Dharma & Greg

Season 1 Episode 10

The First Thanksgiving

Aired Unknown Nov 26, 1997 on ABC
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The First Thanksgiving
After Dharma, Larry and Abby give a farm-full of turkeys their freedom, Dharma volunteers to make Thanksgiving dinner for the whole family in Kitty's spacious kitchen, with Jane's help (while Kitty plays it safe with a restaurant reservation). But Greg is not offering up thanks when he's the last to know that Dharma might have more than just a bird in the oven.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Larry: I gotta give the turkey its anti-biotics every three hours.
        Edward: You know, you only have to give it a bullet once.

      • Pete: I was gonna go to a singles Thanksgiving dinner, but I thought, who wants to sit around and listen to a bunch of pathetic losers go on and on about their boring little lives?
        Kitty: No one!

      • Greg: (to his parents) Well, it's kind of a crazy idea, and you probably won't go for it, but, uh, Dharma wants to have Thanksgiving at our house, and she wanted me to ask you if you wouldn't mind maybe coming over.
        Dharma: Wow, that's exactly how you ask for morning sex.

      • Kitty: Oh, Gregory darling. Every young bride thinks that she wants to cook a Thanksgiving dinner and it always ends up the same: someone cries, someone is rushed off to the emergency room, and a perfectly lovely bird gets wasted. Which, if I don't eat soon, will be me. (Takes a drink of her martini)

      • Pete: I gotta tell you, Greg, this is great. Being at a warm family gathering like this.
        Greg: Pete, I'm at my parents' house. Where are you?

      • Kitty: Hello, hello. How's everything going?
        Dharma: Oh, Kitty, I'm glad you're here. Where is the potato masher?
        Kitty: Oh, I told you. I gave her the day off.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Dharma: (about her parents fasting on Thanksgiving) They protest, y'know, the exploitation of the Indians, the destruction of the environment, the Nixon stamp....
        Greg: The Nixon stamp?
        Jane: They wanted the young, thin Nixon.

        In 1992, the U.S. Postal Service announced that Elvis Presley's image would be used for a commemorative postage stamp, and that the American people would be able to vote for which of two portraits of Elvis (one as a thin young man, one when he was older and heavier) would be used.
        The Richard Nixon commemorative postage stamp was issued in 1995.