The green-eyed monster emerges in force between David and Mark when they both become interested in Stacy, a waitress at the Lunch Box, whom David asks to pose for a wall mural. Jackie ... See full summary »

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The green-eyed monster emerges in force between David and Mark when they both become interested in Stacy, a waitress at the Lunch Box, whom David asks to pose for a wall mural. Jackie thinks her sex life with Fred needs spicing up while Fred is happy leaving well enough alone. Written by skillwithaquill

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Lost Youth (#7.17)
22 April 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

David tries to hit on Stacy. But Mark gets in his way to show that he is better and because he is jealous. Becky almost catches it but David saves him and reminds Mark that him and Becky are the only ones who care for him. So Mark lets Stacy go with David to a concert. Jackie is bored by the sex life with Fred.

I liked the story about Mark, David and Stacy. I am glad Mark didn't really want to cheat on Becky and that at the end he did the right thing for David. Was really sweet.

I feel bad for Jackie. I know how hard it is to have lived a fun life and then getting used to routine. Fred doesn't seem right for her to be honest, he is too lame.

Leon made me laugh again this episode, especially with the final scene.


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