Dharma & Greg

Season 1 Episode 3

Shower the People You Love With Love

Aired Unknown Oct 08, 1997 on ABC
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Shower the People You Love With Love
Dharma tries to sprinkle a little TLC in Greg's life by installing a new, deluxe "Spring Mist 3000" shower, while Greg finds himself on a testosterone-ridden golfing afternoon with Edward and Larry. Meanwhile, Kitty, misunderstanding the word "shower," readies for a social event with hors d'oeuvres and formal invitations.moreless

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  • Greg and Dharma are playing when on the door shows Dharma's date, Bryan whom she met on Thursday, then got married on Friday. Jane and Dharma are doing English accents. Larry and Edward are arguing about who's brave.moreless

    I'm really beginning to like this show. It's pretty funny. English accent of Dharma and Jane was so original. Larry and Edward had a discussion that was very funny putting them both in front of the story. Truthfully the whole cast had a share amount of appearing and acting on this episode, including Greg's co-worker, Pete. Dharma's date was portrayed by great Jon Cryer, whom you might know from Two and a Half Men, but it was nice to see him the way he was before Two and a Half Men era. Also that word discussion that Kitty and Dharma have is pretty amusing.moreless
  • Dharma attempts to install a shower for Greg...

    Wow, this has to be one of the best episodes ever. But hey, it's Dharma and Greg. They're all great. Anyway, Greg and Dharma have been living in Dharma's apartment with her two dogs, Stinky and Nunzio. Since Greg is a guy, he prefers to bathe standing up. However, Dharma is a girl, so she has a tub and no shower. The only reason she keeps it around is because Abby gave birth to her in that tub... Which is a little disturbing. Anyway, to surprise Greg, Dharma and Jane go out to buy a shower for him. Kitty overhears them and misinterprets their meaning. She thinks Dharma means "bridal shower". So she calls her up and tells her that she will help her get it ready. Meanwhile, at the golf course, Greg and Peter have the same idea to install a shower. So they buy one and take it home. Dharma, Kitty, Jane, and Abby have gone elsewhere, and Kitty convinces Dharma to maybe buy a bigger place. She considers it for a while, but then decides against it. So she goes home to find that Greg already installed a shower, and they don't need hers. And once again, all's well that ends well!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Greg: Ok, we're all cowards, now let's go find our balls!

    • Pete: Why don't we stop by a hardware store in our way home and pick up a shower and install it in your apartment?
      Greg: You know how to do that?
      Pete: I worked my way through law school as a plumber's assistant. That's why I know a lot about plumbing and very little about law.

    • Abby: Dharma, living this far above Mother Earth can permanently misalign your chakras...
      Dharma: That's true... When your chakras are messed up, you chi just goes wiiiiii.

    • Larry: What's wrong with a bath?
      Edward: Well, for one thing, he can't wash himself in the proper order.
      Larry: Gee, I always preferred a bath. It's very soothing, you put in a little sea salt, some oil...
      Edward: Add a carrot and a chicken neck and you've got soup, Larry.

    • Dharma: Sergeant Greg, I know our love is wrong, but I can't help myself. Kiss me on the double!
      Greg: Where exactly would that be, Captain?

    • Brian: Sorry, man. I wouldn't have asked her out if I knew she was engaged.
      Dharma: Oh, no. No, we weren't engaged. I just met Greg, what was it, Honey? Last Friday?
      Greg: Yeah, last Friday.
      Brian: I met you Thursday.
      Greg: Snooze, you lose!

    • Dharma: Oh! Right! I forgot to call you.
      Brian: Uh-huh.
      Dharma: I got married.
      Brian: M-m-married?

    • Dharma: Are you sure? "Dog-eat-dog world"?
      Greg: Absolutely. That's the expression.
      Dharma: Come on. It's not "a doggie dog world"?
      Greg: No, it's not.
      Dharma: Ready?
      Greg: Clear.
      Dharma: I mean, it doesn't make any sense. Have you ever even seen a dog eat another dog?
      Greg: Ready?
      Dharma: Clear.
      Greg: No, but it's still "a dog-eat-dog world". It means the world's a tough place, it's every man for himself, it's kill or be killed...
      Dharma: What do killer bees have to do with it?!?

    • Abby: (to Dharma, about Kitty) I just want to make sure you're not falling under the influence of someone who -- how do I put this non-judgmentally? -- may be evil?

  • NOTES (1)


    • Pete: So I hear we're playing with Jerry Garcia today.

      Pete is identifying Larry, who Edward has just called an "old hippie buffoon", with the late Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia, one of the most visible "hippies" of the 1960's Haight-Ashbury scene.

    • Edward: (to Larry) Get in the cart, Ms. Fonda.

      Since Larry had been arguing a pacifist position on the Vietnam War, Edward was comparing him to actress Jane Fonda, who was very outspoken against the war in the 1960's and early 70's. In 1972 she made a highly-publicized and controversial visit to Hanoi, the capital of Communist North Vietnam.

    • Larry: You're talking to a man who watched Fantasia three times without a buddy. You're not the only one who has flashbacks, pal.

      The 1942 Disney movie Fantasia was re-released in 1969 and found a new audience among psychedelic-drug users.

      "Flashback" is a term for the reputed after-effect of taking LSD, in which the user is said to experience the drug's effects unexpectedly as long as years after taking it. This has later been shown to be more likely a psychiatric disorder rather than solely a drug effect.