Til Death

Season 2 Episode 1

Performance Anxiety

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Sep 19, 2007 on FOX
out of 10
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Episode Summary

After attending a birthday party for Steph, Eddie decides it’s time to confront Joy about some of her more irritating habits. When Joy is not exactly receptive to hearing about her social blunders, Eddie learns his wife is not alone in being oblivious to her own public behavior. Meanwhile, over at the Woodcocks’, Jeff finds it more difficult than he imagined giving his wife a gift that she has wanted for a long time.moreless

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  • Well written, good to have it back for the second series.

    Second season is back and the first episode continued to be as good as any in series 1. This show is certainly watchable and always a good laugh, although not quite on par with How I met your mother.

    Brad Garrett is fantastic in this and is even better than he was in Everybody Loves Raymond, not seen Joley Fisher in anything before this but she certainly is a good counterpart. I've always thought that they got her to expose her breasts for ratings (not complaining), more focus on that topic in this episode.

    A good solid 8.2 rating from me for this episode, looking forward to the others.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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    • As from this episode, at the beggiging of each one, one of the actors will say "'Til Death is recorded in front of a live audience".

    • There's now a presentation, that includes the stars and creators names, in which Eddie & Joy dance very funny, and after a little while, they stare at the screen, they feel shame, and they go away.


    • During the retirement party for Mr. Wallach, his wife (miserably) tries to sing "(I Had) The Time of My Life," the Oscar winning song from the movie Dirty Dancing. Eddie then encourages Joy to join her and procedes to rip open her blouse to expose her cleavage and says "Nobody puts these babies in a corner," an allusion to the line "Nobody puts Baby in a corner," again from Dirty Dancing.