Gary and Mike

Season 1 Episode 1

Dawn of the New Millennium

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 11, 2001 on UPN
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Dawn of the New Millennium
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Gary quits his nursing-home job to follow in Lewis and Clark's footsteps, but his plans change when his clueless pal Mike hitches a ride after fleeing an angry police officer.

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    Kurtwood Smith

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    Officer Dick

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    Fax Bahr

    Fax Bahr

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Mike: (trying to be smooth) So, Mrs. Henderson, are you tired?
        Mrs. Henderson: Excuse me.
        Mike: 'Cause you've been running through my mind all day.
        Gary: (pushing Mike toward the car) O.K. O.K. C'mon we gotta get going. We gotta go, now.
        Mike: Later. (waving to Mrs. Henderson)
        Mrs. Henderson: God, I hope not.

      • Mike: You know Sandy, I think I really need to gouge my eyes out.
        Julie: Why?
        Mike: Because then I could die knowing the last thing I saw was you, Sandy, the most beautiful thing on earth.
        Julie: Oh, Mike, you are so romantic. By the way my name is Julie.
        Mike: Right.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • The Exorcist
        Priest: The power of Christ compels you.
        This line comes from the movie The Exorcist.

      • Deliverance
        Mike: He means 'hurt us' in a squeel like a pig, Deliverance kinda way.
        This is a referance to the Burt Reynolds/Ned Beatty movie, Deliverance, where a group of canoeist are sexually assualted by hillbillies.

      • Lewis & Martin
        Whenever Mike talks about the Lewis & Clark Trail, he says Lewis & Martin. This is a reference to Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin and thier buddy pictures of the 50's and 60's.

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