Poor Frankie. Her insecurities mean Nancy Donahue has way too much power over her. Not that the Hecks don’t make interesting ambassadors, but Mike definitely has a point about the foreign exchange not being a great idea when he says “I don’t know, Frankie. We barely pay attention to the kids we have.” At least it turns out well with the Hecks getting everything in their house fixed, but the road there is a bit rough in more ways than one.
“We’ve got a dud. We got ripped off.” Oh, Takayuki, you had no idea what you were signing up for. First off, I had no idea there were so many toastable breakfast foods. Takiyuki holding the Pop Tart all day is cute, but it gets old fast. And poor Brick, who really wanted a dog, not a foreign exchange student, says “He’s like a cat. You show him affection and he doesn’t return it.” I don’t blame Takayuki for not eating his dinner in a bag or those dippable things, that’s for sure.
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