Still Standing

Season 4 Episode 5

Still Irresponsible

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 19, 2005 on CBS
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Still Irresponsible
After scolding Bill and Kyle for their childish behavior, Judy is forced to swallow her pride and ask Kyle for help when she makes an irresponsible mistake.

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  • Midevil fighting...must I say more.

    This was a very good Still Standing episode, it starts out with Brian waiting for a response back from a college that he applied to. When Bill is slacking off on the chores, Judy gets very mad and blames it on the neighbor. So, now the neighbor is mad at Judy and he starts hanging out with Bill's friend Fitz. Later on Judy finds out that she forgot to mail Brian's application. Her and Linda go to the college and work things out, until Judy calls the male receptionist a woman. In the end she finds out the neighbor went there and that is family is at very high standings with the school, she needs his help. In the end Judy beats him up (in there Mid evil knight outfits). This episode was pretty good, it had a lot of really good one liners.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In his rec room, Kyle Polsky is seen to have a modern Double Diamond slot machine, often used in conjunction with the MegaBucks progressive jackpot. However, private ownership of a slot machine less than 25 years old is prohibited in Illinois, and he would likely be unable to even get one shipped to him.

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    • Complaining about menial tasks, Kyle says, "chores, what are they good for?" Bill follows up with "absolutely nothing," completing a double team allusion to the chorus from Edwin Starr's 1970 song "War".

    • When caught at Kyle's house by Bill, Fitz tells him he's the new "Goose" flying wingman for Kyle. Goose (Anthony Edwards) was the call sign of Maverick's (Tom Cruise) partner in Top Gun.

    • Seeing Kyle in his suit of armor, Judy refers to him as "the one with no heart," a reference to the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz. She continues by saying her husband must be "the one with no brain," likening him to the Scarecrow.