Grounded for Life

Season 4 Episode 28

Space Camp Oddity

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM May 07, 2004 on FOX
8.7
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Lily has her doubts when Brad tells her about a girl he once had a relationship with at space camp named Lana. But Brad, tired of Lily thinking this, changes his Summer plans and boards a bus to space camp with a very cute, and very real, Lana.moreless

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  • Mila Kunis guest stars...

    8.5
    This plot was really great, and it's perfect for a finale, since it was the end of the school year, and summer was starting, it was heartbreaking in the end, when Brad actually left for space camp. Lilly was so funny in this episode. Yelling "TAXI!" when Luna wasn't even ready to go. That was hilarious! There was too much filler in this episode though. Like Henry's last appearance as just doing random things when he's bored. Jimmy trying to find out who wrote "Call Me" in the yearbook, and Sean spreading secrets. The development was that Hope & Eddie are officaly living together. Great finale, and a perfect way to test Lilly & Brad's relationship.moreless
  • Lily doesn't believe Brad when he says he has a girlfriend at Space Camp, but when she turns out to be real, Lily becomes jealous because she's cute as well.

    10
    I can summarize why I love this episode with two words: Mila Kunis. Over on "That 70s Show," she could be vicious and dense, but as Luna, she's adorable and funny, and still vicious as she teases Lily over her relationship with Brad. Another thing that makes this a fave is the fact that Lynsey Bartilson tends to pull some acting chops in her mood swings on this show. Mostly, she's a conniving and dishonest teenager, but she in this episode, she starts to show Lily with a bit more dimension. Neurotic and jealous have rarely been a part of her character, especially not around Brad for whom she has never shown feelings for.moreless
  • After Brad (Lily's boyfriend) brags about a girlfriend he had at Space camp, Lily thinks he's just making her up. But when she shows up at his doorstep, she realizes that she is indeed, real. This sparks jealousy.moreless

    8.6
    This episode was one of the very few episodes of this series that had a couple of serious moments between the characters. -- Brad and Lily have their first fight when Brad's space camp Girlfriend, Lana, comes to town, and (to Lily's dismay) Brad ends up going to Space Camp with her. Lily's decided that Brad doesn't like her anymore, so she takes things into her own hands and tries to make him jealous. She ends up hooking up with Joey, an employee of the local coffee shop "Mocha Joey's". Later, when Brad and Lily make up, she regrets everything that happened while Brad was at Space Camp, until he admits his infedilty.moreless
Richard Riehle

Richard Riehle

Walt Finnerty (Season 1-2, recurring otherwise)

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)

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    • Yet another That '70s Show cast member drops in for a guest appearance. Mila Kunis guest stars in this episode. Previously three of her '70s co-stars appeared -- Wilmer Valderrama in "Mustang Lily", Danny Masterson in "Baby You Can't Drive My Car", and Ashton Kutcher in "Dust in the Wind".

    • This was Henry`s (Jake Burbage)last appearence on the show, even though he still talked about. He moved back East with his family. Instead of writing him out or recasting the role, and since Claudia became pregnant, the producers decided to continue the season with one fewer kid. However, Claudia and Sean often say that they have three kids, even while Henry is nowhere to be found.

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