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A Farewell to Ozz is the final episode of the fourth and final series of The Osbournes. It originally aired on the March 27, 2005.

Summery Edit

Dr. Phil McGraw pays a visit to the house, where he holds a frank discussion with the Osbournes. He begins with stating that the family that is dysfunctional that annoys Ozzy. Throughout the episode clips from previous episodes are shown in the episode. Dr. Phil questions the family's normality as they had moved into 27 different houses in 24 years.

Dr. Phil then discusses about how the children were raised and questions to how it could have had an effect. Sharon admits that she could have done more and placed some more rules. Jack on the other hand claims that he was able to get away with almost everything in the house.

Dr. Phil later moves on about drug abuse and other issues that have affected the family's relationships with one another, Kelly is deeply affected as she had recently suffered from drug abuse. Ozzy's influence could have been a factor on the children's behaviour.

In the end Dr. Phil claims that the family is dysfunctional but very close and possibly the closest he's ever seen.

Gallery Edit

A Farewell to Ozz/ Gallery

Memorable Quotes Edit

"Everybody calls you the favorite dysfunctional family in America. Do you think that’s true?"
— Dr. Phil
"Who is the most functional family? The Bushes? When you see the Waltons, that ain’t reality. I think a functional family is a family that survives."
— Ozzy Osbourne
"There was never a guide book written, like this is how a family’s got to be,"
— Jack Osbourne
"You make excuses why you should accept it. Basically, I should have said to everyone, ‘Be in by 10. Shut the fuck up and go to bed,’ but I didn’t."
— Sharon Osbourne
"I wasn’t the best mother."
— Sharon Osbourne
"It offends me when you say that … I get pissed off that she’s talking shit about herself."
— Jack Osbourne
"Does this family thrive on crisis?"
— Dr. Phil
"I think it’s really stupid to say, ‘It’s not normal,’ because there is no such thing as normal. It’s a ridiculous standard that society has set. If we had a white picket fence and a golden retriever, would we be normal? No. That’s not normal."
— Kelly Osbourne
"I have learnt from my children. I had a disagreement with Jack the other day. I said through all my drug abuse and my alcoholism … ‘You never went without anything.’ He pointed out to me, ‘The most important thing I didn’t have was you.’ I never realized that."
— Ozzy Osbourne
"Because I was always drunk, under the influence of drugs, or my ego was bigger than theirs. But through it all, I would always tell my children that I loved them, because my folks never, ever would say, ‘I love you.’"
— Ozzy Osbourne
"I can’t be mad at someone I love."
— Kelly Osbourne on her father
"I can’t even remember a time when I was a kid when we’d ever go anywhere as a family, or go to a movie with my dad, or he’d fall asleep in my school meetings. I thought that’s the way all families are."
— Kelly Osbourne
"I can’t change what I’ve done. I recognize that I had a problem. And today, I’m dealing with it."
— Ozzy Osbourne
"Do you get that it’s not too late for you to be a huge influence in her life? Because young girls grow up and they really need that connection with their dad. She needs you to really be involved in her life and treat her with dignity and respect, and that will teach her to never settle for anything less from any man in her life."
— Dr. Phil
"I came away with a clear impression that this is one of the most loving, committed, and mutually supported families that I’ve ever seen,"
— Dr. Phil

Trivia Edit

  • This is final appearance of all the cast members and friends.

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