You Can't Do That on Television

Executive Washroom

Season 1, Ep 9, Aired 4/7/79
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  • Episode Description
  • The network executives have a party on the set and leave money behind. When the cast goes to pick it up, Ross quickly confiscates the cash, claiming it is useless play money. Mr. Dime and Seth Pool get into a battle over the Executive Bathroom, when the lock keeps being changed. Christine, Sarah, Jim, and Mike keep trying to get each other slimed or pied.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Ruth Buzzi

    Miss Take/Miss Fit/Other Roles (1979-1980)

  • Klea Scott

    herself (1982-1984)

  • Kevin Ward

    himself (1989-1990)

  • Christian Tessier

    himself (1989-1990)

  • Alanis Morissette

    Alanis (1986)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • (Mr. Dime on the phone talking about locking the Executive Washroom) Mr. Dime: I don't CARE how much it's going to cost! Last time, someone else got in there, they used *all* the toilet tissue! Cost me over three hundred dollars! (pause) Nevermind *HOW*! None of your business!

    Notes (5)

    • The scenes about Mr. Dime using money as toilet paper caused an enormous amount of controversy, with employees of CJOH-TV and parents who actually saw the show. Elizabeth Mitchell has said that she got into some hot water with her parents due to this episode, even though she wasn't even on it.

    • Jim Unger, famed Herman cartoonist, is interviewed and fronts a mail-in contest. Most of the phone-ins appeal to the Oscars (which would be held in two days).

    • Videos of Billy Joel, Yvonne Elliman, and Love and Kisses are seen.

    • At the conclusion of the program there was a surprise shot of director Geoffrey Darby landing a pie in his face.

    • In this episode Mr. Dime uses money as toilet paper.

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