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    2/16 Show Discussion **Spoilers**

    Please keep all discussion of tonight's episode in this thread only until at least 2:00 A.M. ET.

    Thanks, and enjoy the show!

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    The 'bus' life seems a bit extreme to me, especially for kids with no voice whatsoever in that decision.

    Funeral dad Rick says his business is very unpredictable. I thought Death and Taxes were the only sure things in life.... And leaving a family vacation to bury the town doctor?? Doesnt he have hired help?

    Funeral mom was a bit rude when she said the bus family will appreciate her matching hair, clothes and luggage...

    Bus mom thinks a hearse is pronounced 'hurts'.
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    Funeral mom is already getting on my nerves. Could she squeal any more?

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    I think Funeral Mom (Michelle Pyke) has a much better attitude towards life. But she's a bit high-pitched and squealy for me.

    Bus Mom (Lynn Smith) is OK with cleaning the poop out of the bus sewer system, but dead bodies make her squeamish.
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

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    Oh man - the funeral dirge they play every time Rick is on screen is cracking me up!
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

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    Michelle's boys eat a ton of junk food. Lynn is a health-food nut. She also has to support the boys' sports events. Of which her daughters have none.

    Lynn's girls seem to have some kind of phobia about school - obviously Daddy's influence. Michelle tries to explain the social necessity of school.
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    Lynn (bus mom) should realize that although the boys are eating junk food they are also involved in sports and activities that will let them burn those calories whereas I wonder how the bus girls get their exercise. Well, they do have bikes on the front of the bus.

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    Michelle doesn't want to stay at the truck stop. "There's prostitutes at truck stops!" She has a point though: Daddy Andre shields his girls from schools, but truck stops are acceptable?
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    Bus dad is a bit controlling aint he... Pink haired mom has a serious aversion to truck stops.. I mean come on, when you're drunk at 1am w/no fast food places around, the truck stop is the best place for a late nite burger and fries... Doesnt she know that?

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    Michelle, "Andre, youre a great hose hooking fool. You go boyeeee!"

    Well, there's a statement you dont hear to often "Be a man Andre. Plug in your bus." without a cheerleading squad.. How awkward (sp) for these two enclosed in that tight spot when they obviously dont like each other.

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