Christian has a hard time understanding one of his patient's anger-management problem whom is a large-breasted exotic dancer, named Jenny Juggs, and uses her massive cleavage as a weapon. ... See full summary »

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Christian has a hard time understanding one of his patient's anger-management problem whom is a large-breasted exotic dancer, named Jenny Juggs, and uses her massive cleavage as a weapon. Meanwhile, Matt's secret of being the store-robbing mime is outed to Christian and Sean. Elsewhere, Teddy persuades Sean to invite Annie and Connor to go out on a camping trip, where Teddy waits for the right time to murder him and the two kids for Sean's life insurance money. However, Teddy runs into some trouble of her own when she has a run-in at the camp site with another serial killer who's even sicker than she... and who turns out to be a killer of women. Written by matt-282

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Dr. Teddy Rowe: Hey. You're so handsome. Just like your Dad.
[little Conor hides his face]
Annie McNamara: [sarcastic] Wow. You sure have a way with him.
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every bit as bad as the episode title would suggest
7 July 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Ryan Murphy takes bad taste to a new level, surpassing all that has gone before in a display of crass stupidity. An embarrassment to behold. Something to shrink away from. Substandard mess. Entire episode hould have been deleted after production.

Ryan Murphy, boo!

There's no way around this. This is absolute junk. Junk in its lowest form. Like a piece of used bubble gum passed from one scriptwriter to another, "here, it's your turn to earn a few bucks with it, just write something ludicrous, we don't care, as long as it brings a few laughs." Something like that. Who cares about the credibility of an old show on its last legs anyway?

Mime Matt. Oh, what utter drivel. If I have to see one more painted face, I'm gonna punch it in the white-painted nose!

Look, you have Kelsey Lynn Batelaan. Utilize her as wayward daughter. No, not this cap-wearing bad idea.

But at the heart of my tirade:

An attrociously over-endowed caricature that uses her bosom as assault weapons? Ridiculous. Gory cut-up. Like, yuck. Shamefully talentless unimaginative horse manure dished up for the moronic at heart.

My utmost heartfelt contempt.


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