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Not that there aren't moments any viewer can relate to.
For instance, after a somewhat chaotic birthday party for Sugar Bear (the party theme: his favorite TV show, "The Dukes of Hazzard"), he whisks the girls out of the house with designs on a little romance with his woman.
"If there's any chance of June being a little frisky," he reasons, "it's on my birthday."
In their boudoir, he presents her with a cream-filled, candle-lit cupcake.
June is unimpressed. "A new crockpot, new deep fryer, might get you to first base," she says.
But in the show's final moments, shot discreetly from out in the yard, viewers can hear June submitting with a line that would do justice to a top-notch sitcom: "Just be quick!"
As set-up as it seems, no scene in the hour rings truer.
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