Grounded for Life

Season 4 Episode 16

I Think We're Alone Now

Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Feb 06, 2004 on FOX
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Episode Summary

Sean and Claudia try to take advantage of an empty house and spend some alone time together; Lily realizes that Brad is not a good dancer. Meanwhile, Eddie takes Jimmy & Henry to play paintball as a way to let go their frustration out on each other.moreless

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  • Good episode.

    Sean and Claudia trying to watch Legally Blonde 2 was amusing. Jimmy and Henry fighting was good at first (like Henry changing Jimmy’s password and Jimmy turning off the power), but then it just got annoying (like arguing about who’s staying and who’s leaving).

    It was nice to see Eddie’s hybrid car again. I always love when shows are consistent and remember old episodes.

    It was really predictable what would happen with the masseuses, with Sean neither feeling comfortable about a man rubbing him nor rubbing Claudia.

    The paintballing sequence was pretty funny. And the end dance sequence was great.

    It was also nice to have an episode where Sean and Claudia aren't at each other's throats.moreless
Megyn Price

Megyn Price

Claudia Finnerty

Kevin Corrigan

Kevin Corrigan

Eddie Finnerty

Lynsey Bartilson

Lynsey Bartilson

Lily Finnerty

Donal Logue

Donal Logue

Sean Finnerty

Jake Burbage

Jake Burbage

Henry Finnerty (2001-2004)

Griffin Frazen

Griffin Frazen

Jimmy Finnerty

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • The scene where Eddie, Henry, and Jimmy are at the restaurant the straw in the cup that Henry pours the ketchup in disappears and reappears several times throughout the scene.

    • At one point, Eddie's gun has pink and blue paintballs in it but when he hits someone, they turn yellow.

    • When Sean and Claudia are watching Legally Blonde 2. Sean tells Claudia that Elle Woods(who he calls legally blonde) bought a new dress because the senators were mean to her. But that never happens in the movie.

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  • NOTES (1)


    • I Think We're Alone Now: Title

      This episode's title is derived from the song of the same name by Tommy James and the Shondells.

      It could also derived from the song title of the same name, which Tiffany covered, going to number one in late '87