Q: What's harder to find at the Osbournes house than a Hallmark angel figurine? A: A little peace and quiet. Hard to believe, but it's the next-door neighbors who make all the noise--not Ozzy and the kids. In fact, the neighbors' new tennis...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Q: What's harder to find at the Osbournes house than a Hallmark angel figurine?
A: A little peace and quiet.
Hard to believe, but it's the next-door neighbors who make all the noise--not Ozzy and the kids. In fact, the neighbors' new tennis court is just a few feet away from the house, and when they start playing Crazy Town while practicing their backhands, Sharon declares that she's ready to "burn their house down."
Ozzy and Jack take a more proactive approach, with Jack moving his drum kit to the backyard for an impromptu performance. Ozzy approves, saying, "It's about time we had a family feud." The never-ending tennis games also bother Ozzy and Sharon while they're trying to enjoy quiet time in their back yard. Ozzy tries to fight back by playing screaming heavy metal, but it doesn't stop the neighbors for one second. Jack tries a night attack by shooting pink paintballs onto the neighbors' tennis court while they're asleep. The neighbors call the police and Jack is almost busted.
The neighbors complain about more than just paintballs on their court--they accuse the Osbourne cats of "dumping" on their property and ask Sharon and Ozzy to clean up the cat mess and the cat hair off their furniture. They refuse, of course, then one family cat goes missing. Then another. Then another. Sharon's sure it's the neighbors taking revenge on them. Ozzy thinks it might be coyotes. Kelly has a solution--buy another cat that looks just like their beloved Gus, and Ozzy will never know the difference.