. Claire took over at the office while Jay was sick for the week. It's in an up-and-coming neighborhood with a distinct multicultural bent that's undergoing an exciting urban renewal. We described it for him perfectly. Jay invites the family over for dinner in hopes that there won't be any of the usual drama, but he's out of luck when Mitch is upset by the wedding-cake topper that Cam's father whittled out of soap.
When Jay was sick for the past week, she took charge and covered for him at work, handling crisis after crisis, but he still hasn't shown any gratitude. Aired 5 years ago - Apr 02, 2014 Mitch struggles to hide his genuine feelings about an unflattering wedding topper Cam's father made; Phil tries to help Gloria sell the apartment she had before Jay but they get sidetracked at a salon; Jay wants to host a nice family evening. Mitchell: One more time than she realized. Jay helped Mitchell get rid of it, but in the end Mitchell admitted his feelings to Cam. He's a world-class soap carver. Cam: Lily loved having that chicken. While waiting for a potential buyer, they visit the old hair salon where she used to work, and when the new stylist fails to show up, Gloria and Phil decide to help out.
Meanwhile, Phil tries to help Gloria sell her old apartment; and Claire and the kids have every intention of helping Jay get ready for his special night, but they wind up in one argument after another. Meanwhile, Phil tries to help Gloria sell her old apartment; and Claire and the kids have every intention of helping Jay get ready for his special night, but they wind up in one argument after another. Just a warning, I haven't shampooed professionally since college and that was only part-time to pay for my cheer gear. What we got, double sinks? Unfortunately she realized that Jay wasn't ready to give up the reigns and admit he was getting older. Cam: Hey we got a package from my dad! She was really proud of herself and wanted Jay's approval. Phil got to whip out his shampooing skills that help massage the truth out of everyone.
I want to make sure you're on the list. How long does it take him to get the dictionary? Cam's dad sent a soap made cake topper for the wedding in. Wow, that was super braggy. Mitchell: No air holes in the box, that's a good sign. One dunk and it goes off like an airbag.
First Aired: April 2, 2014 Jay invites the family over for dinner in hopes that there won't be any of the usual drama, but he's out of luck when Mitch is upset by the wedding-cake topper that Cam's father whittled out of soap. The way an ostrich feels around regular birds. That's a fancy way of saying the gays found it. Phil, will you do my shampooing? Appetizers on the bar, Scrabble on the coffee table, and our feature presentation The Great Escape. Of course, Mitchell hated it. Excluse me, Kristy Huge Ones, I have a name.
Mouse over thumbnail for slideshow. I have no plans for the night. Phil was helping Gloria sell her old apartment and they ended up spending part of the day at the old salon where she used to work. And if a girl tells you she went to London, maybe don't ask if she also saw France. I'm the same as I always was. But there's one person the shampoo trick didn't work on. Once when I was a kid, I cussed and my mom washed my mouth out with the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Cam said he could veto the cake topper if Cam got a veto too. . . . . . .
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