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>
Red's visiting mother Bernice criticized Kittie's domestic performance non-stop. Driving her home, Eric remarks being kind one day won't kill her, but she croaks on his shoulder, then puts off telling Red. Kittie suddenly pretends never to have spoken ill of the deceased and suppresses her frustration by cooking endlessly, everybody secretly has inappropriate thoughts or remarks at the funeral parlor and service. Red is confronted with his 'sissy' brother Marty, especially over heirloom toy trains.- Written by KGF Vissers
When Grandma Forman dies unexpectedly the Formans have to deal with the loss. Eric goes to a bar, Kitty cooks, Laurie thinks of her inheritance, and Red has to deal with his over-emotional brother.- Written by Anonymous
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