Cougar Town Review: "Turn This Car Around"
Sheryl Crow made her multi-episode arc debut on this week's episode of Cougar Town, "Turn This Car Around," and this 48-year-old continues to baffle our minds how good she looks and just how talented she is.
The singer-song writer had no problem fitting right into the Cougar Town cast as if she's been acting her whole life and was even paired up with an actor, Josh Hopkins (Grayson), nine years her junior and pulled it off just fine.
It's a shame we'll only have her character, Sara, for another two episodes. We sure could have gone for a couple more Hurpes jokes. It's French.
Meanwhile, the main storyline followed Jules after her near-death experience as she drove her car into a pool while knee-driving. Jules was determined she could make changes this late in life and tried to give up wine, until her friends had an intervention to get her drinking again.
Bobby and Andy had the weakest storyline has the former got a new dog. However, the story was loaded with great jokes, including Bobby naming the dog Travis. He names everything he loves Travis. Oddly flattering, and surprisingly funny.
Overall, we kind of thought the episode was Travis and can't wait to see Grayson's relationship with Sara. Probably just cause we crush hardcore on Sheryl. Our favorite Cougar Town quotes are after the jump.
Grayson: Oprah says talking on your cell while driving is crazy dangerous.
Travis: Does Oprah say anything about how lame it is for a grown ass man to watch Oprah?
Grayson: Nope, she loves us. | permalink
Jules: She's so young she may actually be from the future.
Ellie: Does her dad work on the moon? | permalink
Sara: I'm as old as two twenty year olds, so maybe it will feel like a Ménage à trois. | permalink
Jules: Travis, come here. If I die I need to know that you will never be able to move on.
Travis: How about I grieve for three months but then I look for you in every girl I date?
Jules: Deal. | permalink
Cougar Town: "Turn This Car Around"
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