Crumbs

Season 1 Episode 3

Friends in High Places

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Jan 26, 2006 on ABC
7.8
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Friends in High Places
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1) Mitch worries about Suzanne's avoiding friends that she shared with her former husband. Mitch advises her to join a divorce group to sort out some issues. She does, but finds that too boring, so she joins a group of recovering drug addicts instead. 2) Jody deceives Mitch into loaning him money. 3) Billy seeks reconciliation with Jody.moreless

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  • Well there we go!

    8.5
    The plot:



    1) Mitch worries about Suzanne's avoiding friends that she shared with her former husband. Mitch advises her to join a divorce group to sort out some issues. She does, but finds that too boring, so she joins a group of recovering drug addicts instead. 2) Jody deceives Mitch into loaning him money. 3) Billy seeks reconciliation with Jody.



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    This episode was really enjoyable and I feel like the show has finally begun to find itself. There were lots of funny/amusing scenes and only a few of the jokes fell flat.



    I found myself not caring much for the Mitch being broke storyline that much. But I did like Mitch himself a lot more in this episode and Jody is starting to annoy me.



    My favorite part of the whole episode was the end when Suzanne went to her friend's house for the party but it was the wrong night, and her friends asked her to stay.moreless

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    • Obviously aired out of shooting sequence, this should have aired before "Whatever Happened to Baby Bodashka?" In that episode, Mitch loses his agent (which he still has in this episode) and Elvis got a job at the restaurant -- Elvis isn't even mentioned during this episode.

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  • NOTES (2)

    • Although credited, Reginald Ballard (Elvis) didn't appear. Not only it's the first time he doesn't appear in an episode. It's also the first time a regular doesn't appear.

    • ABC's "Crumbs" outdrew its comedy competition in the half-hour, NBC's "The Office," for the third consecutive week (10.8 million vs. 8.6 million).

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