Dan For Mayor

Season 1 Episode 11

A Cleanse Getaway

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Jun 14, 2010 on CTV
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A Cleanse Getaway
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Claire has a problem and isn't sure who to turn to for help, so she asks Mike... and Dan.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Claire: I stood up to my parents, first time ever! Well, there was an argument about Polly Pocket when I was 12, but... well, not an argument, more of a discussion...

        Polly Pocket is a miniature doll, originally sold in the the U.K. in the late 1980s by Bluebird Toys. The dolls were less than an inch high. In the U.S., the dolls were distributed by Mattel, and were larger, from two to three inches high; they sold in the U.S. throughout the 1990s.

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Claire: You know how when a couple breaks up, and the friends have to pick a side?
        Dan: Oh, do I! You got all the good ones.
        Jeff: Hey!
        Dan: Sorry.
        Claire: Anyway, my parents picked Mike.
        Jeff: I'm sure that's not true. You cancelled the wedding at the last minute; it's only natural that they're going to feel hurt and upset, and, you know, blame you. Sorry, I thought I was going somewhere helpful with this.

      • (making a speech at a soup kitchen)
        Jeff: First of all, I want to say, the soup tastes really good. I wish I was disadvantaged. You know, economically; obviously, I'm disadvantaged in other ways.

      • Ed: You're never going to do better than Mike, Sugar-Pie.
        Claire: Well, be that as it may, I had to call it off.
        Mary: Why? Being in a loveless marriage isn't the end of the world.
        Ed: You can say that again!

      • Charlie: Hey, I heard your speech went well.
        Dan: Jeff did it.
        Charlie: Oh, that makes sense now.

      • Brianna: What are you doing? That's where I usually sit.
        Alan: I need to sit close to Anita; I compliment her over a hundred times a day, so that's a lot of traffic. If I can save a few feet, it's easier. Plus, it's better for the environment.
        Brianna: How is it better for the environment?
        Alan: Uh, it's easier.

      • Mike: So, I talked to your parents, and it took a bit of doing, but I think I smoothed it over.
        Claire: Oh, that is great, that is great! Thank you.
        Mike: My pleasure. Here's what it's going to take: nine thousand dollars.
        Claire: What?

      • Jeff: I'm not your second, or any, banana.
        Dan: Side-kick, then.
        Jeff: I'm taller. Side-kicks aren't taller than the main guy.

      • Dan: It means a lot to me that you picked me as a person to lean on.
        Claire: Well, I burned bridges with everybody else, I've got to keep what's left.
        Dan: Okay, now it means a bit less. But still, thanks.

      • (a reporter tells Jeff that his speech was plagiarized)
        Reporter: It's all from a speech in the last election.
        Alan: So I re-used some stuff from the last campaign!
        Reporter: It was your opponent's speech.

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