Titus

Season 2 Episode 6

The Perfect Thanksgiving

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Aired Unknown Nov 21, 2000 on FOX
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The Perfect Thanksgiving
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Erin vows to have the perfect Thanksgiving dinner to announce her and Titus' engagement to both their families...and they all end up in the hospital.

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    Robert Hawkins

    Robert Hawkins

    Michael

    Guest Star

    Mariah Shirley

    Mariah Shirley

    Kim

    Guest Star

    Jose Payo

    Jose Payo

    Cop

    Guest Star

    Mary Lou Rosato

    Mary Lou Rosato

    Nurse Kathy

    Recurring Role

    Susan Barnes

    Susan Barnes

    Nora

    Recurring Role

    Hamilton Camp

    Hamilton Camp

    Merrit

    Recurring Role

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      • Titus: Dad never believed in hurting his kids. He believed in threatening to hurt his kids, which was effective. Because we never stopped being afraid that Dad might forget what he believed in.

      • Titus: You can't invite a normal guy into a room with fifteen damaged people. Putting Tommy near Erin's brother Michael is kinda like giving a gazelle a complimentary pass to Lion Country Safari.

      • (opening narration)
        Titus: Thanksgiving is a holiday that brought together two different cultures. The Pilgrims came here with the best intentions. They-They decided to flee an oppressive people and move to a new land where they thrived and became an oppressive people. You get certain people on the same continent there's gonna be a problem. Pilgrims and Indians. Protestants, Catholics. My family, anybody else's family.

      • Titus: Oh, Kathy, I'm so glad you're here. That's how much pain I'm in.

      • Titus: Michael got kicked out of high school for stealing. He got put in jail for stealing. He was with these guys who used to break into houses, he stole from them. The guy's a thief... Where the hell's my fork?

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