Steve and Janet finally break the news of her pregnancy which brings out hostility from her conservative mother and father, and mixed reactions from his unorthodox father, Rush. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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Steve and Janet finally break the news of her pregnancy which brings out hostility from her conservative mother and father, and mixed reactions from his unorthodox father, Rush. Meanwhile, David tries to curb his radio persona in an attempt to make up with Robyn, but is sidetracked by fans wanting more of his love life. Both Matt and Noah offer to move out of the house to make room for Steve and Janet's nursery. Also, Dylan tries to help out a hotel maid who has to bring her two wild sons to work with her, and Gina proposes to Noah a plan to turn the After Dark into a gentlemen's evening club to make some quick cash. Written by Anonymous

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Noah Hunter: Yeah, you got lunch with your old man!
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The Loo-Ouch (#10.5)
30 July 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The episode about telling it all to the parents.

This actually ended up being pretty funny. I get Janet's parents too. It is frustrating to me to see women have kids instead of fulfilling their potential. It is already the second time it happens on this show. And it must be even worse when that woman is your daughter.

It was great though when the partner of Steven's mom came and he try to make it look as if she is his adopted sister. His dad in this situation was also hilarious.

So now Noah and Donna are moving in together, I am not a fan of them being together. So too bad that it is going more serious.


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