Good Morning, Miami

Fear And Loathing In Miami

Season 1, Ep 17, Aired 3/13/03
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  • Episode Description
  • To Gavin's disappointment, he finds that he's #100 on "Miami's Hot One Hundred List," and, much to Dylan's dismay, enlists the help of stern agent Roberta Diaz to give his career a boost. Meanwhile, Penny convinces Jake to transfer her downstairs to work with Frank, who spends his entire day doing absolutely nothing at all. Claire complains of the new poster with her face on it, which annoys Jake, who's attempts to swoon Penny continue to fail.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jere Burns

    Francis "Frank" Alfano

  • Suzanne Pleshette

    Claire Arnold

  • Matt Letscher

    Gavin Stone

  • Constance Zimmer

    Penelope "Penny" Barnes Barrington

  • Mark Feuerstein

    Jacob "Jake" Silver

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Dylan: I thought trust was something you earn. Roberta: Well isn't that a sweet thought. You must just fart sunshine, don't you?

    • Penny: Oh God I'm going crazy. Frank: Don't fight it. That's normal.

    • Penny: I just have a problem with not being his first choice. Frank: Well, I wasn't my ex-wife's first choice. Penny: How could you stand being second choice? Frank: Second choice? What do I look like? Hugh Grant? I topped out at fourth!

    • Penny: Jake, okay, this is so... what's the word. It rhymes with "betarded".

    • Jake: Look, okay, I think you made a mistake. We're great together. So no matter how many roadblocks you put up I'm gonna keep on coming like some kind of- Penny: defendant in a sexual harassment lawsuit? Jake: If that's what turns you on.

    Notes (2)

    • In the last episode, Jake seemed to agree with Penny when she told him he wanted to be in love with someone, but it wasn't her. However, in this episode, Jake is still trying to get Penny to give him another chance.

    • Actress Rita Moreno was originally cast to play the role of Roberta Diaz, but obviously Fran Drescher was given the part.

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