According to Jim

Season 6 Episode 10

Separate Ways

Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Mar 07, 2007 on ABC
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While Ryan is away, Dana and baby Tanner are staying at Jim and Cheryl's, until Jim starts complaining about the presence of the baby, so Cheryl wants him to stay at Andy's for a while. While Jim and Andy enjoy their male bonding, Cheryl and Dana are enjoying their time together too. At least, until Ryan returns.moreless

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  • Dana and her baby are staying with Jim until Ryan makes his return from Africa. Unfortunately the baby don't stop crying at night, that's why Jim decides to stay at Andy's. After having so much fun at Andy's, Jim doesn't want to go back home.moreless

    This episode was good, but it is definitely not one of the best. Jim hasn't slept in nights, because baby Tanner is crying all night. Unfortunately this state won't change till Ryan comes back from Africa. Cheryl comes up with the idea of Jim staying at Andy's for a good night of rest and furthermore Cheryl could spend more time with Dana and the baby.

    During this "special" night, Jim and Andy actually have so much fun that Jim isn't willing to come back home. Cheryl, without thinking twice, agrees with Jim staying a couple of nights at Andy's place, because she wants to spend more time with Dana and Tanner. First Jim is really excited about his new place, but slowly and surely Jim has one and only thought that bothers him: Why doesn't Cherryl miss him??

    I was totally amazed with Andy's little "amusement center". All those computer games, board games and weapons tidied up in one cabinet. I have never seen anything like it. I thought I was in the room of a ten-year old and not of a grown-up.

    Seeing Jim and Andy play virtual boxing was really cool. Furthermore I never thought that Jim would admit his problem that is needing a person he can talk to and share his thoughts with.moreless

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