The Hard Times of RJ Berger: Season 2, Episode 9

Hunkeez (16 May 2011)

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On the verge of his 16th birthday, RJ wants to learn to drive, and out of desperation asks his father for help. The vehicle he trains in however, is sponsored by a job that his old man had ... See full summary »

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On the verge of his 16th birthday, RJ wants to learn to drive, and out of desperation asks his father for help. The vehicle he trains in however, is sponsored by a job that his old man had a long time ago... a male strip club franchise! Meanwhile, as Jenny recovers from her cheerleading "accident," she and Lily become closer to each other, and she invites the former head cheerleader over to a slumber party at her house where they bond over their hatred of Robin Pretnar. Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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30 September 2011 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

This episode of Hard Times… opens with a dirty gag that cleverly simultaneously presents RJ's most pressing problem – poor writers would have settled with the dirty joke only. So, RJ needs to pass his driver's license test *and* get some wheels. The driving instruction video, "Skid Marks" is hilarious, though the overlooked 1980s comedy Moving Violations has one with an even better name… Also, that movie stars Jennifer Tilly *and* Don Cheadle, which is enough to make it worth seeing.

But I digress. The "Jenny getting bullied by Robin" plot line continues, leading to a surprising and very funny sequence where Jenny and Lily have a sleepover together. It also deepens both characters – and makes Lily finally more likable! The A-plot, however, brings us the outrageous revelation of Rick Bergers new car *and* his hidden past… There are plenty of laughs balanced with the drama of the Bergers' divorce, meaning that this is another good, 7/10 episode, but not among the best ones like #1.4, "Here's to You, Mrs. Robbins" and 1.9, "Nerd's Gone Wild". Promisingly, the preview clips at the end hint at the following episode achieving greatness...


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