Manny and Luke get into a fight at school. Then Claire and Gloria deal with their own family tension.
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Directions: Find the term that best describes the relationship between each pair of people.
Claire: No problem. We'll be right down. Thanks.
Phil: Hey, honey. What's up?
Claire: The school just called. Luke got in a fight.
Phil: Oh, geez. Is he okay?
Claire: Yeah, he's fine, but they want us to come down there. Where are you?
Phil: I'm showing a house.
Claire: What house?
Phil: I'm golfing.
Claire: What are you doing here?
Jay: These two knuckleheads were fighting.
Phil: Could have been worse. I was not ready to face Durkas today.
Claire: So, what happened?
Principal: Well. Apparently, there was some name-calling and shoving on the playground. By the time a teacher separated them, Luke was sitting on Manny's chest.
Jay: Luke, that's not like you.
Principal: Wait a minute. You're Luke's father?
Principal: So Manny's father is...
Gloria: Javier. Crazy guy. That's where he gets his fire.
Principal: Okay, you're...
Claire: He's our son.
Jay: And my grandson.
Claire: I'm his daughter.
Principal: So, you're...
Manny: His uncle.
Luke: Stop saying that, or I'll sit on your chest again!
Claire: Wait a second. Is that what this was all about?
Luke: He keeps calling me his nephew.
Manny: You are my nephew!
Luke: Shut up!
Principal: I'm getting the sense that you're all related... somehow. It's best if you work this out at home so the boys can go back to class, okay? But we're not happy about this, boys. This is not how mature young men behave. Here's your note for Miss Passwater. Look. I wouldn't worry. They're good kids. It's just tough when one kid's a little different.
Phil: How you doing? Hi, beautiful. Good to see you.
Claire: Let me guess. Game's on?
Phil: Just started.
Phil: For you. It's nice to see you, Gloria.
Gloria: Two times today.
Claire: She means we've seen them two times today.
Jay: Everybody, the food's in there, the drinks are in there, I'll be in here.
Phil: Hold on, Jay. I think we should address the elephant in the room. Luke. Manny. Bring it in. Come on. Huddle up. Football. Now, in light of what happened at school today, if you have any feelings you’d like to express, I think this is the proper forum.
Phil: For God's sake. All right, both of you. Now, in this family, do we kick and punch each other, or do we love each other?
Boys: Love each other.
Phil: That's right. I'll be in the den.
Claire: I brought dessert.
Gloria: Ok. Thank you. I make pie, too.
Claire: You can never have too many pies, right?
Phil: Ok. Whoa! Whoa! Everybody, take a deep breath. Let's think about getting real.
Claire: Phil, no.
Gloria: Why "Phil, no"? What is Phil doing?
Phil: I'm just gonna say it... there's tension between you two. Bam! It's out there.
Claire: I'm gonna kill you.
Gloria: I think he's right. And I think we should talk about it.
Phil: That's what I'm talkin' 'bout... you two talking... 'bout it.
Gloria: Okay, the truth? I sometimes feel like you don't like me.
Phil: Wow! Powerful, powerful stuff. Claire, tell us how that makes you feel.
Claire: Right now, I'm feeling a lot of anger.
Phil: No no no. Don't tell me, tell her.
Claire: Gloria, Right now I'm really angry at Phil.
Phil: Let's respect the process.
Claire: Gloria, I don't know why you think I don't like you.
Gloria: Well, sometimes when you see me, you make that face.
Claire: What face?
Gloria: Like this.
Claire: I do not make a face like that.
Mitchell: Oh my god! That is so Claire.
Phil: See? She does that with everyone. It's just her face.
Gloria: No, it's not just the face. From the beginning, I feel like Manny and I are not welcome in this family.
Claire: That is so crazy!
Gloria: No, it's not so crazy. It's how I feel.
Claire: I am sorry if you feel that way. I really am. Because from the moment I met you, I have tried to make you feel comfortable with us.
Gloria: You think it's all in my head?
Claire: Kind... I don't know. I mean... we really love having you and Manny in our family.
Claire: Really. So... you don't have to be so defensive.
Gloria: I do that, don't I?
Phil: I'm feeling a hug. I was thinking group hug.
Phil: There's our little roustabouts! You look like you patched things up pretty good, huh? We can learn so much from the children. I bet it seems kind of silly now what you were even fighting about, huh?
Luke: I made fun of his accent.
Gloria: What accent?
Manny: I made fun of him for having the same thing for lunch every day.
Luke: I made fun of him because his mom used to dig coal.
Manny: He said you were a coal digger.
Phil: Okay, I think we can move on!
Gloria: Who said I was a coal digger?
Luke: That's what my mom told me.
Alex: What's a coal digger?
Phil: Sweetheart. He heard it wrong. It's gold digger.
Hailey: I'm gonna have to call you back.
Claire: I really do not think that I remember ever saying that.
Luke: Well, you said it in the car, you said it at Christmas, you said it in the Mexican restaurant...
Claire: Okay, Mr. "Leaves his sweatshirts at school every day" suddenly remembers everything. Thank you.
Gloria: And it was all in my head, huh?
Claire: Listen, Gloria, it was like a year ago before I knew you...
Luke: Nice going. Now my mom and my sister are fighting.