subject for them to both concentrate their rage. So there ya go! LET'S HAVE FUN! (After this episode...)