The War at Home

Season 2 Episode 16

No Weddings and a Funeral

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Feb 08, 2007 on FOX
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No Weddings and a Funeral
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Vicky's mom Betty and her boyfriend Sid announce their engagement and upcoming wedding in St. Martin and invite the entire family to join them. But when Sid goes too far with a stripper, Dave wonders whether or not to tell Betty and risk losing the free trip. Meanwhile, Kenny goes on a date with an ex-boyfriend of Hillary's, so Dave has an awkward conversation with him about gay safe-sex, while Hillary worries she may have a knack for turning men gay.moreless

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  • first date, second wedding and a funeral

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    I love this episode. the story line with Vickys mother second wedding was fun - especially with Daves internal struggle over what is more important - his hapiness or his mother-in-lows. Hilarys worry about turning the guys she dates into gays was amusing too. but the best part was Keeny and his boyfriend. it was so sweet and funny with the reactions they got from Dave and Vicky and the sex talk was simply hilarious. and the actual date was just adorable. Jackson and Rami did a perfect job on it. the innocence, the anxiety, the hapiness - very well done. it is an episode I can watch over and over again.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Vicky's mom was engaged to Jack, played by Lyle Waggoner in the episode "Breaking Up is Hard to Do." Now, she's engaged to Sid, played by George Segal.

    • The rabbi conducting the service is wearing a prayer shawl (called a "tallis" in Yiddish or "tallit" in Hebrew). This is incorrect as rabbis do not wear the prayer shawl when conducting a funeral service.

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Albert: This is the worst bachelor party ever!
      Dave: Albert, this isn't Sid's bachelor party; it's his memorial.
      Albert: Right. When does the stripper get here?
      Dave: She was here already.
      Albert: Damn it! Did I enjoy it?
      Dave: Yeah, yeah. You had a great time. In fact, you had sex with her.
      Albert: Wow! Yeah, I still got it! We going to play cards or not? And where the hell is Sid? That guy would be late to his own funeral.

    • Dave: Does this mean we don't have to do this, uh, you know, silly renewing the vows thing?
      Vicky: Dave, I know the answer you're hoping for, but I think we both know which one's coming out of my mouth.

    • (aboard the airplane)
      Dave: Larry, what the hell are you doing up here?
      Larry: It's awful back there.
      Dave: Larry, another word out of you, okay, the next time this family goes on a trip, I'm going to leave you in a kennel.

    • Vicky: What's more important: my mother's happiness or a free trip to the Caribbean?
      Dave: Vicky, I know what answer you're hoping to hear, but we both know which one is going to come out of my mouth.

    • Dave: So, does that make sense?
      Kenny: Yeah, yeah, and I really don't think we need to talk about this anymore. Think I got it.
      Dave: No, no, you think you got it? Come on, that's not good enough, Kenny, all right? This isn't like regular sex where there's some girl there to say no to everything.

    • Vicky: (About Kenny) Well, now that he has a boyfriend and he's going to be home alone while we're away, I think you need to talk to him about safe sex.
      Dave: What, are you kidding me?
      Vicky: No. We don't know what he knows and doesn't know about sex.
      Dave: Yeah, and I'd like to keep it that way.
      Vicky: And I'd like to keep him from getting AIDS.
      Dave: All right, all right, all right, fine, fine. I'll go have a talk with him about the birds and... the birds.

    • Kenny: I had the best time tonight with Dylan. He spells his name with a "Y." Why? Because he's cute.

    • Vicky: Hey, you know what? We should do something romantic.
      Dave: I totally agree. You know what, uh, give me ten minutes to use the can, and I'll meet you upstairs.
      Vicky: Wow... you're going to the bathroom first. I feel like I'm in a romance novel.

    • Vicky: So, Mom, when's the wedding?
      Betty: It's two weeks from today.
      Sid: And we want you all to be there.
      Vicky: Well, of course we're all going to be there.
      Dave: Yeah, I can't think of any reason why we wouldn't.
      (cut scene)
      Dave: But two weeks should be enough time for me to come up with something.

    • Mike: Wait a minute, Grandma. You don't have to get married, do you?
      Betty: Mike, every day, you become more and more like your father. Stop it!

    • Dave: Hey, what's with all the primping?
      Kenny: I'm hanging out with Dylan.
      Dave: Ooh, is that your little boyfriend?
      Kenny: Not yet, but fingers crossed.

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