Dharma & Greg

Season 1 Episode 19

Dharma's Tangled Web

Aired Unknown Mar 11, 1998 on ABC
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Dharma's Tangled Web
Dropping in on Kitty, Dharma instantly senses what has happened: Kitty and Edward are separating. An appalled Kitty makes Dharma promise not to tell Greg, but this well-meaning deception snowballs as Dharma's sense of guilt develops into a series of escalating fibs that draws in an uncomprehending Jane Seymour.moreless

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  • Hilarious.

    This episode is one of the best episodes of the season, mainly due to Dharma and her behavior. After learning Kitty and Edward's secret, Dharma is haunted by the fact that she has to hide this. It turns out Dharma isn't ready to lie, and it provides for a huge collection of hilarious scenes. Really, just watching Dharma worry was worth it.

    And then she gets hopped up on sugar - best scenes of the episode, including Jane Seymour's appearance. Dharma's behavior alone is the reason to watch this series, but filled with other quirky characters, it's a huge load of laughs, especially Larry and his craziness which seems to have reached a new level in this episode. The charades in the ending were great as well.moreless
Thomas Gibson

Thomas Gibson

Greg Montgomery

Susan Sullivan

Susan Sullivan

Kitty Montgomery

Alan Rachins

Alan Rachins

Larry Finkelstein

Joel Murray

Joel Murray

Pete Cavanaugh

Mimi Kennedy

Mimi Kennedy

Abby O'Neil

Mitch Ryan

Mitch Ryan

Edward Montgomery

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Abby: Oh what's tomorrow baby?
      Dharma: Our half-year anniversary.
      Larry: Really? How long have you guys been married?

    • (Pete previously went to court and made all of his lines rhyme)
      Dharma: So how was your day?
      Greg: It was fine. I watched Pete cross-examine a witness who unfortunately was from Nantucket.

    • Dharma: You're probably asking yourself, "Why are you doing this, Dharma"? That's the question I'd be asking myself..."Dharma, why are you doing this?" Thank you for asking. I'm doing this because my marriage is in trouble..with a capital "T" which rhymes with pool, and I don't know how that could be.

    • Abby: Dharma, how much sugar have you had?
      Dharma: Can't talk now. I gotta find Greg's secret.
      Jane: She's been up all night doing Pixy Stix.
      Larry: Did you find any Pez paraphernalia?
      Abby: Larry, that's our daughter.
      Larry: I have to ask.

    • Dharma: It's okay with you for us to keep secrets from each other?
      Greg: If there's a good reason.
      Dharma: Well, what would a good reason be?
      Greg: Well, that's usually part of the secret.
      Dharma: Wait a minute. So you could be keeping a secret from me right now?
      Greg: Well, If I was, I couldn't tell you, now could I? (Chuckling)
      Dharma: You'll be lucky to get a little "o" tonight, buddy.

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