As I said below, feel free to keep talking about the "Entourage" finale in the "Conchords" post. Spoilers for "My Boys" and "Saving Grace" coming up just as soon as I stop for directions...
Last night's "My Boys" didn't have anything nearly as egregious as the over-the-top "Sex and the City" lampooning, but also nothing nearly as brilliant as the douchebag intervention. Still, a good episode, and as someone who made the city-to-suburb shift a few years back, I could relate to the various factions of the party. Mike, Brendan and Kenny competing for Hot Mom felt a little odd, if only because it's so rare to see the guys trying to sabotage each other like that, but the payoff with Bobby getting The Vouch was unexpected, and it was nice to see Mrs. Gaffigan again as Mrs. Andy.
Having ditched the Disapproving Black Captain back in episode two, "Saving Grace" showed a willingness to embrace another cliche: the minority supporting character who only gets storylines about being a minority. After doing little but exposition in the early episodes, Bobby finally gets a subplot of his own, and naturally it involves the murder of a Native American. Ham, Butch and the other guys are defined by their relationships with Grace; Bobby's defined by being the token. I did like the scenes with Grace and her "Geepaw" -- and, connected to that, the establishment of Grace's sister Paige as the seeming wet blanket who's really the most admirable member of the family -- and I'm intrigued by Butchie throwing his hat back into the ring with Grace. (Between Butch, Ham and Henry, is there a guy in that office Grace hasn't had sex with? Oh, that's right: Bobby.) Still don't care about the police stuff, but the interpersonal material is working very well.
What did everybody else think?