And my desire to kill only gets stronger after this next scene. Jen, Blandy, and Grams sit at the dinner table in silence. Grams wonders what's going on with the two of them. "[Blandy] thinks I'm slut," Jen announces. "No I don't!" Blandy says. And instead of asking Jennifah not to use that particular word, Grams asks her granddaughter why she thinks this. "Because he pretty much said so," Jen brats. "No, I did not!" Blandy says. AND THEN BLANDY AND JEN WORK OUT THEIR SEXUAL PROBLEMS USING GRAMS AS A MODERATOR. I don't think I can say anything more than that without spontaneously combusting. I'm sorry. I can believe that Grams has changed as a character, but not to this extent. It's an insult to the long-term viewer, and it makes me wonder how burned out, exactly, the writers really are. "Well, she seemed to like having sex up until she started having sex with me," Blandy tells Grams. "You can tell [Blandy] that the best sex I've ever had in my life has been with him," Jen says. Seriously. Seriously, people. Am I having a psychotic break? Am I hallucinating? Is this happening? "You can tell Jen that I'm sorry if I made her feel bad and I would never insinuate that she is of questionable morality and I will snuggle with her any time she wants," Blandy says. And Grams? Is not telling them that she finds their premarital sex talk inappropriate. "Well, I think my work is done here," Grams says instead, pushing away from the table. "I have peace to broker elsewhere in Beantown." And she leaves. And then Blandy tells Jen that he's not sorry about wanting to have sex with her. "That's the way it's always going to be." And then they decide that they want to do it right then and there and they run upstairs without even putting their dishes in the sink! I hate this show!
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