Good Morning, Miami

Season 1 Episode 16

The Big Leap

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Mar 06, 2003 on NBC
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In an attempt to increase the ratings on the show, Jake persuades Gavin to "tandem skydive" with an overly enthusiastic Frank -- not realizing that Frank has a hidden agenda. Elsewhere, Jake also tries to reconcile his relationship with Penny when he sees her dating another guy while Claire invites Dylan out for what seems to be an innocent night of dinner and drinks.moreless

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Jere Burns

Jere Burns

Francis "Frank" Alfano

Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette

Claire Arnold

Matt Letscher

Matt Letscher

Gavin Stone

Constance Zimmer

Constance Zimmer

Penelope "Penny" Barnes Barrington

Mark Feuerstein

Mark Feuerstein

Jacob "Jake" Silver

Ashley Williams

Ashley Williams

Dylan Messinger

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In "Kiss of the Spiderman," Frank describes his activities over his entire life. Not once during that time did he mention his envolvement in the military, which, in this episode, he says he spent several years in.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Penny: (talking to him like he's a little kid) Jake, are you stupid?
      (Jake shakes his head like a little kid)
      Penny: Jake?
      (Jake nods his head like a little kid)

    • Jake: ...they're doing this whole "Adrenaline Week" and they've stolen nearly half our audience.
      Penny: Oh, we lost Bob?

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Penny: Okay, look Dr. Phil...
      Penny obviously refers to Oprah Winfrey's Dr. Phil, who has also garnered his own T.V. show, wherein he helps people with their problems.

    • Penny: Fonzie, Potsie. Potsie, Fonzie.
      Obviously playing off of Jake's joke about her date Adam resembling Fonzie, Penny introduces the two as Fonzie and Potsie, two characters on the comedic sitcom 'Happy Days,' which followed young Richie Cunningham, his family and his friends, as they explored the ups and downs of the fifties.
      Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli was the cool, womanizing hotshot, while poor Warren 'Potsie' Webster was usually the bud of a great deal of jokes.

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