Alice, I Think

Season 1 Episode 5

Social Outcast

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Jul 09, 2006 on CTV
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Social Outcast
Alice is thrilled when teen queen Karen Field invites her to a bush party – then crushed when she’s stood up. But her Saturday night takes an unexpected turn when she has to drive an inebriated John, Finn and Marcus to their band’s gig at the Legion Hall for the Princess Di Memorial. Alice finds herself in the spotlight at the Memorial when she’s asked to join the band on stage and Karen Field is in the audience. And Diane’s aspirations to be president of Mothers for Mother Earth are dashed when Geraldine makes a surprise run against her – they end up splitting the vote and both losing.moreless

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      • Alice: It's sad enough when you're a social outcast. It's sadder still when your whole family's aware of it.

      • Diane: (whispering) Your sister has no plans for Saturday.
        Mac: Well, I'm having a sleepover at Wing Lee's, but I'm not even going to ask you if you want to come, 'cause that'd be totally weird.
        Alice: Totally weird.

      • John: Yeah, much better guys! And you sounded great, Alice... are you sure you don't want to play tambourine in our band tonight, Alice?
        Alice: I'd love to Dad, but I'm going out with friends, remember?
        Finn: Forget it, they're not coming, Alice! I ought to know, I've done the same thing to lovers I've wanted to avoid. Fifteen minutes is fashionably late, a half hour is letting the person know you're blasé about the relationship, but an hour? That means you're dumped.

      • Geraldine: And of course, I've been a committed vegan since 1987.
        Diane: Hah!
        Geraldine: What?
        Diane: Hm? Nothing!
        Geraldine: You... (makes exaggerated coughing sound).
        Diane: No, no, no, no! I'm sure you just forgot to mention your meat-eating sessions at Fat Freddy's Steak & Ribs. Geraldine, honey, it's okay. A little hypocrisy is nothing to be ashamed of.
        Geraldine: Well, speaking of hypocrisy, how many true feminists take their husband's last name? (everyone nods)
        Diane: My maiden name was "Boobie"... I got sick of the teasing.

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