Til Death

Season 2 Episode 3

Come Out and Play

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 03, 2007 on FOX
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Episode Summary

When Jeff runs into a rival vice principal (guest star John Cho) from a snooty private school, he lets his competitive side get the best of him and signs up for a school faculty basketball league. The team’s secret weapon is Eddie, who’s a former state basketball champion. However, Eddie has a shocking secret he has kept for over 20 years – a secret so astonishing not even Joy knows about it.moreless

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  • My first and last episode of this show.

    I was in the audience during the filming of this episode. It was my first time watching an episode of this show...and I was not impressed. The performers may all be funny people on their own, but teir characters are little more than cardboard cut outs of characters in other sitcoms. As a matter of fact, I'm pretty sure I've seen this episode on all the other male bashing sitcoms that have ever exhisted like Home Improvement or According to Jim. The plot of the show was silly. People only act like that in television shows and there are shows out there where people acted just like that and possibly better.

    Honestly, I was shocked when I found tickets for this show available. I thought it had been cancelled. In my head I wish it had been. Then I might have had the opportunity to see a better show.moreless
  • Another great episode of 'Til Death that makes me crack up.

    Hah, this episode kept me laughing. Eddie should have known better not to fake being hurt. I mean, he can't be good at everything... but I can't believe he chose basketball of all things to fake! I loved the part in the episode where Steph walked in Eddie and Joy's house after she left and Eddie was walking to the fridge and just fell down and acted like he was hurt. Ooh, and who gets up at 2 AM to try to get good at basketball by morning? I thought that was kind of odd on Eddie's part. I loved the bloopers at the end of the episode when Eddie keeps on shooting at the basket, and you see Joy walking away. That scene must have took FOREVER to take. Overall, a good episode and I really enjoyed it.moreless

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