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The Osbournes

Season 1 Episode 5

Tour of Duty

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Aired Tuesday 10:30 PM Apr 02, 2002 on MTV - Music Television
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Tour of Duty
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Ozzy works with a personal trainer and attends rehearsals in preparation for an upcoming tour. He also records a series of silly videos that feature him in drag (including a spoof of the "Lady Marmalade" video) to be displayed on the giant screen during the shows. Sharon and Kelly upset Ozzy with their tendency to go on shopping sprees. They try to pull the wool over Ozzy's eyes, lying about what they have purchased and just how much they have spent. Kelly takes Ozzy's credit card without permission and manages to lose it. Sharon covers for her until she is able to find it in her truck. Sharon, Kelly and some of the dogs accompany Ozzy on the tour, while Jack stays home and tries to get his own record label started. Ozzy is appalled to discover some of the garish special effects to be used in conjunction with the shows, especially a bubble machine. He repeatedly complains about this to Sharon. Sharon tries to keep the tour itinerary hidden from Ozzy. He is mortified by the fact that he must perform for several consecutive days, as he fears he will lose his voice. He insists that he will not go along with this, but Sharon ultimately wins the argument.moreless

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  • How good does Ozzy look in pink tights!

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    How good does Ozzy look in pink tights!

    I thought the photo shoot looked like so much fun.



    Only in America can you use someone else's credit card - no questions!

    How luck was Kelly finding it in the car?

    I have the same passion for shopping as Kelly and Sharon and could only imagine what my dad would do if I ever lost his credit card!

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