The Osbournes

Season 2 Episode 2

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Aired Tuesday 10:30 PM Nov 26, 2002 on MTV - Music Television
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Jack tries to deal with the annoying tourists who have begun showing up at the Osbournes' house since the show became a hit. He uses remote control sprinklers to encourage the trespassers to leave the premises. Ozzy and Sharon travel to Washington, D.C. to attend the White House Correspondents Dinner. The president mentions Ozzy during his remarks, prompting Ozzy to stand and salute the crowd. He immediately travels to London the next day, while Sharon returns to Los Angeles to watch Kelly perform "Papa Don't Preach" at the MTV Movie Awards. Kelly believes that Jack is jealous of her success, but he seems genuinely excited for her as he watches her performance. Jack also tracks one of his favorite actresses, Natalie Portman, and gets to sit on her lap. Kelly moves to New York for a few months to work on her album. As Sharon travels with her, she comments on the family's success and expresses her fear that something terrible will come along to bring them back to earth.moreless

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  • Good to see a behind the scenes view

    9.5
    I watched the MTV Movies Awards before I saw this Osbournes episode, I thought it was a great episode because you go to see their behind the scenes view.



    It was great watching Jack try to see Natalie Portman and eventually sitting on her lap.



    I was a bit surprised to see how nervous Kelly was before she went on I thought she would have been more ready for it but I guess everything happened so quickly.



    I also loved how again the whole family was involved, even if Ozzy wasn't there in person, and I love how proud Sharon looked when Kelly was singing on stage. Even Jack looked proud of her!moreless

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