3rd Rock from the Sun

Season 1 Episode 11

The Art of Dick

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Aired Unknown Mar 19, 1996 on NBC
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While Dick and Harry take up painting (Harry takes to it; Dick doesn't), Sally takes over the school bake sale with the gusto of Gen. Patton.

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Lorna Scott

Lorna Scott

Mrs. Walters

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Peggy Billo

Peggy Billo

Mrs. Hartzinger

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Jane Gordon

Jane Gordon

Mrs. Greenstein

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Ian Lithgow

Ian Lithgow

Leon

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David DeLuise

David DeLuise

Bug

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Chris Hogan

Chris Hogan

Pitman

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  • QUOTES (9)

    • Harry: Well, here's my latest painting. It's a still-life.
      Dick: That's very interesting Harry.
      Sally : And very dark.
      Tommy: It's a bunch of rotten fruit.
      Harry: Yeah I really gotta learn to paint faster.

    • Dick: (Looking at Mary's painting of him) What do you call it?
      Mary: 'Middle-aged naked guy who can't paint.'

    • Dick: Tommy, do you ever doodle?
      Tommy: Why? Was I in the bathroom too long?

    • Bake Sale Mother: Hello there! I don't believe we've seen you before.
      Sally: I don't believe you're blonde.

    • Dick: (about art) What makes them strive to create this?
      Tommy: Naked women.
      Dick: These are not naked women, they're nudes. Nudity is the artist passionate celebration of the human form.
      Tommy: Well, party on!

    • Mary: From suffering comes creativity. You can't spell "painting" without "pain".
      Harry: Or "ting".

    • Sally: Hey, Dick, why is it that you see nude people in museums but they never show them on TV?
      Dick: Sure they do! But never in comedies, only in dramas and even so when the ratings sack.

    • Harry: Oooh, look at this. Here's a job I can do: "Police seek third gunman." Well, tomorrow I'm gonna march right down to the police station and tell them I'm the man they're looking for!

    • Sally: What's a bake sale?
      Tommy: Oh, it's just an attempt to revive a failing educational system through parent involvement.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Dick: Look at this Garfield.
      Garfield is the popular comic strip created by Jim Davis featuring Garfield, a lasagna eating cat, Odie, the dim pet dog, and their owner Jon Arbuckle.

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