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By saoirseMay 15, in Other Comedies. So much could have been done with the cute little boy, but then they trot out that beast. I have never understood her Life in pieces boobs. Somebody in Hollywood really likes Fortune Feimster, I don't get why. There has to be some legal way for Matt and Colleen to get rid of her. I did get a good laugh out of Sophia bringing the janitor to her class and all the kids yelling "Sissel has Sophia!

It's bizarre. Shoved into the story for no apparent reason. Another show I watched now cancelled. This one was quirky and attention needed to be paid to get the most out of it. A really talented cast and good writing. No murders, car chases, robots, spies Hate to think what programming will look like in a few years. I be gone. Greg scrambles to find Lark when he loses her at the hospital while visiting Jen and the new baby; Heather offers to help Sophia with her math homework but can't figure out the new teaching method; Colleen organizes a family photo shoot.

The only funny thing about Dougie's inclusion in that story was the kid's final line This last one was actually pretty good. I enjoyed Greg losing Lark at the hospital, although I expect that happens often enough there are better protocols in place for finding them.

I also loved all the grown-ups trying to figure out the new math. Sam's outfit for the rave was hideous. What didn't work for me was the bit with Matt and his new kid I'm blanking on his nameexcept for the part where John says he's proud of his first grandson, and Tyler is standing right there an has to remind him he's his first grandson. I think the adoption storyline was sort of an unfortunate choice given how the series is ending soon.

We haven't really been given enough time to get a feel for this. I don't know how on earth Colleen thought that hideous makeup on Joan would make her feel better about having her picture taken. She looked like a clown. This happened to my sister when she was barely walking. We were at the hospital visiting my aunt and as we were leaving, my parents turned back to talk to a doctor or someone and my sister got in the elevator by herself. My parents turned around just as the doors closed. One of my parents ran down the stairs to the first floor and the other one stayed in front of the elevator to watch the s light up and see if it stopped on a different floor.

I'm actually in favor of child tethers. Call Life in pieces boobs security lines, and spare everyone the stress of wandering. I liked this past episode a lot Lark missing in the hospital was amusing. I loved the new math stuff. Do they really have those elements in 'New Math'? And nobody was especially annoying, which may be a record for this show. It was hard to believe that Colleen, with her perfectly applied makeup, would think that what she did to Joan's face was great.

Then again, when she put all that horrible makeup on little Lark and that awful ant dress - she thought it looked great Thanks for making me feel like I'm going to miss you show! When I was helping my kids with their algebra, I looked at the problem and told them the answer and showed them how I got there. When Heather and Tim get an emergency text from Samantha to pick her up in the middle of the night, they try not to freak out so she'll still think they're the "cool" parents.

At the circus, Tim endures an embarrassing public situation; John accidentally walks in on Jen breastfeeding the baby; Greg and Matt get competitive over their children's accomplishments. Math was always my Kryptonite in school. I wonder if it would be harder or easier for me now. They already had something called "new math" when I was going into the fifth grade, and that was eons ago. I shudder to think what "new math" means today.

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When Tim gets a toupee, the family tries their best to hide their horrified reactions. Jen fights for face time with her boss when she returns to work after maternity leave; Joan decides to retire but gets cold feet; and Greg and Matt build a playhouse for the. Tyler and Clementine live in the main house, not in the little house in the backyard, correct? Why, then, could Sophia not be left home? Not that I think that 2 parents needed to go pick up Samantha. Leave a note on their door for Sophia if in case she woke up and thought they abandoned her- which did make for a funny scene - and, I guess, wake up Tyler to let him know they were going out so if the house caught on fire, he would know he was responsible for Sophia.

I wonder if the season and series conclusion will show Tyler enrolling in some sort of school or training program. This family is really permissive with allowing their younger men to have extended periods of finding themselves. If Clementine is not currently working, I wonder where they get spending money from. Heather emphasized that they are living there for free. The story with Jen going back to work, and being torn between her career and the new baby - I've seen it a thousand times.

It isn't particularly funny, or heartbreaking, or moving, because it's been done to death. Even if it's something a lot of working moms can relate to, it's a stale premise and there's nothing new to mine from it. I actually felt sorry for Tim at the conference when they threw his picture up on the screen behind him. The Life in pieces boobs card for the Tim toupee story misspelled "Emperor" as "Emporer". Was this just a mistake, or am I missing the joke? It's basically the same procedure, it's just a different word for it based on a different way of explaining it. I'm pretty neutral about the change I'm old enough to have learned "borrowing" instead of "regrouping" and am fine either waybut I don't think the way math concepts are explained to students should be forever static for the sake of their parents.

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To my understanding, old math taught primarily via memorization and basic formulas, and did less to teach the logic behind it. Many kids never developed a true intuitive understanding of the basics, and this was a stumbling block when they moved into more advanced forms of math.

They basically taught us shortcuts and hacks first then expected us to figure out the underlying methods on our own. The new methods are built around getting kids to understand why the basics work, so they're better prepared for the advanced math. This means teaching in a way that makes basic math initially seem more complex because they're trying to teach kids to understand the underlying relationships between s and make doing any type of math more intuitive in the future.

When Matt and Colleen treat Jen and Greg to a fancy dinner as a thank you for writing a recommendation letter, Jen and Greg are mortified when they realize they never wrote it. Sophia asks Tim and Heather to get her a pig; Clementine wants Tyler to stop going to his pediatrician for medical care now that he is an adult; and John's parents decide to get a divorce.

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When Jen and Greg hire Edna, the cleaning lady who has worked for John and Joan for years, Jen is horrified at her strange habits. Matt, Heather, and Greg race to find the valuable souvenir pens John brought them when they were kids; Lucas is terrified of Joan; and when Tim invites Matt over to watch a sporting event on Life in pieces boobs, it takes a weird turn. The John's parents thing was a little dark, although I did love that since they really were married 'til death do us part' that they had a successful marriage.

The actor who played his dad was a total Hey It's That Guy for me who has played d on tv it seems like since it's inception. I really like these two episodes - particularly the dark-as-hell segment with John's parents, and Tyler's testicular lump, and Sophia and the pig. It's a shame they had to be burned off this way. I was a little surprised it didn't turn out Matt was the illustrator for the book that depicted Joan as a witch. When Matt helps Grandpa Mort efficiently book a family trip to the Bahamas, the family is impressed, so Greg reserves a cabana at the pool to outdo Matt; Tim saves the life of a hotel guest; Matt and Colleen take an excursion to a private island.

When Tim and Heather realize that being grandparents is very far off in the future, they decide to have another baby; Joan gets frustrated when she keeps getting tasked with watching the grandkids; Jen and Greg decide to look for a new house. I'm sorry to see this show get cancelled. It always makes me laugh out loud. I'm glad Matt finally got a job.

Heather and Tim trying for a baby was pretty stupid. It bugged me that there was no explanation of who was watching Lark, Talia and Lucas. Colleen's mother isn't around-can Lucas be left with anyone before his adoption Life in pieces boobs final? I laughed out loud after John said that that the nurse probably named him after a dead person and then Joan said " John Doe Short It's a good thing that John's family got treated to an expensive vacation since with all those half-brothers, John likely won't be inheriting much. Mort got around a lot for a guy who thinks he might be into other guys.

Tyler and Clementine are just useless and annoying. If Heather and Tim do have another baby, they will need Tyler's bedroom, so they all better start planning for that.

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