“Maya and Farkle are caught cheating on a test and have to face the school honor board, which includes Riley and Lucas as members. Meanwhile, Auggie tries to figure out what he wants to be when he grows up.“
DO NOT CAST SALT CIRCLES IN FORESTS OR ANYWHERE IN NATURE.
By doing so you’re permanently harming the environment that you’re supposed to be worshipping and treating with respect.
“If working with salt please keep in mind that it is a natural desiccating agent, meaning it sucks out all of the water [therefore] it will kill your grass and destroy the surrounding soil, making it uninhabitable for plants and such.”
In light of GM Bay Window - and while I still stand by my opinion that the topic of communism was kinda butchered - I understand that that (early) episode, airing right before this one was meant to draw our attention to 2 main points:
The importance of individuality: being your own person, finding/defining your own identity and undergoing personal growth (even as the people around you will affect you and change you);
Despite your best intentions, you cannot share everything, and have all relationships be the same (although they can be equally valuable, in different ways).
Also, I know that the little classroom wall is obviously a reference to the Berlin wall; but I find it interesting that Riley used the phrasing: “I want to tear down the Bay Window.”
They held GM Commonism on purpose; kinda like they held GM Farkle’s Choice in S1 to air right before GM First Date - drawing attention to the difficulty of making choices and to Farkle/Lucas in relation to Riley/Maya (see: @yeoldeshipper‘s in progress meta on that).