Grace and Frankie (2015– )
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The Dinner 

Grace and Frankie decide to go back to work. Robert and Sol have an awkward dinner party for their children.

Director:

Bryan Gordon

Writers:

Marta Kauffman (created by), Howard J. Morris (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Jane Fonda ... Grace Hanson
Lily Tomlin ... Frankie Bergstein
Sam Waterston ... Sol Bergstein
Martin Sheen ... Robert Hanson
Brooklyn Decker ... Mallory Hanson
Ethan Embry ... Coyote Bergstein
June Diane Raphael ... Brianna Hanson
Baron Vaughn ... Nwabudike Bergstein
Jason Ralph ... William
Romel De Silva ... Man
Brittany Renee Finamore ... Pretty Customer
Benjamin Seay ... Clerk
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Grace and Frankie decide to go back to work. Robert and Sol have an awkward dinner party for their children.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-MA

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Strawberries appear, disappear, & reappear on the cake while Brianna & Bud talk in the kitchen. See more »

Quotes

Grace: Here's what I'm thinking. I want to try to make it up to you by offering you something you could really use.
Brianna Hanson: A boyfriend who doesn't talk?
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The Dinner from Hell
19 June 2015 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Robert and Sol decide it would be normal behavior for the new couple to invite their children for dinner. There is incredible jockeying for position among the two sets of siblings. One is a drug user named Coyote who did something while high to get him arrested. He can't drive and is on a short leash. There are a pair of sisters who can barely stand each other. And there is a crush that needs resolving. Needless to say, as they all sit down to eat (with the newly formed gay seventy-something couple trying to seem normal) it falls apart. Also, since the former wives weren't invited, we now have the issue of currying favoritism from the children. It is tense and hilarious. Meanwhile, the women are driving each other nuts.


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