Maggie bribes Joel with basketball tickets to escort her home to Grosse Pointe, Michigan to face her family. The usual bizarre hilarity ensues.

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Maurice J. Minnifield (credit only)
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Holling Vincoeur (credit only)
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Ed Chigliak (credit only)
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Chris Stevens (credit only)
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Shelly Marie Tambo (credit only)
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Elizabeth Stowe (Grammy)
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Maggie bribes Joel with basketball tickets to escort her home to Grosse Pointe, Michigan to face her family. The usual bizarre hilarity ensues.

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1 February 1993 (USA)  »

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The Fox Theater is hosting the You Can't Stop Laughing Tour featuring George Wallace, T.K. Carter, Ajai Sanders, Lewis Dix, and an unknown. See more »

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Jed Fleming: So is Maggie still into those moonlight skinny-dips?
Dr. Joel Fleischman: You and Maggie skinny dipped, huh?
Jed Fleming: Well, I don't want to tell tales out of school or anything.
Dr. Joel Fleischman: Can't be much to tell.
Jed Fleming: Why's that?
Dr. Joel Fleischman: Because all the guys that got lucky are sprouting daisies about now.
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Happy Birthday to You
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Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill
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Motown Song?
10 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There's this amazing song in the Grosse Point episode when they're driving in Detroit it's an old Motown song. "It tears me up baby...you left me alone out here on my own with nobody to talk to, babe you really broke my heart now I've got to start loving again well its easy for you maybe but it tears me up baby, you left me high and dry. i was asking why you could've done me so wrong you never did explain why you brought me pain singing sad songs, well its easy for you maybe but it tears me up baby." I can't find it anywhere! they didn't put anything up as always on the credits. I hate when they do that. If anybody knows, I'd be so unbelievably grateful.


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