Parents are creatures of habit, especially dads. This time, when Bev decides to get rid of Murray’s old chair, she ignited a war in true 80s form.
Bev bought a brand-new chair for the living room. Unfortunately Murray hates it, he liked his old chair, with his shape and his smell. Since she’s not up for getting it back, Murray decides to take something away from her. For an 80s mother, to have your oven replaced by a microwave must have been devastating (or awesome if you’re a bad cook). Bev felt useless.
Although sometimes things are done ‘for your own good’, sometimes it’s better to abstain and let people do their own thing. Murray took away her hairspray, she took away his clean whitey tighties. The last drop was when Bev got rid of the TV and replaced it with a fish tank. Bummer.
Bev had to go to a frat house, clean the place and then get the chair back… Mothers…
Adam had his own property problems. A bully is always annoying him on the bus ride to and from school, so Adam seeked the help of his older brother. Unfortunately, Barry took charge way too quickly. It took all the kids on the bus to kick him out in order to re-gain their territory.
Family is never perfect, but oh doesn’t this one make us laugh!
The Ninja’s Assistant
Bev referring to the ozone layer as that ‘imaginary layer in the sky’
Barry should get a girlfriend equally as awkward as him!