This week I watched the new episode of Wizards of Waverly Place that aired on August 26th, 2011. The episode was called “Justin’s Back In”. The episode includes Justin trying to get back into a family wizard competition after being banned from it and also Harper tries to recreate child memories for a scrapbook for Max.
I felt terrible for Justin when his students failed the exam. They seemed to know what they were doing yet still failed. He felt so terrible but then he blames it on Alex even though it wasn’t her fault. Thankfully she decides to figure out what happened to make the kids fail.
Of course the kids actually passed and when Alex finds out to keep her quiet Cragmont magically infuses her into the fountain.
I applaud Alex for not just accepting that they failed but instead went to figure out what happened. She is a good person and wants them to pass just as much as Justin did. I would have been disappointed if she hadn’t tried to help.
“Surprise! I’m Evil!” –Cragmont. I love this quote. It made me laugh out loud when he said it as an explanation for why he did what he did.
Cragmont is so childish! But it makes for good comedic relief in a high tense situation!
It is also revealed that Felix is also a descendent of the great wizard Renaldi. He is able to pull the wand from the crystal ball and save everyone!
It was pretty apparent that from the beginning one of the delinquents was going to be a descendent but we had to wait and see. I was glad is Felix because he such a kind hearted soul. He is a nice guy and a talented wizard who just needed some help from someone like Justin. I hope this means he will continue to be good!
Because Justin’s class of delinquents passed the test he in reinstated to the wizarding competition. Him and Alex make up and remind each other that the contest isn’t as fun if all of them aren’t there together.
I am so happy that he got reinstated! While you may not always get along with siblings this episode reminds everyone that family competitions or traditions will never be the same unless everyone is involved. So it is great that they are back in together.
On a lighter note, the side story of making a scrapbook for Max ends well. While the deception by his parents and Harper is found out he still loves his parents for trying.
I thought this was a good note to end on because while they didn’t save anything he made they still cared enough to want to try and make it up. Instead they made a whole day of memories for him to have in his scrapbook. They spent a whole day together doing tons of fun things and I doubt that he will ever forget that especially with a scrapbook to commemorate it.