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Peter and Fran go to the movies together and bump into Elliot, who she wants back, but seeing him with a woman she takes her parents' advice to forget about him. Internet dates are easy to get, by far from satisfactory. Then Peter finds out Elliot was with his sister, so they assume him still a bachelor. Written by KGF Vissers

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Zero Stars for this Episode And Here is Why 0*
21 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sure, the story-line was good. Fran wins a trip to Mexico and doesn't know who to take-her ex-husband or her friend Gail. What is she to do? This could have been very funny, but I'm sure that many viewers were turned off by the following statement:

Fran thought that making this decision was similar to Sophie's Choice. This is a disgusting statement to make in that it trivializes the holocaust. Remember when "Golden Girls" was replaced by "Golden Palace?" In one episode, a Spanish child asks Sophia to hide her. Sophia's response: "What am I Anne Frank?" The show received flack for this statement and "Happily Divorced" deserves the same. Shame that the writers of this series would resort to such poor taste.


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