Bizarrely, we cut to exterior shots of Los Angeles before heading back to Santa Maria which, while it is in California, is not in Los Angeles. The limo pulls up outside Luke's dad's house and Luke and Tali step out and head inside. They find the Luke family men and grandma in the backyard preparing for one hell of a barbecue. Despite the massive amount of meat present, Dad, Brother, and Grandma are all pretty thin. Brother introduces himself as Michael and looks a decade older than Luke while Grandma refuses to give out her name to Tali, telling her to call her "Grandma" instead. That's right, Grandma -- the less you can be associated with this show, the better. Dad's name is also Michael but he goes by "Mike." Mike, who might have hairplugs, interviews that his first impression of Tali is that she's attractive. Grandma cannot stop holding Tali's hand and walks her off into the yard away from the menfolk. If they ever do a remake of Beverly Hillbillies, I suggest they look at Grandma to play Granny. While the men drink beer, Grandma gets to know Tali, asking her where she's from. Of course, Tali has to admit that she's from Israel. "Oh ... okay ... " Grandma says, trying not to look disappointed in front of a national television audience. Don't worry, Grandma. Only my mom, me, Emme's mom, and a handful of people who probably know they should know better are actually watching this. Tali says she's looking forward to taking Luke to Israel to meet her family, which Grandma cannot be excited about. Not because of the Jewish thing, but because Israel is kind of dangerous. I wouldn't want someone I loved going there. But Grandma just says that it's important to learn about different cultures.
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