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Thread: R & R KOTH: Behind Closed Doors.



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    So.. Chinese or Japanese? Swartzweldian's Avatar
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    R & R KOTH: Behind Closed Doors.

    Tom Landry Middle School holds an emergency community meeting when a child goes missing in Arlen. Relationship expert Stephens Davies (Begley) is invited to speak at the meeting and makes an example of Peggy by questioning her parenting skills. Peggy goes on “mommy” mode and is determined to know Bobby’s and Hank’s every move. The boys get irritated with Peggy and rebel, but they soon come to realize that Peggy is only looking out for their own good.



    I liked seeing more of the Dooleys..However, the Fathers voice was not the same. It was a fair episode..I found myself interested enough to pay attention throughout. Will probably watch it a 2nd time.

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    Good episode. The ending was a little off the wall though. Hank wrestling with the self-help guy was a bit uncomfortable. I wasn't sure what angle they were going for - it seemed to be that it was building up to depicting the family as a total mess (Bobby alone and crying, Hank fighting with the guy who criticized his family, and Peggy having a stained shirt). In the end, that was sort of the point - that it doesn't matter what it might seem like, they're still a good family. But I didn't see the need to put the three of them in an extreme position to illustrate the point. Still a good episode though overall.
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    Heh..I agree about the scene with hank fighting being uncomfortable..Hank should be too level-headed for that.

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    This was a really good episode. Liked the plot, and Peggy's insane practices for bringing the family together were pretty hilarious. 5/5

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    Pretty good, but not great. I can't really remember any hilarious bits (except for Dooley - I love that kid) but it was pretty solid and the message not half-bad at all. Entertaining at the very least, I paid a little more attention to this one than I did last week's.

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    I liked how they got that family picture just right.
    Good episode 4/5

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    Not too much to say about this episode. Pretty good, but nothing really great or memorable. 3/5

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    It had a good theme, but it wasn't anything special. Dale assigning his friends theme songs was brilliant.

    3.5/5



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