by Mary E. Kelch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The scenes between Thatcher and Fraser are worth the price of admission. Paul Gross is a genius at pulling off this kind of comedy. The scene in the taxi when Thatcher tells Fraser she's thinking of becoming a mother and would like him to be part of the process is worthy of several viewings, as is the touching final scene when Fraser comes a-courting. But, what was Thatcher thinking when she burst his bubble by telling him she was talking about adoption? Play along, Meg. Play along! Where are you going to get a better, and sweeter, offer?
Fraser Sr. was also hysterical in this episode, urging his son to grab the opportunity to finally provide him with grandchildren. Apparently, Fraser found his father's ramblings so unnerving he couldn't speak correctly (Did you catch the line about Inthatcher Spector's loins?)
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