Michael thinks George-Michael has set the bar too low with his dating standards, so he sets up a meeting between Ann's ultra-conservative parents and his family, hoping that would break ... See full summary »

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Michael thinks George-Michael has set the bar too low with his dating standards, so he sets up a meeting between Ann's ultra-conservative parents and his family, hoping that would break them up. But the plan backfires when Michael realizes Ann's family is just as screwed up as his. Written by halo1k

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Though Michael comments that Mrs. Veal seems too young to be Ann's mother and Pastor Veal's wife, the actors that play Mrs. Veal and Pastor Veal are actually the same age. See more »

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In the final scene when Buster is using Franklin as a replacement arm you can clearly see a cameraman on the right of the screen. See more »

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Gob: [about Ann] Plus, that one is religious. It gets pregnant, it stays pregnant. I know, I dated a chick like that once in high school. Wait... no, I didn't.
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Funniest and the Best Episode!
17 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Michael's disliking of Ann finally reaches its climax. But thats not the only character development here. We also see Oscar fighting for Lucille(sort of) while George flees, Tobias and Lindsay finally going back to living in the same house and George Micheal's "love" for Egg.

The biggest laugh in the episode comes from Gob's racist puppet and GOB being the only person to find it funny. The Veals are also well made cameos and George's wow is one of the highlights of the episode. I would say Maeby was under-utilized but she usually is. Ann's comment about "doing it" with George Micheal looking desperate is just classic AD with a throwback to one of the first episodes.

So whats not to love about this episode?


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