After Eric tells her it wouldn't kill her to be nice day for one day, his paternal grandmother Bernice, who always bags on Kitty, drops dead on his shoulder. Eric feels he killed her by this and doesn't dare tell Red, even though Donna thinks he should. Meanwhile, Red's very emotional brother Marty has arrived and is a millstone around Red's neck. Laurie doesn't mourn but sees the advantages of her grandma's death. Eric and the guys go to a bar pretending to be soldiers, get hit on by some girls and end up in a fight. Kitty hides her mixed feelings by cooking. Written by
Marco van Hoof <firstname.lastname@example.org>
12 July 1999 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Did You Know?
The opening theme song is not played at the beginning of this episode; the cast names are shown during the opening teaser. There is no license plate showing the year in the opening credits, however, the end credits show the plate with a 1976 validation tag; this episode was production number 1-12, and intended to be shown earlier in the season. See more
When Grandma dies while Eric is driving home, grandma falls against Eric's shoulder and is clearly still blinking when she is supposed to be dead. See more
[Red is seen from the point of view of Grandma Forman in her coffin
Reginald "Red" Forman
Well, Ma, I... oh, for God's Sake!
Oh, sorry. Those should be closed.
[the funeral director closes Grandma Forman's eyes
Ain't Nothin' But a House Party
Written by Del Sharh Joseph Thomas
Performed by J. Geils Band See more