Yes, Dear

Who's on First

Season 2, Ep 1, Aired 9/24/01
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  • Episode Description
  • The Hughes and Warners take different approaches to potty training their children. Jimmy tries to use an electronics store's return policy to his advantage.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Anthony Clark

    Greg Warner

  • Jean Louisa Kelly

    Kim Warner

  • Liza Snyder

    Christine Hughes

  • Mike O'Malley

    Jimmy Hughes

  • Joel Homan

    Dominic Hughes

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • potty train episode

    By markhurlbut71, Feb 18, 2013

  • Watching this episode really made my birthday an excellent start

    By tigerdude22, Jul 13, 2011

  • Apples with oranges.

    By MrCleveland, Jun 18, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Greg: I don't want Sam to be left behind. Look at Logan, he's already doing it. Kim: Well, maybe he's advanced. Greg: How can he be advanced? He's Logan.

    • Greg: Sam come back! There's nothing to be afraid of! (Jimmy comes out of a bush) Ahh!

    Notes (5)

    • In the "67 Returning Shows - Fall Preview [2] 2001" issue, TV Guide printed a retraction saying "Though we gave Yes, Dear a drubbing in our Fall Preview issue last year, the sitcom has become a genuine hit" and to "expect another great finish in the ratings race."

    • Joel Homan's name is added to the main cast list.

    • The cartoon "Once Upon a Potty" was produced by Child Matters -- and not just for this show either!

    • Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore have left the series. Their colleague from Anything But Love, Peter Noah, has taken their place.

    • Postponed from September 17, 2001 due to the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

    Trivia (1)

    • In the store, when Sammy picks underwear, they refer to it as Snow White, but it's actually Hunchback of Notre Dame that he picks. When they get home, it's Snow White that they bought.

    Allusions (1)

    • This episode was named after the 1940s comedy act done by Abbott and Costello.

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