Greetings from Tucson

Season 1 Episode 21

Sibling Rivalry

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM May 02, 2003 on The WB
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Sibling Rivalry
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The tension between David and Maria gets out of hand when David embarrasses his sister during her 18th birthday party by showing the guests a video of her singing and dancing in the backyard. When Maria and David will not stop fighting, their parents Joaquin and Elizabeth fear that their children will never be friends and send them to visit a priest as a last ditch effort to mend their relationship.moreless

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      • Magdalena to Joaquin: "Church!"

        Joaquin to Magdalena: "Mom, I am not taking you to mass. Four times a week is enough. Quit bugging God."

        Magdalena to Joaquin: "When things seem hopeless you turn to God."

        Joaquin to Magdalena: "How's he ever help you?"

        Magdalena to Joaquin: "Well, I was a widow very young."

        David to his parents: "I got it. I finally thought of a nice thing to say about Maria."

        Elizabth to David: "Really?"

        David to family: "Yeah, I like that as she's grown oler, she's ignoring me more."

        Maria to David: "You make me laugh when you get a mouth full of tobasco sauce."

        David to Maria: "When have I ever fallen for that?"- He eats a frie with tobasco sause. "Damn it."

        Sarah to David: So you two are getting along. Just answer this, did she become good or did you become evil?"

        David to Sarah: "We met halfway. I'm feeling kind of geevil."

        Sarah to David: "Cool. I always wanted to date a dangerous guy."

        David to Sarah: "You wanna get some ice cream?"

        Sarah to David: "Oh, you wrecked it. Let's go."

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