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Bench-Clearing Bawl 

Ryan is invited to play a pick-up hockey game with Jeremy Roenick. Later, Ryan finds out it was a setup sympathy invitation. In Group, Lauren has everyone make a collage to express their feelings. Ryan attends a lesbian wedding with Anne.

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Ryan is invited to play a pick-up hockey game with Jeremy Roenick. Later, Ryan finds out it was a setup sympathy invitation. In Group, Lauren has everyone make a collage to express their feelings. Ryan attends a lesbian wedding with Anne.

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[after she admitted reluctance to attend a wedding alone, Ryan King escorts single widow lesbian Anne to a lesbian wedding. After they arrive, they discuss how a woman with a sparkly top has been checking her out since they arrived, and since Anne noticed, she must have been looking back. After trying to encourage Anne to go talk to her, and she resists the idea, Ryan leaves to get a drink, then returns]
Ryan King: Okay. I spoke to the lady in the sparkly top.
Anne: Oh, King!
Ryan King: She is very cool, her name is Sasha,...
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Go On Bench-Clearing Bawl
25 September 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Ryan think he's finally gotten to the level where he is able to get rid of Jane's belongings which is a big step in his new life in therapy and a lost wife. When he gets the hand on heart that should make him cry according to the others he seems to not be affected by it at all. When Lauren wants the guys to all make collages about their past and future she shows an example of Katniss being her past. When Anne needs a date to a wedding Ryan offers to be the man for the job just before she is made cry. When go's to play Hookey he's played easy on because his wife has died. Then to the wedding date between Anne and Ryan and it seems it could be great or hard to watch. When a woman notices Anna she seems to be into it. When Ryan cry's on the air it seems that he lost some respect and Lauren is the one to blame for him crying on the radio. Then he seems to take Lauren's advice, Anna walks in saying that she has a stacker but it turns out that she just wants to go out with her even though Anne does not want to. Anne then storms into Ryans house talking about how they dodged a kiss from her date as she did not want to kiss her, she wonders can she date anymore so she thinks that she better kiss Ryan which seems to be step one. The game is on and they are letting him win but know he wants them to not take it easy on him. Then they really do hit him which is funny to watch as he loses pretty easy because he does not have any skills in hockey. OK episode and I'm glad they gave more to Julie White who is worthy of better material but she made the best with what she had. Perry was OK once again but unlike last week's episode I thought it was just standard.

EPISODE GRADE: C+ (MVP: Julie White)


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