- Zahradkas: Mullet Over
- Lehman-Cobbs: Whats-her-face
- Delvecchios: Ring Me Up Sometime
- Marks: Sofa Bed Dead
- Davardos: Blinded by the Light
- Davises: Joy of Sox
- Romanos: Thumbs Down
- Smith-Crawfords: Outfit Outrage
- Capells: Couch Potato
- Magics: Knife at the Wife
- Monroys: Off the Hook
- Rodriguezes: Stripper Chic
- Arkenburgs: The Man Friend
- Arringtons: Sexy Schedule
- D'Amores: Decaf Dispute
- Hamiltons: Bored of the Rings
- Burrises: Cuckoo for Coupons
- Changs: Love Me, Love My Duck
- Galans: Derby Dilemma
- Rubins: Driven Crazy
- Argies: Ghostbusted
- Hankersons: Solitary Pursuits
- Ragins: Green Bean Casserole
Salinero-Wighs: Tacky or Kitsch?
- Carpentier-Saloms: Dishtress
- Drewers: Blonde Ambition
- Fitzpatricks: Peed-Off
- Maurers: Little Friends
- McZeals: Cooking up Resentment
- Beauregards: The Wrath of Zeus
- Burns: The Motorcycle
- Palestrinis: The Rapper
- Cohens: Toiletry Treasure
- Hawkins: Backup Plan
- Mulvihills: Amish Paradise?
- Wongs: Bad-minton
- Goldmans: Good Clean Lovin'
- Harpers: Always Something There to Remind Me
- Banners: A Lizard to Love
- Spiegels: Oedipus Wrecks
- Ramundos: The Metrosexual
- Rios: The Forbidden Table
- Wizas: Get Flossed
- Kohlenbergs: The Ring Toss
- Ridolfis: Stuffed Dog Dilemma
- Hunters: Stripper Pole
- The Husband
- The Wife
The SituationDriven Crazy
Don and Phyllis remember the very first time they told each other, "I love you." It was in the hallway of Phyllis' New York apartment, more than 40 years ago. Over the span of four plus decades together, they've weathered many an argument. "You just have to let it go and let it be in the past when it's over," explains Phyllis.
But there's a new and recurring source of irritation for the couple: the GPS. Don does most of the driving for the two of them. The problem is Phyllis is used to giving the directions - but now there's a GPS unit in the car helping out. Don doesn't always appreciate the directional assistance, defiantly choosing to chart his own course on occasion. Between his wife's whining and the superior tone taken by the voice of the GPS, he can't help himself. Phyllis is not happy.
DID THE REF MAKE THE RIGHT CALL?
The panel sympathizes and gets to work on the problem. Somehow Tom can't quite envision Donald Trump driving; The Donald says he does drive once in a while - and considers driving a rare privilege. Carolla chimes in.
"He does drive - just inside of the house, going from one grand room to another."
Natalie Morales (the show's Just the Facts correspondent) points out that studies have shown that men have a better sense of direction. Gloria doesn't believe it. "If that's true, than why do they use a woman's voice for the GPS?"
Tom takes a final straw poll: all three panelists are with the husband. Tom summons the Rubins via satellite and gives Gloria the bad news.
"The driver's seat is a sovereign nation," Tom explains. "If we're going to continue to use the expression 'Well, now you're in the driver's seat,' it has to mean something. Don, crank up the stereo and drown them both out. You win."
The Rubins received a second honeymoon at Breezes Runaway Bay Resort & Golf Club in Jamaica. For more information on Breezes resorts & spas, visit www.breezes.com.
Travel journals coming soon!