The War at Home

Season 1 Episode 15

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Mar 12, 2006 on FOX
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Dave and Vicky attempt to cheer Mike up when they are convinced he's depressed after find a note in his room. Mike goes along with them and decides to milk the situation for all its worth... until he's taken to a therapist and is forced to tell the truth. Due to all the attention Mike is receiving, Larry becomes very upset. Meanwhile, Hillary takes a sexual experience survey for a class at school.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Dave shows Vicky Hillary's sex survey, he flips over one page. When they cut to Vicky again, there are three pages flipped over.

    • QUOTES (15)

      • Mike: All right, look, I have to tell you guys the truth. I'm not really depressed, okay? That note you found was a song I tried to write, and I was just trying to get you to buy me stuff.
        Vicky: We know that, you idiot!
        Dave: Yeah, what's the matter with you, huh? How can you do something like that?
        Vicky: You scared us!
        Dave: How are we supposed to know when there's something's really wrong with you, you moron!

      • Dr. Leiber: (about Mike) This is a very difficult thing for a therapist to tell a parent about their child...
        Vicky: Oh, God!
        Dave: What, he's sick? He's really sick?
        Dr. Leiber: Actually, the clinical term is, "Big ****ing Liar."

      • Aunt Shelly: Actually, honey, you're not Vicky's son. You're my son. They took you away because I'm insane.
        (Larry runs away screaming; cut scene)
        Aunt Shelly: Nah, I'm not his mother, I was just screwing with him. Serves them right for never visiting me.

      • Vicky: You know, between his sleeping and his moods, and that note, you know, we're just very concerned, Doctor. And I'm not one of those parents that, you know, overreacts, but he turned down chocolate-chip pancakes.
        Dr. Leiber: Well, I don't consider therapy overreacting, I just think it's good parenting.
        (cut scene)
        Dr. Leiber: Plus, all I need is one more manic depressive or schizophrenic and I can afford to re-landscape.

      • Larry: Let me ask you, this Aunt Shelly, before she went crazy, did she have weird thoughts like what would happen if she were suddenly on the Iron Chef and she didn't know how to cook?
        Vicky: I don't know, honey, but trust me, you're 100% normal.
        Larry: Well, thanks, Mom. (walks out)
        Dave: 100% must mean something different than when I was in school.

      • Larry: Hey, Mike just told me he's going to therapy.
        Dave: Yeah, so?
        Larry: So, if there's anyone in this family who should be going to therapy, it's me. I'm the middle child, I'm neurotic, I'm the one with the horrible social skills. How many cries for help do you need?!

      • Vicky: What's the alternative, to be ignorant and in the dark?
        Dave: Hey, some people are afraid of the dark, I'm afraid of the light.

      • Dave: No, no. No therapy. Okay? All those head doctors do is say you have ADD or OCD or NAACP and boom, you're labeled a nut job. And once you start, you can't stop. I'm telling you, Vicky, therapy is like crack for sad people.

      • Vicky: Hey, we need to talk. All right, we did it your way, we got Mike everything he asked for and he's getting worse. Larry made him cry.
        Dave: Hey, not for nothing, Larry makes me cry from time to time, too.

      • Mike: Pancakes? What's wrong? Did Grandma die?
        Dave: No, no, we just wanted to do something special for you. And after work, I'm going to take you to get that new video game you've been asking me for.
        Mike: All right, tell me what's going on. Are you guys getting a divorce?
        Dave: No, damn it! Why are you always asking us that?

      • Dave: (to Vicky) Sweetie, we don't have to go running to some headshrinker, all right? I know exactly what this is about. We've been too busy oiling the squeaky wheels.
        Larry: Hey, what's that supposed to mean?
        Hillary: It means you're a freak.

      • Vicky: (about Mike) He's a little depressed.
        Larry: I'm sorry, wait, Mike's depressed?
        Vicky: Yeah.
        Larry: What does he have to be depressed about?
        Hillary: Well, you're his brother. I know that gets me down sometimes.

      • Vicky: (about Mike) I found this in his trash can when I was snooping... I mean, cleaning in his room.
        Dave: (reads note) "Life sucks. Why even bother? I feel like crawling in a hole and never coming out." You sure you didn't find this in my trash?

      • Dave: Hey.
        Vicky: Hey.
        Dave: How you doing?
        Vicky: Um, I'm just a little worried.
        Dave: Yeah, I know. Hillary's taking some sex quiz. It's the first time in my life I've ever worried that she's gonna score too high on a test.

      • Dave: Hey, Hill.
        Hillary: Hey.
        Dave: "Sexual Experience Questionnaire"? What the hell is that? Some test you pass around so you can mix-and-match with other horny kids? That's disgusting.
        Hillary: No. This is a survey from the State of New York.
        Dave: Politicians want to know about teenage sex? Yeah, I guess that sounds about right.

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