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AVClub: When was the last time we saw all three Pfefferman children in the same place? The break fast during “The Book Of Life,” sure, but there, they’re just part of the larger dysfunctional unit. When was the last time we saw the three of them interacting, just as three siblings? Was it all the way back in “Flicky-Flicky Thump-Thump,” when they’re getting ready for Josh’s party? (I’m not positive, but pretty sure this is the case.) And even if that’s wrong, there have been far fewer scenes of Josh, Sarah, and Ali bouncing off each other this season. This is to say: Seeing the Pfefferman siblings just hang out and exist for an extended period of time feels like a blessing, and a conscious throwback to the comic claustrophobia of season one.

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