The War at Home

Season 2 Episode 4

Car Wars

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Oct 01, 2006 on FOX
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Episode Fan Reviews (3)

8.5
out of 10
Average
49 votes
  • It was silly, but that is the good thing about it. It was a good episode. This season just keeps getting better and better.

    9.2
    Like I said, this season of "The War At Home" just keeps getting better and better. In this episode, when Hilary wants a car really bad, her dad keeps telling her no. Finally though, Dave agrees to get her a car, but with a little twist. Hilary has to sign a car contract in order to get the car and the contract has other stuff to do on it. She has to do other stuff including errands, pick-ups, etc. Also, Mike's ex-girlfriend Heidi, meets Larry at a pizza place and decides to ask her out. In the end, Larry finds out that he gets more than Mike being with Heidi. Overall I enjoyed this episode and it was a good episode to end up till the World Series break. Make sure to catch this episode.
  • Those idiots are not fit to be parents...

    1.0
    What else is new, bad jokes, crappy plotlines and a complete lack of reality. Dave the "Archie Bunker Wannabe" and Vicky the "Carbon Copy of a crappy funny mom" use manipulation to make Hillary drive everywhere for them because they are to lazy to do it themselves. And Larry got Mikes ex girlfriend and some terrible "bros before ho's" thing ensued after the argument. Yet again... pathetic.
  • Another great installment to FOX's the war at home!

    9.0
    many people said W@H would not survive past one season. however, it seems to be doing pretty decent in the ratings, averaging 6+ million weekly viewers. it could do better, however, i think its much more original than any other family comedies (i.e. george lopez, according to jim). this episode was very funny with hillary taking control of her parents and also the grandma was very funny. the show is just an 'A' in my book. great work guys!
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