Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Sabrina Asks Jimmy To Get Rid Of His Beloved Gag T-Shirt. Jimmy Refuses, And Says That Is Going To Continue Wearing The Shirt.
  • The Chances Install A Dead Bolt Lock On Maw-Maw’s Door, As She Has Been Wandering The House, At Night.
  • A Social Worker Arrives At The House. It Seems That Someone Filed A Complaint, Regarding Hope’s Safety.
  • The Chances’ Begin Cleaning Up The House, to Make It Presentable.
  • The Chances’ Learn That The Safety Complaint Was Filed 20 Years Ago, And It Was Regarding Jimmy’s Safety. Apparently, When Jimmy Was 5, He Went Crowd Surfing, At A Concert.  
  • The Social Worker Says That Child Services Have Been Behind On Their Cases, Due To Budget Cuts.
  • The Social Worker Changes Gears, And Begins Asking Maw-Maw Questions. It Seems That The Social Worker Is Concerned, About The Way That The Chances’ Treat Maw-Maw.
  • Maw-Maw Tells The Social Worker Her Story. Little Does The Social Worker Know, The Chances’ Do What They Do, Because It Is Necessary.
  • The Social Worker Tells The Chances That She Is Opening A Formal Investigation. The Social Worker Says That She Will Be Back In 1 Week, For A Second Inspection. The Social Worker Says That If There Haven’t Been Any Major Improvements In Maw-Maw’s Care, By Then, She Will Be Forced To Put Maw-Maw In A State-Run Home.
  • The Chances’ Begin Improving Maw-Maw’s Care. They Start By Taking Her To The Doctor, For A Check-Up.
  • The Chances Continue Improving Maw-Maw’s Care. They Remove The Deadlock Bolt From Her Door, They Start Making Her Eat Healthier, etc.
  • The Social Worker Returns, For The Second Inspection. The Social Worker Commends The Chance’s Improvements. However, The Social Worker Learns That The Chance’s “Exaggerated”, To Get Maw-Maw To Cooperate. Instead Of Telling Maw-Maw That The State Was Going To Take Her, And She Was Going To Be Put In A Home, The Chances’ Told Maw-Maw That The State Was Going To Take Her, And Put Her In A Mental Institution, Where She Would Undergo Shock Therapy. The Social Worker Says That This Is Mental Abuse. Ultimately, The Social Worker Places Maw-Maw In State Custody, And Takes Her Away.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) ” I Just Know He’s Gonna Tell Me I’m Pregnant. I’m 480 Months Late.”   – Maw-Maw

2) ” She’s Crazier Than A Face Eating Hobo! ”  – Virginia

 

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Raising Hope Was Hilarious! In Tonight’s Episode, A Social Worker Arrives At The Chance House. The Social Worker Says That Someone Filed A Complaint. The Chances’ Soon Learn That The Complaint Was Filed 20 Years Ago, And It Was Regarding The Safety Of Jimmy, As He Was 5 Years Old, And Crowd Surfing At A Concert. The Social Worker Dismisses This Complaint, But Soon Notices That The Chances’ Have A Dead Bolt Lock, On Maw-Maw’s Bedroom Door. The Social Worker Also Notices That The Chances’ Have Eccentric Methods, To Keep Maw-Maw “Safe”. The Social Worker Claims That This Is Physical Abuse. The Social Worker Gives The Chances A Week To Clean Up, Before She Comes Back. The Social Worker Comes Back, And Commends The Chances’ On Their Efforts. The Social Worker Soon Learns That The Chances’ Used Frightening Exaggerations To Get Maw-Maw To Cooperate. The Social Worker Claims That This Is Mental Abuse. Ultimately, The Social Worker Takes Maw-Maw Into State Custody, And Removes Her From The House. I’ve Been A Fan Of Raising Hope Since The Very Start Of The Show. The Show Is Simple, Yet Highly Hilarious And Entertaining. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Raising Hope. Watch Raising Hope Live: Tuesday’s At 8/7C. On FOX.

 

~ Scott R.

( Follow Me On Twitter: @NBC_CHUCK_FAN )

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