3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 2 Episode 14

Romeo & Juliet & Dick

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Aired Unknown Jan 12, 1997 on NBC
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When Tommy asks Dick to direct his high school production of "Romeo and Juliet", Dick takes the role a little too seriously. Tommy works as the prop guy and when Mrs. Dubcek drinks Juliet's sleeping potion, Harry impersonates her and entertains her friends. Sally tries to get Officer Don to fix Albright's parking tickets and learns that he can't really do it.moreless

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    Robert Lyon Rasner

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    Nina

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      • (Dick has cast someone else as Romeo instead of Tommy, relegating him to Prop Master and being overly specific about Tommmy's prop choices being authentic)
        Harry: Hey, whatcha making?
        Tommy: An authentic Renaissance sleeping potion. Now I just have to find a 15th century Italian vial.
        Harry: I find Galileo... vile.

      • (Ms. Dubcheck is having a garage sale)
        Dubcheck: Dr. Solomon, if you wanna come down, I'll let you rummage through my tchatches.
        Dick: I'm flattered, but I think of you as a friend.

      • (Tommy enters; Dick has been sipping water and spitting it into a fan on his desk)
        Tommy: Dick, what are you doing?
        Dick: Not now, I'm trying to see what happens when the spit hits the fan.

      • Tommy: Remind me never to ask you for another favor again!
        Dick: You weren't right for the role.
        Harry: Hey, how'd the audition go?
        Tommy: I lost the part. The Di-rec-tor didn't think I was good enough!
        Dick: You were good; you had delivery, presence, timing, you just didn't have that indefinable something extra.
        Tommy: I was just trying to score some points with my girlfriend, is that too much to ask?
        Dick: Romeo and Juliet is a Shakespearian tragedy, it has nothing to do with a horny teenager and his girlfriend!

      • Dick: Now everyone, watch again as I act out the play in its entirty. Nina?
        Nina: Curtain rises. A big, pompous blowhard flounces onto the stage.

      • (Dick is reading the review of the play in the school newspaper)
        Dick: Dick Solomon's over-the-top performance...(he looks up with a smile and then continues) ...gave new meaning to the word 'tragedy.' Ah, I have redefined my art!

      • Officer Don: Hamlet? The story is as old as time; Pretty boy son has a rich daddy and a good-looking mommy. The uncle knocks off daddy, marries mommy and he cuts pretty boy out of the action. So junior goes crazy and he kills them all. Not a pretty story... but there it is.
        Tommy: Isn't that the plot to The Lion King?

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