Rodney

Season 2 Episode 5

Keith

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Nov 08, 2005 on ABC
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Trina's father is forced to lay her off when the car dealership falls on hard times. Rodney and Barry make a plan to bring some extra food home by buying two slabs of beef, but then the Hamiltons end up with an extra mouth to feed.

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  • Rodney and Barry try to save some money by buying large quantities of meat at once,but things don\'t go as they planned.

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    Rodney and Barry try to save some money by buying large quantities of meat at once,but they get a live cow delivered to Rodney's doorstep instead.Rodney's boys immediately get attached to the animal and name it "Keith"

    Now the two men must find a way to turn the cow into fresh meat,but it is not as easy to do it, as it first seemed.



    A very funny episode, i especially liked the scene where they are lying to Trina that they butchered the cow and put all the meat in the freezer,and while they are all looking in the freezer, the supposedly butchered cow shows up out of nowhere,and sticks her head in the freezer, man that was hilarious.moreless
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Robert Clendenin

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Carl

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    • Keith's gender seems to be in confusion all through the ep, as the cow is called both "he" and "she" , and being given a male name isn't helping. They finally settle on female--which, if so, would make Keith next to useless as beef cattle, and kiliing her for food fairly pointless. Beef is generally made from steers (castrated males) because their flesh is more tender and palatable than a cow's, who are generally used more for their milk and for breeding.

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