Bobby struggles with the reality of Jules being in a relationship with Grayson. Jules has issues with her new psychiatrist when she discovers the truth behind her methods.



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Grayson takes a day 'off relationship', which Jules refuses to understand. In fact the boys only spend the day lazily bonding, Bobby and Andy satisfy their macho side with a hugging dare. Travis seems an easy prey in a dare with Laurie who can stay awake longest, but is he? Jules puts her faith in unorthodox therapist Glenn, but jealous Ellie's prejudice is surpassed by reality too blatantly even for Jules to deny. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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22 September 2010 (USA)  »

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To spoof the title which no longer matches the content of the series, in the second season the producers started adding self-deprecating jokes to the show's title card. The one for this episode read (Still) "Cougar Town". See more »


In a late episode in Season One, Jules lies to Laurie about who she's talking to on the phone when she's trying to keep her and Grayson's relationship a secret saying that she's on the phone with the cemetery because they want to move her dad's casket. Hoever, in this episode, Jules tells Ellie that she needs to see her therapist because her dad called her drunk again, meaning he is actually alive. In seasons 2-6, her dad appears in several episodes. See more »


Jules Cobb: [Angry] You based all of my treatment on your dog?
Glenn: Ajam.
[Jules is stressed]
Glenn: Ok, I'm just gonna light a little sage in here 'cause, you know? It's very calming so let's all just
Glenn: calm.
Jules Cobb: It's just... I can't believe you lied to me.
Glenn: [Pointing at Jules, slightly angry] Hey, hey, hey, Jules! And yes, this is my steering voice.
Jules Cobb: [Slighty intimidated] I don't like your steering voice.
Glenn: All I ever do was used my personal experience
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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »


Cougar Town Theme
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The One With Jennifer Aniston...
17 October 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I love this episode. Finally, Courtney Cox and Jennifer Aniston together again. #FriendsReunite, yes, I'm making that a thing.

In this episode, we see Bobby struggling with the fact that Jules and Grayson are now a couple. I feel bad for him, it's hard for him. And my favorite part of the episode, Jules' new therapist, Glenn, played by Jennifer Aniston. She gives Jules great advice about Grayson and Travis, and she can relate to Jules, because she has a son of her own. Well, that's what Jules thinks. Turns out, that her "son", is her dog. Yes. Dog. We also see that Glenn isn't a nice person, she backs into a car, trying to "run away" from Jules, and doesn't even leave a note. How rude.

Overall, I give this episode a 9 out of 10.

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