Dharma & Greg

Season 4 Episode 13

Educating Dharma (1)

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Aired Unknown Feb 06, 2001 on ABC
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Educating Dharma (1)
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When Dharma decides to go to college, she meets a professor who stirs some feelings that could disrupt her marriage.

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    Susan Sullivan

    Susan Sullivan

    Kitty Montgomery

    Jenna Elfman

    Jenna Elfman

    Dharma Freedom Finkelstein Montgomery

    Thomas Gibson

    Thomas Gibson

    Gregory 'Greg' Clifford Montgomery

    Shae D'Lyn

    Shae D'Lyn

    Jane Cavanaugh (Seasons 1-4)

    Alan Rachins

    Alan Rachins

    Myron Lawrence Finkelstein

    Joel Murray

    Joel Murray

    Peter 'Pete' Cavanaugh

    Kevin Sorbo

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    Charlie

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    Googy Gress

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    Roland Hal

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    Jim O'Heir

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    Helen Greenberg

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      • Pete: (To Brandon) Here's a bunch of my cards. Give them to your friends. You guys are young. You should be out there having fun, you know. You shouldn't have to be thinking, "Is this a crime? Is that a crime?". Leave that to us.

      • Greg: We are getting him out of this and we are walking away.
        Pete: Are you nuts? This young man is a gold mine. Not only does he regularly break the law, but he gets caught every time.

      • Charlie: What can I do for you?
        Dharma: Um, well, I'd like to audit your class.
        Charlie: Really? You want to be here even though you don't have to be?
        Dharma: I love this class! The way you spoke about Richard Nixon opening up China? I felt like I was right there asking Mao to pass the duck sauce!

      • Dharma: Ok. Photosynthesis. Um, let's see. Chlorophyll and sunlight transform hydrogen and carbon dioxide into food for plants and as a by-product oxygen is released which is good for us. Go trees!

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