My Boys

Season 3 Episode 1

Welcome Back, Kalla Fötter

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 31, 2009 on TBS
Welcome Back, Kalla Fötter
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Episode Summary

In a continuation of last season's cliffhanger, Bobby and Elsa decide to call off their wedding, and Bobby goes on the honeymoon trip alone. Back in Chicago Andy and his wife have a new baby, and the guys are having a moustache growing contest. Against Stephanie's advice P.J. decides to tell Bobby how she feels about him.moreless

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  • My Boys is a true testiment to good TV.

    I missed this episode when it first aired last week so Thank God for the internet. After watching this episode I began to get really excited for 'this season?' I am totally confused as to if this is a new season or if it's the second half on the second season. Anyways other than that very confusing aspect of the show,I am so glad My Boys is back. This episode was truly a great example of what the show is all about. The boys waiting outside Bobby's room was hilarious. And then it turned into a mustache growing competetion. All in all a great episode. The end was my favourite part. This show needs to be around for a while, it has so much more story and hilarity to offer.moreless
  • Back for a 3rd season (or is it 4th? continuation of 2nd? TBS has me confused!)

    The season premiere was excellent. Not wanting to give away too much of the pivotal plot for those who haven't viewed, I'll not go into the major events. However, the mustache-growing contest is classic My Boys, and provided some of the best of the witty dialogue that I've come to expect from this show. I alternated between laughing and, I have to admit, some jaw-dropping throughout the entire 30-minutes.

    This episode was not the very best episode I've seen of the show, hence the 9.0 rating, but it ranks right up there. My parents are now hooked on the show after watching it with me tonight, and I'm ready to break out my Season 1 DVDs again. My only complaint is that there are only 7 more episodes ordered, unless they decide to extend the season. One can hope!moreless
  • My Boys is back.

    My Boys is finally back after not producing new episodes since last summer. Can it survive without The Bill Engvall Show as a lead-in and did it live up to the hype? While the answer to the first question remains to be seen, yes, it absolutely lived up to the hype. Fans who had been wanting to know what happened with PJ and Bobby got their answer in the opening minutes. All the one-liners were on point with a notable being Mike calling Kenny, with a new mustache, a man mining for gold circa 1849.

    I did not care for the ending, which I will not spoil for those who have not seen it yet, but I think many fans may be pleased with it. But all in all a good way to come back with an episode that has virtually erased the lackluster second season from memory.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Kenny: Yeah, Elsa woke up on her wedding day, and her first thought was 'I need to know more about Bobby's friends. How many combs does Mike have? Does Brendan have a bicycle?'

    • Brendan: Dude, I could totally rock a 'stache. Like Burt Reynolds.
      Mike: Me too.
      Kenny: You? More like Debbie Reynolds.
      Mike: What's that supposed to mean?
      Kenny: You're a hairless freak.
      Mike: Whatever. I could totally out-stache you.

    • Brendan: Wait a minute, why am I agreeing with Mike?
      Kenny: It doesn't feel right does it?

    • Mike: We're having a mustache growing contest.
      Andy: Interesting. So even if you win, you still lose.

    • Andy: All babies look just like me.

    • (Insulting each other about their mustaches)
      Kenny: Shouldn't you be telling the neighbors you're a sex offender?
      Mike: Shouldn't you be panning for gold circa 1849?

    • Kenny: I get a lot of attention from the ladies. I mean, mostly them holding their purses tighter or steering their children away from me, but still.

    • (Mike, Kenny and Brendan knock on Bobby's door)
      Kenny: Bobby!
      Bobby: Hey, my best men.
      Mike: Wedding boy.
      Brendan: Ready for your big day?
      Bobby: Yeah, totally. I'm psyched.
      Mike: Dude, I was up with Maggie last night til four a.m., it was epic.
      Kenny: What's wrong with you?
      Mike: What?
      Kenny: It's his wedding day. He doesn't want to hear about your dirty times.
      Mike: He may be getting married but he's still a man.
      Bobby: Yeah, it's okay Mike, I'll take a raincheck on the stories about you sleeping with my mother's friend.
      Mike: Okay, but cleanup, Mike's room.
      Bobby: Hey, I got a favor to ask you guys. (Pulls out some letters) These are for Elsa, and I want you to find time today when she's alone and give them to her.
      Brendan: What's in them?
      Bobby: Just letting her know I'm thinking about her, and I'm looking forward to being married to her and stuff.
      Mike: Uh, dude? Stop auditioning, you got the part.
      Kenny: This is really sweet.
      Bobby: Don't read them! Just give them to her.
      Brendan: I'm on it. So, what do we do? Are we going to breakfast?
      Bobby: Sounds good.
      Brendan: Last breakfast as a single man! (They all high-five) Last high-five as a single man!
      Bobby: I doubt it. (They high-five again, then Elsa comes in)
      Kenny: Hey morning Elsa, Elsa! Wait, isn't it bad luck for the bride and groom to see each other before the wedding?
      Elsa: I'm sorry guys, um, I need to talk to Bobby.
      Mike: Well, we're heading out to breakfast. You're more than welcome to join.
      Elsa: I meant alone.
      Mike: Okay. We'll get you a muffin. (The guys, minus Bobby, leave)

    • (Bobby has just admitted he thinks he is marrying the wrong woman)
      Jack: Hey, is he okay?
      P.J.: I don't know. (Runs into the hall after him) Bobby. Dude, what's going on? You just said some things, and you know, you're getting married tomorrow, and...
      Bobby: Yeah, I don't know, I don't know what I'm saying. You know, I'm not saying anything, I'm just, I'm tired, and I've had a lot to drink, and I need to go to bed. Good night.
      (He walks off and P.J. walks back to Jack)
      Jack: What was that about?
      P.J.: You know, I don't know.
      Jack: Well, what'd he say?
      P.J.: Um, I'm not sure. I think he has cold feet.
      Jack: We Newmans usually get cold feet after the wedding.
      P.J.: I'm sorry. I'm a little thrown by what just happened.
      Jack: Why don't you just call it a night?
      P.J.: Yeah, I think that would be best. And tomorrow's the big day, so...
      Jack: Yeah, definitely. Okay.
      P.J.: Okay.
      (Jack kisses her on the cheek and leaves)
      P.J.: (Narration) I never really understood where the phrase out of left field came from, but I certainly know what it means. One tiny interrupted conversation can change everything.

    • Stephanie: Seriously, P.J., it's getting pathetic!
      P.J.: Or, is it getting romantic? I mean, maybe I'm like one of those characters in one of those Victorian novels, huh?
      Stephanie: Which one?
      P.J.: Oh, god, I don't know. One with Keira Knightley?

    • Mike: There are three things that I do well. Change a flat tire...
      Brendan: Scare babies...
      Kenny: Live in a house with one chair?
      Mike: ...soothe a wild dog and grow facial hair.

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