Now that Ozzy's spending more time in the house recovering from his accident, he's been faced with some fatherly dilemmas. This week's problems include a bullying bulldog and an ongoing debate with Kelly over her...um...provocative fashion...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Now that Ozzy's spending more time in the house recovering from his accident, he's been faced with some fatherly dilemmas. This week's problems include a bullying bulldog and an ongoing debate with Kelly over her...um...provocative fashion choices. First off, the continuing problems with Colin, the aggressive pooch. Last time we checked in on Colin, he was overly amorous and especially fond of a photographer's leg. This problem was easily fixed by a quick trip to the vet's for neutering. While Colin no longer shows his old affection for human legs, he is taking out all that pent up sexual energy with hostile attacks on the other family dogs. Ozzy hates Colin's bullying ways and begins to plot ways to get rid of Jack's beloved pet.
On top of the ongoing dog wars, Ozzy must attempt to tame Kelly's fashion sense. Ozzy approaches Kelly several times with a sincere fatherly advice about wearing more appropriate outfits. When Kelly repeatedly storms out because she "really can't handle this" or "won't talk about it," Ozzy gives up on getting Kelly to cover up. Instead, he calls Sharon and asks her to talk to Kelly about "walking around with her knockers hanging out." With Sharon attempting to handle Kelly's budding fashion sense, Ozzy can throw himself into working on Colin's aggression issues. Ozzy gives Colin away to one of his employees. Possibly fearing another trip to the dreaded vet's office, Colin hides under Ozzy's feet and pees all over the floor. But it's too late and Colin is carted away from the Osbourne family.
Regrettably, Ozzy didn't clear giving Colin away with Jack and Jack's none too pleased about Ozzy's ditching his pup. Naturally, both Ozzy and Jack run to Sharon to complain about their situations. Jack's upset that his dog is gone while Ozzy's upset that Jack and Kelly are upset with him for just trying to be a good father. Ozzy tells Sharon, "everybody's jumping up my ass and I don't really like it," which is completely understandable because that can't be comfortable.
After several days of receiving the cold shoulder from Jack, Ozzy apologizes to him by making him breakfast in bed. Turns out the way back into Jack's heart is through his stomach; father and son are back to their old selves. And it looks like Kelly is starting to heed Ozzy's fashion advice as she sports a relatively conservative outfit for her friend's birthday party. With the latest family issues solved, Ozzy tells Sharon that he wants another bulldog. Sigh, here they go again.