Dharma & Greg

Much Ado During Nothing

Season 1, Ep 22, Aired 5/13/98
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  • Episode Description
  • When Jane breezes in to claim custody of Dharma's stuffed duck, Dharma explains to Greg that it's a trophy held by whoever has had sex in the unlikeliest place. Having actually fallen asleep during sex the night before, the couple decide to spice up their love life and search the city for a public place to have sex, since the rest of San Francisco will be too busy watching the finale of Seinfeld to notice. But Jane 'seduces' Pete by painting his toenails and shaving his legs, and talks about their plans and sets out to sabotage their trophy win, and, after a few ironic twists, it is not Dharma and Greg who get arrested for having sex on the steps of City Hall, but Kitty and Edward.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Thomas Gibson

    Greg Montgomery

  • Susan Sullivan

    Kitty Montgomery

  • Shae D'Lyn

    Jane Deaux

  • Alan Rachins

    Larry Finkelstein

  • Joel Murray

    Pete Cavanaugh

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Pete: (as Jane starts shaving his legs) This isn't leading to sex at all, is it?

    • (Dharma and Greg attempt to make love in the public and a policeman almost catches them) Greg: Oh, man, that was close. Dharma: Are you okay? Greg: I don't know if I can do this Dharma. Dharma: Okay, listen to me, Greg. Imagine we're on a desert island, laying on the beach making love while the waves crash over our naked bodies. Greg: Are we wearing sunscreen?

    • Pete: This is a highly classified database of the San Francisco police department. Dharma: Really? How did you get it? Greg: It was on the internet.

    • Edward: That's not a duck, it's a goose. Dharma: Yes but goose doesn't rhyme.

    Notes (1)

    • This episode's end titles has Chuck Lorre's Vanity Card #10.

    Allusions (1)

    • The title of this episode is a play on words. "Much Ado About Nothing" is a play by William Shakespeare.

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