Big O

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Season 1, Ep 11, Aired 4/16/01
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  • Episode Description
  • It’s almost Heaven’s Day, a day where people in love exchange gifts with one another. Dorothy wants to buy a tie for Roger, though Roger doesn’t celebrate the holiday and after he bashes the holiday and demands that nobody in his house celebrate it, Dorothy runs out. Later, Norman tells Roger that Dorothy’s birthday is on Heaven’s Day. Feeling bad, Roger goes out and gets a dress for her, despite the fact that he was reluctant to celebrate this tradition in the first place. Meanwhile, a saxophone player that Roger meets on the street is trying to get some money to get his blind girlfriend a Heaven’s Day gift. A strange passerby drops some jewelry into his saxophone case. The Paradigm Corporation soon hires Roger, as it is believed that a crazed scientist is attempting to ruin Heaven’s Day, though all of these scenarios soon tie together in an unexpected fashion!moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Michelle Ruff

    Laura

  • Crispin Freeman

    Alan Gabriel

  • Lia Sargent

    R. Dorothy Wayneright

  • Michael McConnohie

    Michael Seebach (Schwarzwald)

  • Peter Lurie

    Major Dan Dastun

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Another great episode of The Big O

    By DaveJS124, Jul 02, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Roger: Negotiating requires good faith, which in this case was lacking on both sides. Collective bargaining of this nature should be only conducted between pros.

    • Roger (as he is trying to fight off the living beast in Big O): It’s endless.

    • Sales Woman: If it’s a black tie you’re looking for, they’re all funeral ties. Dorothy: So? It’s for someone with really lousy taste.

    • Alex Rosewater: Tell me Chief, do you know the real meaning behind Heaven's Day? It's the day God's son was born.

    Notes (3)

    • Norman's motorcycle license plate reads: M * A S H.

    • The words that flash on screen at the end of the show before the credit read "Merry Xmas".

    • The special tune that Roger requests from Oliver towards the end of the episode is a jazz version of the holiday carol, Jingle Bells.

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