3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 2 Episode 5

Much Ado About Dick

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Aired Unknown Oct 13, 1996 on NBC
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When Albright is afraid to be seen with Dick in public as a couple, the Solomons discover the human obsession with what other people think. In the end, Dick and Albright come out with their relationship at a faculty party. Meanwhile, sparks once again fly when Sally runs into Officer Don and decides she is going to be a cop, but Dick forbids it; and Tommy is frustrated by not having transportation.moreless

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    Jennifer Rhodes

    Jennifer Rhodes

    Mrs. Sumner

    Guest Star

    Steven M. Gagnon

    Steven M. Gagnon

    Cop

    Guest Star

    Bruce Morrow

    Bruce Morrow

    Father Rice

    Guest Star

    Ileen Getz

    Ileen Getz

    Judith Draper

    Recurring Role

    Simbi Khali

    Simbi Khali

    Nina

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Sally says that Mary (Jane Curtin) forced her to watch an A&E Biography on Susan Saint James. Curtin and Saint James starred in the television program "Kate & Allie" in the 1980s.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Tommy: Harry, I need a ride.
        Harry: Nope.
        Tommy: You know, I outrank you.
        Harry: In that case... no, sir!

      • (Harry is watching "Loony Toons" and Tommy wants a ride from him)
        Tommy: I'll tell you what; if the roadrunner wins this next one, you take me, but if he doesn't... I'll never ask you again.
        Harry: Okay, you're on. I've seen this next scheme before and it's far too brilliant to fail twice.

      • Dick (to Mary):
        Not in the car, not in the bar,
        Not in the house, not up your blouse.
        I can not touch you here or there,
        I can not touch you anywhere!

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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