Grace and Frankie (2015– )
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The Road Trip 

Frankie finds on the internet Grace's former lover Phil. They decide to embark on a trip down memory lane.

Director:

Arlene Sanford

Writers:

Marta Kauffman (created by), Howard J. Morris (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Jane Fonda ... Grace Hanson
Lily Tomlin ... Frankie Bergstein
Sam Waterston ... Sol Bergstein
Martin Sheen ... Robert Hanson
Brooklyn Decker ... Mallory Hanson (credit only)
Ethan Embry ... Coyote Bergstein
June Diane Raphael ... Brianna Hanson
Baron Vaughn ... Nwabudike Bergstein
Sam Elliott ... Phil
Robert Baker ... Officer Leach
Daniel Monaco ... Pizza Guy
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Frankie finds on the internet Grace's former lover Phil. They decide to embark on a trip down memory lane.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

6 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Martin Sheen (Robert Hanson) & Sam Elliott (Phil) also worked together on Gettysburg (1993) as Gen. Robert E. Lee & Brig. Gen. John Buford respectively. See more »

Goofs

When Brianna leaves the house right before the cheese string discovery, her cape is zipped closed. On the other side of the door, it is open. See more »

Quotes

Grace Hanson: Hope is over-rated.
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References Antiques Roadshow (1997) See more »

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You Can't Go Home Again
21 May 2016 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This is a very entertaining yet biting episode. Frankie talks Grace into taking a brief road trip. She goes to the home of an old flame whom she had rejected at some point. But she has carried a torch for him for some time. There are a series of really hilarious scenes. An encounter with a cop leads to the discovery that Frankie's driver's license has been expired for three years. She is fortunate that she didn't have to go to jail. But Grace now realizes how much Frankie will be depending on her. Even more now than before. The final scene is marvelously orchestrated and memorable. The writing and concept are beautifully presented.


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