Generations

  • Season 1 , Ep 2
  • 05/07/2013
  • Views: 12,130

A new facility teaches elderly people the politically correct social skills they need to get along in the modern world. (2:13)

All of our friends hadleft us

and wewere both stuck there.

I mean, Napa Valley ofall places,

but that'sbasically how Carlos and I met.

I am very happy tomeet you.

Also, I'm finished.

Oh my God, Grandma,no, Carlos is not a busboy.

He's my boyfriend.

I'm so sorry.

Amy, it's okay, she grew upduring a different time.

Tell him to start mowingthe lawn by the pool

so it'll bequiet for my nap.

( announcer )Look familiar?

Are you tired of yourelderly relatives

thinking theirblatant racism is okay?

I don't know how to help my( bleep ) grandma!

There is an answer.

Generations.

A revolutionary new facility

where we giveyour elderly loved ones

the politically correctsocial skills

to get alongin the modern world.

This person is what?

Drug mule.

A gardener?

No.

Latino.

In ourstate-of-the-art facilities,

we use an obstacle courseto teach them

fear-hiding techniques.

No!

We'll show them hard evidencedefying stereotypes.

Okay, everybody,now watch very closely.

Somebody help him!

I'm perfectly fine!

( applauding )

Thank youfor your concern.

He's soarticulate.

That's not a compliment.

In ourtwo-week Asian intensive,

your loved one will first learnwhat words are "never-says."

Chinaman.

That's a never-say.

Orient--

Never-say.

Here at Generations, throughrepetition, patience,

so much patience,

hand-holding, gentle cajolingand coupon reinforcement,

we prove that youcan teach an old dog new tricks.

Here's my new class now.

Bitch, I'mtrying to help you.

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