Emma, Manny, Spike and Jack are still trying to live without Snake. Manny is desperate to lose weight for an interview with an agent and Emma is happy enough to control one more thing like ... See full summary »

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Ellie Nash (credit only)
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Emma, Manny, Spike and Jack are still trying to live without Snake. Manny is desperate to lose weight for an interview with an agent and Emma is happy enough to control one more thing like what they eat. They go on a major diet, barely eating, binging and throwing up and running too much. Snake is tired of staying at Joey's and really wants to come home. Emma tries to help, but to no avail. She's also trying to keep her relationship with Peter on the down low. Manny loses the pounds she wants too, and Snake manages to re-woo Spike and come home but Emma still feels the need to stay on the diet. Written by Anonymous

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5 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Stefan Brogren (Archie 'Snake' Simpson) deliberately made his singing as bad as possible for the mall scene in this episode. When securing the rights to the song used for the scene ("Sometimes When We Touch" by Dan Hill) Executive Producer Stephen Stohn reportedly warned Hill that "it would be the worst version of the song ever recorded." See more »

Quotes

Manny: My thighs are an epidemic and they're taking over the WORLD!
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References This Old House (1979) See more »

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Whatever It Takes
Written by Jody Colero and Stephen Stohn
Performed by Jakalope
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