$#*! My Dad Says (2010–2011)
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The Manly Thing to Do 

Ed's navy buddy comes to visit and ends up insulting Tim, Ed's housekeeper. Meanwhile, Henry accidentally sees Bonnie naked.


Gail Mancuso


David Kohan (created by), Max Mutchnick (created by) | 5 more credits »


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Episode credited cast:
William Shatner ... Dr. Edison Milford Goodson III
Jonathan Sadowski ... Henry Goodson
Nicole Sullivan ... Bonnie Goodson
Will Sasso ... Vince Goodson
John Mahoney ... Lt. Col. Wally Durham
Tim Bagley ... Tim
Sam Pancake ... Lawrence
Don Perry ... Ripplinger
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barrett Crake ... Chorus Member


When Ed's commander is the Navy comes for reunion with some other Navy buddies, he lets him stay with him. He tells Henry to stay with his brother cause he's putting his friend up in Henry's room. While at his brother he catches a glimpse of his brother's wife naked. And Ed's friend makes a lot derogatory remarks about homosexuals which offends Tim and Ed doesn't stand up for him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Release Date:

11 November 2010 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


In an interview with afterelton.com, producers David Kohan and Max Mutchnick said that this episode's plot (in which Ed's old Navy buddy turns out to be a homophobe) was inspired by a real on-set incident during the filming of an earlier episode in which a crew member started to say some things that Mutchnick and Kohan characterized as "very anti-gay sentiments" and "really sort of offensive and stunning." See more »

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Pushing the Message
12 November 2010 | by Bronco46See all my reviews

This has been a really funny show; up to this episode. That's not to say this episode didn't have it's moments. I just wish Hollywood would stop trying to cram lifestyle decisions down our throats thinly veiled in what is supposed to be entertainment. Why can't they just try to stick to entertaining us instead of propagandizing. I don't care how anyone chooses to live their life. Why, is what is supposed to be entertainment turned into a lecture, with discussions about individuals sex life. I enjoy most genre's, but even a really good and funny show like this one can be ruined by boring story lines blatantly trying to brainwash me. If the message is important at least put it in a well written story. This was not one of those. The actors were great, it was the story that was bad.

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