Still Standing

Season 2 Episode 8

Still Interfering

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 10, 2003 on CBS
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Still Interfering
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Eager to relive their glory days, chaperones Bill and Judy are excited about a teen dance with an '80s theme. The same can't be said of Brian, who's dateless after following his mom's relationship advice. Meanwhile, Bill gives a few pointers on the birds and bees to a football player, who then makes a move on Lauren.moreless

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    Aaron Hill

    Aaron Hill

    Chad Kemp

    Guest Star

    Ashley Tisdale

    Ashley Tisdale

    Bonnie

    Guest Star

    Joel Murray

    Joel Murray

    Danny Fitzsimmons

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Bill: (to Judy) Remember when you and I used to be all hot and heavy?
        Linda: (pointing back and forth between Bill and Judy) Yeah, which one were you, Bill?
        Bill: The one feeling up your sister while you were asleep in the top bunk.

      • Linda: Let me get this straight: you broke up Brian with the love of his life and Bill taught some jock how to get lucky with your daughter. Why don't you just go for the hat trick and kill Tina's gerbil?

      • Judy: Don't you think sometimes [Bonnie] can be a little bossy?
        Brian: Mom, she's a female, who will kiss me, who's not my aunt. You make sacrifices.

      • Linda: I think you're jealous of your son's girlfriend.
        Judy: That is sick!
        Linda: Well I think that if you look at the facts—
        Judy: No, I'm not denying it. It's just sick!

      • Bill: (about sports practice) Coach usually lets us out around 4:30.
        Judy: Honey, coach let you out about 20 years ago.

      • Judy: Is it just me, or is Bonnie getting a little bossy?
        Bill: No, you're bossy, too.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Judy mentions that in the '80s, they "pitied the fool who didn't know the lingo," referring to Mr. T's catchphrase, "I pity the fool!"

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