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    1. Member Tuanes's Avatar
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      10-16-2009 12:53 PM #71
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      Rirry ...

      Oh hand over that little pot sticker.


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      10-16-2009 12:54 PM #72
      Quote, originally posted by mx5er »
      The main reason I'm watching the show:

      I'll have to check out this show. Of course I've missed all the episodes but I'm sure the internets could help with that.

      I'm a big fan of Al. Er I mean Ed.


    3. 10-16-2009 01:40 PM #73
      Hulu has them all.

      oh, we please each other, sometimes we use our hands....


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      10-16-2009 03:25 PM #74
      Hulu doesn't work outside of the US. I guess without some proxy spoofing stuff, but I found some torrents.

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      10-16-2009 04:01 PM #75
      Quote, originally posted by vwsteve »
      When Manny was running away from the bike that he lit on fire in retaliation for his Sharpie Moustache (with the sharpie stache still on him) I was laughing so friggin hard I couldn't breathe.

      Haha. I like how he kept it on for the rest of the episode.

      "Nice mustache Manny."

      "Careful. He might light your house on fire."


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      10-17-2009 11:34 AM #76
      In the Moonlight (Do Me)




      Modified by vwsteve at 11:35 AM 10-17-2009


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      10-17-2009 05:52 PM #77
      Quote, originally posted by vwsteve »
      In the Moonlight (Do Me)

      Behind the scenes:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnZoh9AooRU

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      10-21-2009 05:58 PM #78
      hump for tonight
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      10-21-2009 06:43 PM #79
      It's good to see Ed O'Neil doing comedy again.
      I was a big Married w/Children fan back in the day.
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    10. 10-22-2009 08:12 AM #80
      The conversation between the 2 kids when they're in the principal's office was classic. When the chubby kid said "But I am your uncle" I damn near spit up my drink I was laughing so hard.

      Then later on he said "Great! Now you have made my mom and my sister mad."


      I noticed Christopher Llyod was either a producer or a writer. Is this Doc from Back to the Future?


      Modified by Caster Troy at 5:20 AM 10-22-2009


    11. 10-22-2009 09:13 AM #81
      This series is classic. I love when Ed puts his had over the granddaughter's face to make her stop talking. I've wanted to do that to my g/f so many times, including when we were watching the show last night.

      "What's weird is that her kid wears aftershave and dresses like a count."

      "I just hate it when my two girls aren't getting along."

      "Gloria, we all know you'd be fine without underwear."


    12. 10-22-2009 09:28 AM #82
      again a very good episode.

      "how exactly is she your girl?"
      "why are you drinking coffee?" "It is my heritage."


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      10-22-2009 09:42 AM #83
      Quote, originally posted by Caster Troy »
      I noticed Christopher Llyod was either a producer or a writer. Is this Doc from Back to the Future?

      Different Lloyd. This one was a writer/producer on Golden Girls, Wings, Frasier and Back To You.

      :gift:

    14. 10-22-2009 09:59 AM #84
      I also like how Phil is visibly attracted to Gloria, and his wife is constantly giving him the "I'll kill you while you sleep" look when Phil interacts with Gloria.

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      10-22-2009 10:29 AM #85
      Quote, originally posted by colnago »
      including when we were watching the show last night.

      "I just hate it when my two girls aren't getting along."

      I shushed my girlfriend last night during the show and she got mad!

      I love how Phil acts toward Gloria. Its the best part of the show.


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      10-22-2009 10:40 AM #86
      As much as I was hoping for Gloria's "take off thees reeng...take off theese bracleh..." scene continued to say, the whole dress...I was glad the show didn't take the cheap viewer grab by showing more skin.

      But great googly moogly is she smokin'!


    17. 10-22-2009 10:42 AM #87
      I like this show. Not uproariously funny, but solid.

    18. 10-22-2009 11:12 AM #88
      Quote, originally posted by vdubjb »
      I like this show. Not uproariously funny, but solid.

      Saw this for the first time last night, and have to disagree with the 'not uproariously funny' part.


