Jeff and Audrey finally settle on a surrogate. Meanwhile, Russell's mother, Bunny, comes to town.

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Jeff and Audrey finally settle on a surrogate. Meanwhile, Russell's mother, Bunny, comes to town.

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8 November 2010 (USA)  »

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The novel that Russell's mother gifts him, 'The Return Of The Stone', is itself fictional. See more »

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Audrey: So ah, what is the process for signing up for your side?
Brenda: We would LOVE to have you. Besides, I could really use the commission.
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References Barney & Friends (1992) See more »

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An Important Episode
4 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This isn't that funny of an episode, but it does have it's moments. Patrick Warburton as Jeff is hilarious during the first few meetings with potential surrogates, and he gets a big laugh or two later on.

Plot In A Paragraph: Jeff and Audrey are struggling to find a surrogate, mainly thanks to Jeff. Meanwhile Russell's mother Bunny is in town, and after Timmy hits him with a few home truths Russell realises a few things. Elsewhere Adam is desperate for a lads night, but nobody wants to play ball as they all have other plans.

A lot of important plot points seem to have happened in this episode with Jeff and Audrey finally finding a surrogate and Russell being cut off financially from his mother.

Joan Collins was a lot of fun as Bunny Russell's mother, and I really liked Sara Rue too. I look forward to seeing more of her. Adhir Kalyan as always is a joy.


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