Dharma & Greg

Season 4 Episode 24

The End of the Innocence (2)

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Aired Unknown May 22, 2001 on ABC
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The End of the Innocence (2)
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After catching Dharma innocently hanging out with her old college tutor---and failed suitor---Charlie, an enraged Greg moves out. Then the misunderstanding turns into a crisis as they both get caught up in the planning of their mutual friends' impending wedding, compelling Greg to seriously reevaluate his own crazy marriage. But when he finally sees the light, it may be too late.moreless

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  • A brilliant episode...

    9.1
    I loved to see Dharma and Greg fighting for once. Dharma lost her carefree ways and become angry and reached a new height in her character.



    It was a great episode with what I thought would be a happy ending until the very last scene... completely shocking but totally brilliant...
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

Kevin Sorbo

Charlie

Guest Star

Gabriella Bern

Gabriella Bern

Magda

Guest Star

Andy Milder

Andy Milder

Russell

Guest Star

Susan Chuang

Susan Chuang

Susan

Recurring Role

Helen Greenberg

Helen Greenberg

Marci

Recurring Role

Yeardley Smith

Yeardley Smith

Marlene

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Dharma: This is crazy
      Greg: I know!

      Dharma: Listen!

      Greg: No, me first. I don't wanna live like this. I love you, and I know you love me. It's over, it's done. I forgive you. Let's move on.

      Dharma: I'm sorry, what?

      Greg: I was hurt, but I'm ready to forgive you and move on. I don't even need to know what happened.

      Dharma:: Greg, I told you! Nothing happened!
      Greg: Well it doesn't matter, I forgive you.

      Dharma: That's very big of you. (Bows)

      Greg: What's that supposed to mean?

      Dharma: : It means I know you were hurt, but where do you get off coming in here and forgiving me, and thinking that is the solution to our problem.

      Greg: What? You don't want me to forgive you?
      Dharma: Look we can make this about who did what to who, and what was worse…
      Greg: I'm sorry what can be worse than running around with another guy?
      Dharma: I don't know, maybe not finding out what really happened, assuming the worst, walking out, and not talking to me for three days!
      Greg: I was really angry, Dharma.

      Dharma: I know you were! (Takes a deep breath) Look all I'm saying is that we can make this about who did what to who, and tally up all the points we've got, but the we'd just wind up with a giant score card instead of a marriage.

      Greg : Hey I'm the one who is trying to say: 'This is okay, I forgive you, let's move on' and I get a lecture about how I don't know to be in a marriage. What is that?

      Dharma: You just don't get it. Do you?

    • Pete: Magda is mad at me. I put some money on a dresser for her.
      Greg: So she is your girlfriend and she thinks you are treating her like a hooker.
      Pete: Or, she is my maid and she thinks I'm testing her honesty.
      Greg: Or, she is a hooker and you underpaid her.
      Pete: You know, I don't need you adding a third thing here.

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