3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 6 Episode 4

Dick'll Take Manhattan (1)

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Aired Unknown Nov 21, 2000 on NBC
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Dick, Sally and Harry are bored so they go to another dimension (through their shower) where they are all very rich famous and living in New York.

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    Bailiff

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    Leon

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      • These two episodes are set in New York City and to honor that the title theme is played in a modern jazz underline.

      • This episode and the next one have a little different intro, the music is different and the font they used for the actors' and producers' names are different and more stylish.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • In the parallel universe, Sally is quite similar to the character Carrie Bradshaw from the hit HBO series: Sex and the City, a blond, Fashionable woman living in New York city with her own column about Sex and Life, who narrates the show as she writes her column, much like Sally does in this and the next episode.

      • Dick: Great, I'm talking philosophy with Ivana Trump.
        Ivana Trump is Donald Trump's ex-wife. After the divorce she has established two companies: Ivana, Inc. manages her appearances and Ivana Haute Couture and Company, Inc. markets Ivana's products. With its line of cosmetics, jewellery and accessories, Ivana Haute Couture and Company, Inc. has matured into a multi-million dollar company. Dick meant that Sally had become a superficial and shallow woman.

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