Girlfriends

Season 1 Episode 6

The Remains of the Date

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Oct 30, 2000 on The CW
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The Remains of the Date
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Joan plans an elaborate scheme to get revenge on William for the latest in a series of Halloween pranks. Toni is put off when her date asks her to engage in a threesome--with a stuffed animal.

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  • The pranks abound in this one

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    It starts on a dark night, and Joan is alone in her law firm working late. She heres a nose coming from the hallway, and asks "Whose there". She attempts to hide in the bookcase, in a filing cabinet-and finally crouches under her desk. She's in complete fear as someone opens the door and walks to her desk- it's William. He laughs uproarously as she seethes. To get him back-Joan makes plans with Maya and an actress she hires. She sets up a meeting between the actress and William (who comes dressed as Superman). William goes to her house after the party, and a woman opens the door and says that the woman had been dead for years. William smells a rat, calls Joan on it~and eventually they end up in a cemetery (to see if the women is indeed dead). They see the tombstone, and cops come to break up the festivities. But these cops are more like the Rodney King type, and take William away in handcuffs. It's revealed, after William starts to believe it isn't a prank, that all the cops were hired by Joan. And Yvonne-William's ex-also makes an appearance.moreless
Rhonda Ross Kendrick

Rhonda Ross Kendrick

Laurie

Guest Star

Carl Banks

Carl Banks

Eric

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Natashia Williams

Natashia Williams

Debbie Rae Porter

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Flex Alexander

Flex Alexander

Darnell Wilkes

Recurring Role

Cee Cee Michaela

Cee Cee Michaela

Yvonne Blackwell

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Tanner Scott Richards

Tanner Scott Richards

Jabari Wilkes

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