Happy Hour

Season 1 Episode 4

The Ring and I

Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Nov 02, 2006 on FOX
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The Ring and I
When Larry discovers that Henry is hanging onto an engagement ring that he had planned to give Heather, he tries to get Henry to sell the ring and buy a wine refrigerator.

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Amanda: To all the people that don't get us. May they rot in hell.

      • (After Amanda kisses Henry)
        Henry: Wow...
        Amanda: Thanks for the assist, I hope that kiss didn't freak you out?
        Henry: Not at all... the tongue took me a little bit by surprise.
        Amanda: I always give the tongue... I'm classy that way.

      • Larry: Hey, how's it going with Heather?
        Henry: Pretty good, I wanted wings but she said we should get nachos like we always do.
        Larry: (shakes head) She's so snack bossy.

      • Amanda: ...and then we jumped into a hot air balloon and went high enough to make love where nobody else could hear us... which is pretty high because I really get into it! I am no rag doll.

      • Larry: Heather's hot. She's like "Space Mountain". Sure you wait five hours for a two minute ride... but it's a great ride!

      • Amanda: Being engaged is hard... that's why I skipped it and went straight to the fake marriage.

      • Amanda: Well he said he wasn't ready to commit, and then he got engaged to the next girl he met... a Canadian girl! Can you believe that in a post 9/11 world?

      • Henry: Why would someone buy an engagement ring for their soul mate online?
        Larry: Because 50 percent of marriages end in divorce... It's like buying a used car for your teenager, you know that thing is going to get wrapped around a telephone pole.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of this episode "The Ring and I" is an allusion to the musical The King and I by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.