Wood's black-sheep, ex-con cousin Alvin comes for Thanksgiving.

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Wood's black-sheep, ex-con cousin Alvin comes for Thanksgiving.

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25 November 1991 (USA)  »

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A well worth watching Thanksgiving episode
25 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I liked Evening Shade and I was sorry when it went off. I always try to include that "warning" because everyone's taste is different. This was a good episode of a good show. The episode is about the visit of a black sheep of the family during the probably most "family" of all holidays. Billy Bob Thornton plays the black sheep with relish, and menace. This was before he was a big star and he was definitely going for it. He plays Wood's(Burt Reynolds Character)brother who tormented him when he was young and still does. He wrangles an invite to the family Thanksgiving Dinner much to Wood's chagrin. But family is family and they welcome him to some funny results. Worth seeing to watch Billy Bob Thornton even if you are not a fan of the show. As I said I was a fan and I knew the characters before I saw this and they were all really fun.


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