| "The Criminal Kind"|
Season Four, Episode Thirteen
Directed by Randall Keenan Winston
Written by Sean Lavery
Air Date - April 2, 2013 on ABC
Opening Sequence Subtitle: Welcome to [title] John Hughes is a God.
Previous Episode: This Old Town
Next Episode: Don't Fade on Me
Inspired by the 1985 classic The Breakfast Club, the Cul-De-Sac Crew offers insight into their innermost thoughts through voice-overs. Grayson is crushed after discovering some harsh reviews of Gray's Pub on Yelp, most of which target him personally. Jules goes to extreme lengths to prove she's not a goody-two-shoes, ultimately landing herself and her "accomplices" in grocery store jail. Laurie finally tells Travis that she "really likes" him.
- Courteney Cox as Jules Cobb
- Christa Miller as Ellie Torres
- Busy Philipps as Laurie Keller
- Dan Byrd as Travis Cobb
- Josh Hopkins as Grayson Ellis
- Ian Gomez as Andy Torres
- Brian Van Holt as Bobby Cobb
- Robert Clendenin as Tom
- Michael Patrick McGill as Richard Vernon
- Brad Morris as Jerry
- Krista Marie Yu as Girl
- "Don’t You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds
- The Cul-de-Sac Crew shares their criminal pasts:
- Laurie's been arrested numerous times: once for impersonating a cop, once for assaulting a cop, and once for trying to have sex with a cop (which is called a 1069).
- Ellie stole a crate full of vodka when she was 16.
- Grayson was busted for being a male escort; no sex, just over the clothes stuff.
- Bobby shot someone, but he didn't die.
- Ellie writes down the date of when she agrees with Laurie, Tuesday April 2nd, the day this episode premiered.
- When Laurie was 14, she was waterboarded.
- Ellie writes mean reviews on Yelp under the handle PrincessBridezilla.
- With people Andy is close, he is an empath.
- Sympatence is sympathy impotence.
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