Vince is jealous when Ed bonds with his dog. Meanwhile, Henry agrees to go on a date with Katie, Vince and Bonnie's crazy boss, in order to get them a real estate listing.



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Henry decides he wants to find a girl who is a little more exciting. Vince invites his father to have dinner with them for the umpteenth time and Bonnie tells him not to expect him to show up which he doesn't. It all stems from Ed not being affectionate to him. Bonnie asks Henry to watch their dog but when he has to go he leaves the dog with Ed who says he won't take care of him. But he takes a liking to the dog and when he has to go Ed misses him. He then shows up at Vince's for dinner but spends more time with the dog which gets to Vince. Bonnie's boss takes away a very expensive listing from her but upon seeing Henry offers it back if she can have Henry and when Henry learns she's looking for some action he agrees until he sees what she has in mind. Written by

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4 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Vince and Bonnie don't acquire the dog, around which the episode revolves, until episode #1.10. See more »


Dr. Edison Milford Goodson III: [trying to bond with Vince] Put your giant head on my damn shoulder!
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"Dog-Ed Pursuit" Funny? Or disturbing?
26 March 2013 | by (Morro Bay, Hammett Valley, Twin Rocks) – See all my reviews

I love this show (didn't know it was possible to review single episodes!) but I have mixed feelings about this episode. I have to agree with the other reviewer that the "date" Henry had with Katie (Bonnie and Vince's creepy and apparently sadistic boss) was handled in the typical double standard way. If Henry had been a woman, this show wouldn't have dared to make "fun" or make "light" of the fact that he was obviously sexually abused by Katie. Truly, what kind of "consensual" sex results in someone returning home in torn clothing, walking strangely,and spitting out his own teeth? I mean, sure, I know there are people who LOVE painful sex. And I know Henry wanted someone "crazy", but...

Again, if Henry had been a woman, her obvious "beaten and raped" appearance would have sent red flags up, and we would have immediately expected an outcry from Henry's family. If Katie had been a male, nobody would have found this funny at all, and Katie would probably have been arrested...or lynched by night's end.

I know I'm being very serious, but double standards never sit well on my stomach. This is a comedy, but is there no room to perhaps examine what happened and maybe offer a commentary about a woman of mean spirit and questionable morals and an unwitting man who was "traded" for a real estate listing? And what parent, male or female, would stand by and do nothing if a woman had said, "I'm going to go cry in the shower?"

Men who read this are saying, "Shut up, idiot! Men love sex whatever way they get it." I reply with, "No, you shut up...and stop lying!"

Again, I love this show. I love its commentary on family dysfunction, healing, and even being proud of who you are (especially when Ed speaks up in defense of his gay friend/housekeeper, Tim). But when I see episode after episode of Ed comparing Henry to a "woman" and always sort of gently belittling him by feminizing him, I'm a bit shocked that Ed didn't take this incident seriously.

Just something to think over. And I do talk a lot when I think about these things.

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