In the fears portion of the show: Christine believes she fears nothing till Lisa holds contrary proof, Ross inadvertently puts the fear of aging in Kevin, Schidtler's class tries to define various phobias, a gross movie scene sends Doug and Vanessa fleeing a theater in horror, Christine explains a phobia that often develops in TV studios, veritaphobia makes Ross untrustworthy, Martin gets edgy over the contents of Barth's burgers, and an ugly thing sitting at the foot of Doug's bed has him calling out in terror. In the growing up portion of the show: Lisa argues whether or not Christine can call herself an adult, Schidtler tries to take a class photo, Doug becomes an uncle, Valerie's combative kids take her advice and fight like adults, Doug outs an embarrassing secret to Lisa's new boyfriend, Lisa sees a conflict in Zilch's stated aspiration, and Doug's extreme youth presents legal problems for the firing squad. Written by
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When El Capitano calls to the amigos in a firing squad scene, their response is hesitant and lackluster. Les Lye as El Capitano drops his accent and says "It's about time," which seems to be a break in character. Whether this was an ad lib or not (an actor addressing other actors or a character addressing other characters), it remains funny. See more
I'm afraid of failure.
Come on, Ross. Don't be ridiculous. You don't have to be afraid of becoming a failure.
No. You're already a failure.