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"Cougar Town" Baby's a Rock 'N' Roller (2011)

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Original Air Date:
20 April 2011 (Season 2, Episode 16)
Jules and Grayson babysit for Ellie, Travis tries to help Bobby wake up to practice for his golf tournament, and Andy serves as Laurie's wingman as she tries to get back on the market after her breakup with Smith. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Michael McDonald 
Writing credits
Bill Lawrence  created by &
Kevin Biegel  creator

Peter Saji (written by)

Produced by
David Arquette .... executive producer
Kevin Biegel .... executive producer
Courteney Cox .... executive producer
Jessica Goldstein .... co-executive producer
Mark J. Greenberg .... producer
Ryan Koh .... co-producer
Bill Lawrence .... executive producer
Sam Laybourne .... co-producer
Thea Mann .... producer
Blake McCormick .... co-producer
Michael McDonald .... supervising producer
Gregg Mettler .... co-executive producer
Chrissy Pietrosh .... co-executive producer
Danny Rose .... co-producer
Sanjay Shah .... producer
Randall Winston .... co-executive producer (as Randall Keenan Winston)
Original Music by
Will Golden (music by) (as Waz, Jackson and Golden/Sgro)
Jamie Jackson (music by) (as Waz, Jackson and Golden/Sgro)
Al Sgro (music by) (as Waz, Jackson and Golden/Sgro)
Waz (music by) (as Waz, Jackson and Golden/Sgro)
Cinematography by
Andrew Rawson (director of photography) (as Andrew H. Rawson)
Film Editing by
John Michel 
Casting by
Brett Benner 
Debby Romano 
Production Design by
Cabot McMullen 
Art Direction by
Jim Wallis 
Set Decoration by
Archie D'Amico 
Costume Design by
Kimberly A. Tillman  (as Kim Tillman)
Makeup Department
Michael Anton .... department head hair stylist
Nadyne Peoples .... department head makeup artist (as Nadyne Hicks)
Production Management
Brian Ferguson .... post-production supervisor
Mark J. Greenberg .... unit production manager
Jesse Schiller .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robin Bronner .... second assistant director
Courtney Rowe .... first assistant director
Art Department
John 'Johnny O' Ornelas .... property master (as John Ornelas)
Michael C. Biddle .... digital set designer (uncredited)
Jason Daugherity .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Kami Laprade .... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Jon Ailetcher .... production sound mixer
John W. Cook II .... re-recording mixer
Kirk Herzbrun .... assistant sound editor
Peter Nusbaum .... re-recording mixer (as Peter J. Nusbaum)
Lyndsey Schenk .... foley cuer
Lyndsey Schenk .... foley mixer
Paul Tade .... supervising sound editor (as Paul E. Tade)
Brent Findley .... adr mixer (uncredited)
David Ruth .... sound editor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Dylan Chudzynski .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Shunil Borpujari .... key grip
Kevin Celi .... digital imaging technician
Robert Cheung .... gaffer (as Rob Cheung)
Sylvain D'Hautcourt .... camera operator
Richard W. Davis .... a cam steadicam operator
Skip Mobley .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
David Schmalz .... video assist operator (uncredited)
Joseph Torres Jr. .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Brad Bittner .... extras casting
Nikki Hoffman .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christopher J. Kristoff .... costumer
Molly McConnaughy .... costume shopper (uncredited)
Eric Van Wagoner .... key costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Timothy Serda .... assistant editor
Location Management
Albert Epps .... location manager
Music Department
Christa Miller .... music supervisor
Waz .... theme by
Avital Korin .... music editor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
John Pellegrino .... driver
Brad Quick .... transportation coordinator
Steve Larson .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Kelly Akers .... script supervisor
Lisa Avery .... stand-in (as Lisa Calderon)
Mary Fitzgerald .... executive story editor
Jeannie Goldfarb .... production staff
Kami Laprade .... production staff
Richard 'Rocky' Nichols .... production staff (as Rocky Nichols)
Bruce Purcell .... production staff
Kate Purdy .... story editor
Charles Peter Russo .... production staff (as Charles Russo)
Peter Saji .... story editor
Jason K. Smith .... production coordinator
Cynthia Wise .... accountant
Nick Bartel .... writers assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

30 min
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Did You Know?

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 reads: welcome to (scratched out) ["Cul-De-Sac Crew"] ["Cougar City"] "Cougar Town" (sticking with it).See more »
Movie Connections:
References Mary Poppins (1964)See more »
Cougar Town ThemeSee more »


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The One Where Jules And Grayson Babysit..., 13 June 2015
Author: Taylor Kingston from Australia

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

I really enjoy this episode. It's funny and I love the element of Jules and Grayson babysitting Stan.

In this episode, Ellie tries to say that having a child in your forties is harder than in your twenties, and Jules says the opposite. So to prove the other wrong, Jules and Grayson babysit Ellie's baby, Stan. And it has hilarious results. Meanwhile, Bobby tries to get up early so he can play on the golf course for free, but it having a very rough time making it happen. And Andy becomes Laurie's wingman so she can get over Smith.

Best part of the episode: When Ellie shows Jules and Grayson the goldfish trick.

Worst part of the episode: Travis.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.

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