"That guy, he is a total weirdo, I got my eye on him."
"Is that my brother!?"
"Time to crash the party."
"Oh cool, that is your sister, what a coincidence."
"What are you doing here, Tennyson?!"
"Who is this and why is he getting in our business."
At the dinner table with the Sternburgers, Bronte tells Tennyson she is dating someone named Brewster(Bruiser), that Tennyson doesn't like. Tennyson promises to keep a close eye on the Bruiser.
"Get rid of the bull, and shut you brother up now!
"I'm ....sorry, I've seen enough, this is everyday?"
"Yea, but what do you care, wanna come in and we can talk?"
When Bronte and Brewster go on their first date they find Tennyson and his "girlfriend" there to tag along. Tennyson pulls Brewster aside and warns him to stay away from Bronte.
"Brewster, your back, is that your uncle, you need to tell someone."
"It's a condition, my uncle has never touched me."
"Look at my handstands!"
After the first date, Tennyson notices that Bruiser has something he's hiding, so he follows the Bruiser home one day. Tennyson notices that Bruiser lives with his younger brother and his uncle in an old run down farm-like land.
"Yea, thanks for this, it was....nice."
"This was fun, I am glad my brother isn't here!"
When Tennyson watches closely, he realizes that they have a bull named Tri-Tip and he looked terrible. Bruiser sees him and announces to his brother Cody that Tri-Tip is dying and there is no way to save him. Then, Tennyson is seen and is invited into the house by Bruiser.
Bruiser meets Bronte at the pool to catch up and explain. Cody comes with and is showing them his handstands underwater. Bronte sees Bruiser's back and expects Bruiser to be getting abused, but he gets mad and says it's a condition, that's why he is called the Bruiser.
Bronte wants to gain a more trusting relationship with Bruiser so they set up a date for a picnic to sort things out. Bronte wants Tennyson to realize he isn't so bad. Bruiser just wants to keep him and his family safe with their secrets, and Tennyson wants to make sure there is no funny business going on with Brewster.