The main theme of class 26 was around-the-home vocabulary: furniture, rooms, decorations, etc. Much of the vocabulary was already referred to in previous classes, but I did manage to learn the verb for turning on the TV (prender). The folks at Bueno, entonces... Learn Spanish did manage to spice up this dry topic a bit by having David and Jimena admit to whether or not they had ever had sex on a particular item of furniture. Of course David beat the prude Jimena by a landslide (I'm assuming that, unlike golf, more is better in this game), however, she was a bit sheepish when discussing the bookcase - Hmmm, interesting.
There were also several digressions to discuss what I thought were terribly basic concepts for this point in the course: definite/indefinite articles, possessive pronouns, contractions. Again, these topics have been covered informally since the first class - taking time to cover them formally here seemed unnecessary.
The section on adverbs used to describe the placement of objects was quite useful and appropriate for class 26. There are still several that I need to think about before saying, so the review was much needed and helpful.
All-in-all a very lackluster class without much meat (unless you count the oysters).