Chuck gets a chance to have dinner with his daughter, Montana is upset over a breakup, and Marsh helps Gary audition for a news position.



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Chuck manages to have a dinner with daughter Gracie, who invites him against Kelly's will. They get on well, but Kelly still plays into his commitment-fear. Gary Crezyzewski accepts to audition for a newsreader spot, but Marsh McGinley's coaching does more harm then it helps. Written by KGF Vissers

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3 October 2007 (USA)  »

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Third episode of "Back to You" is funny if bland
4 October 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Marsh mentions in his sports segment that a Steelers player had spent some time with a model. He then mentions that he'd like to switch places with one of them for 3 hours. He then says he meant with the football player. Chuck goes to a restaurant that happens to already have seated Kelly and daughter Gracie. Gracie invites Chuck to sit with them which becomes awkward with Kelly but fun for Gracie. Montana's less than enthusiastic performance on air was the result of her breakup with the player Marsh mentioned so news director Ryan, who has a crush on her, tries to cheer her up before the next newscast. And Marsh tries to prepare Gary for a weekend anchor spot...Many funny moments happen from the synopsis I just described like an audition tape of Gary's that's pretty cheesy or Marsh's failing attempts to get a more than lethargic audition performance from him. There's also some sweet moments from Ryan and Montana. As for the restaurant performance between Chuck, Kelly, and Gracie...well, I loved the drinking game between Gracie and Chuck but it was mostly blah otherwise. Still, I'm willing to give this show a pass since I've always loved Kelsey Grammar from all the years as Fraiser Crane. Now if only the ratings could improve from fourth place on Fox...

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