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      10-22-2009 11:38 AM #89
      The comedy is funnier since there's no annoying laugh track.
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      10-22-2009 03:15 PM #90
      Quote, originally posted by Tuanes »
      I love how Phil acts toward Gloria. Its the best part of the show.

      But so awkward...almost makes me uncomfortable!


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      10-22-2009 05:31 PM #91
      Quote, originally posted by Lwize »
      The comedy is funnier since there's no annoying laugh track.

      Agreed

      Quote, originally posted by colnago »
      This series is classic. I love when Ed puts his had over the granddaughter's face to make her stop talking. I've wanted to do that to my g/f so many times, including when we were watching the show last night.

      "What's weird is that her kid wears aftershave and dresses like a count."

      "I just hate it when my two girls aren't getting along."

      "Gloria, we all know you'd be fine without underwear."


      This show is funniest comedy on network TV since Arrested Development. There... I went there.

      I keep waiting for the show to start sucking and it just keep getting funnier. The family is not as dysfunctional as the Bluth family and the tone of the show is much less cynical. Some of the characters needs to be sharpened or perhaps further developed (need back story on Mitchell and how Grandpa made all his money!). But overall, there is some great writing and very surprisingly good acting from the kids. The little boy Manny has impeccable comedic timing. The Shelly Long episode had disaster written all over it but it turned out to be ok... now I'm hoping they keep introducing new guest actors as friends and families... much like what Arrested Development did over its 3 year run.

      The coal digger moment from last night really had some of that "loose seal" magic that made Arrested Development such a pleasure to watch. And some of the conversations between characters need repeated viewing to fully appreciate. I hope the writers on this show push the envelope a bit more (hopefully Disney and Fox will let them do it).


      Modified by bzcat at 2:33 PM 10-22-2009


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      10-23-2009 02:37 PM #92
      ^

      Also, bring back the cougar neighbor!


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      10-23-2009 03:59 PM #93
      Quote, originally posted by Lwize »
      It's good to see Ed O'Neil doing comedy again.
      I was a big Married w/Children fan back in the day.

      And to add, it's nice to see "Al Bundy" wealthy and with a hot young wife.

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    24. 10-23-2009 04:13 PM #94
      Quote, originally posted by Lwize »
      The comedy is funnier since there's no annoying laugh track.

      Agreed. I absolutely can't stand laugh tracks.

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      10-26-2009 12:48 PM #95
      Quote, originally posted by Lwize »

      And to add, it's nice to see "Al Bundy" wealthy and with a hot young wife.

      Yes, I also liked his used to play quarterback line


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      10-26-2009 03:15 PM #96
      Quote, originally posted by slvrdubbin »

      Agreed. I absolutely can't stand laugh tracks.

      I refuse to watch shows that have a laugh track.


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      10-28-2009 11:30 PM #97
      Good episode.

      Running from the cops.

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      10-29-2009 12:56 AM #98
      Pablo Esobar elementary school

    29. 10-29-2009 09:21 AM #99
      Quote, originally posted by Lwize »
      Good episode.

      Running from the cops.

      "We can't stop...I got priors. Remember that parking ticket? I never paid it."

      Didn't see it coming when Phil got hit by his daughter.


    30. 10-29-2009 09:41 AM #100
      another hilarious episode last night.

      Phil getting hit.
      "we're going to tell her about her Asian heritage......fa. do you pronounce it like that?"
      "I'm from Denver."

      "Tell your wife to calm down." "that's not my wife, it's a man."


    31. 10-29-2009 10:04 AM #101
      I'm sick and took some Nyquil. I was knocked out by 8:30 and I'm pissed I missed this episode.

    32. 10-29-2009 10:31 AM #102
      Hulu has it.
      ABC.com should but didn't get that to work last week.

    33. 10-29-2009 10:49 AM #103
      Forgot about, "A pancho is just like a cape...but it just goes all the way around."

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      10-29-2009 11:06 AM #104
      "He said my neck was wearing a dress"
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      10-29-2009 12:13 PM #105
      Quote, originally posted by mx5er »
      Pablo Esobar elementary school

      I noticed that in the episode but it never clicked. I just had a post-episode lol.


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