Joey is trying to impress his girlfriend Candace, who he hired as interior decorator, but is instantly and intensely disliked by her grandmother Gloria, who says he resembles her hated ex ... See full summary »

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Joey is trying to impress his girlfriend Candace, who he hired as interior decorator, but is instantly and intensely disliked by her grandmother Gloria, who says he resembles her hated ex Herman. When the director of her rest home's annual musical is sick, Joey saves the play by directing, with Zach, who is actually fairly good at it. Bobbie's mother, an even more overbearing harpy, demands a lead. When perfectionist Zach fires Gloria, Joey takes over, but stinks at directing, and even when Zach returns... Meanwhile Alex and her ex Eric are dividing their possessions, reason to use the therapy of writing down her frustrations in a letter never to be sent, and at Gina's instigation one to 'Dimples', actually Joey, but when Joey grabs the notebook from Michael's hands he thinks the boy is gay, yet sits on him 'right there', and is made to believe it's to Eric, whom he now encourages to court Alex again... Written by KGF Vissers

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Joey and the Musical (#2.9)
16 October 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Joey meets Candace's grandmother. She really doesn't like him, but he has an opportunity to change it as the play in her retirement home is about to be cancelled since they need a director. So he has Zach do the job. At the end Joey even has to play a part. Alex writes a letter to Joey with no intention to send it, but he reads it and thinks it is for Eric. So he tries to get the two together.

Really, I keep on thinking about the episode and I just can't think of good jokes. The whole retirement home play is simply a collection of old people having dementia and older women not being sexual enough jokes. Weak. And I am not even sure the story of Alex and the letter had any jokes.


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