Gary and Mike

Season 1 Episode 11

The Scene

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Apr 06, 2001 on UPN
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The Scene
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While trying to find "The Scene" in Hollywood, the guys encounter an elderly, oversexed actress and a person who might (or might not) be Gwyneth Paltrow.

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    Bryan Cranston

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    Nick Jameson

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • For some odd reason Monica Lewenski's mouth print is in front of Mann's Chinese theatre. Only foot and hand prints are in front of Mann's and this is an honor reserved for movie stars.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Gary, Mike, and a Gwenth Paltrov look-a-like that Mike has been making out with are hiding in a closet.)
        Gary: I don't want to die. I'm too young.
        Mike: I don't wanna die. I haven't found the scene yet.
        Look-a-like: (in a male voice) I don't wanna die my post-op is tomorrow.
        (Mike screams like a little girl)

      • Gary: Rudy, this is incredible, man. Thank you so much.
        Rudy: Sure, bro. For what?
        Gary: You got us to the scene. Look at all these stars. Neve Campbell, Cher, Eric Estradra.
        Producer: These aren't stars. They're look-a-likes. Nobodies. That's Sue Williams, Renee Goodman, and Eric Estrada.

      • Veronica: Shhhh. How old are you, Gary?
        Gary: Ahh, 21.
        Veronica: Well, then, the question is, Sweatmeat. 21 goes into 63 how many times?
        Gary: (confused) I..don't..understand.
        Veronica: Throw momma a bone and let's get jiggly with it. (jumps on Gary's lap and tries to get his pants off.)

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Rear Window
        As Mike and Gary are fighting off Veronica, a neighbor in a wheelchair (that looks a lot like Christopher Reeves) witnesses what is going on and calls the police. This is very similar to the Hitchcock movie Rear Window

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