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Season 4 Episode 1

Back In The Saddle Shoes Again

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Aired Unknown Sep 20, 1994 on ABC
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Back In The Saddle Shoes Again
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Jill is laid off from her job, and has plans of going back to college to get her Master's Degree. Tim is doubtful of Jill's idea, and she doesn't appreciate what he's saying to her. In the end, Tim has a conversation with Wilson, and things change right around.moreless

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    I didn't enjoy this episode too much, well, bascially not at all. I thought this episode was boring and out of character. The plot was simple, and it seemed like an episode to prepare us for Jill's departure to college. I thought that this episode was extremely slow in pace, and it was somewhat painful to watch. I don't think that this was the best way to start the fourth season of the show. Hopefully some good episodes follow this one. I n this episode there was just a small amount of funny lines, and the things which happened wern't really that funny. The acting was really living up to it's ttle either, and I'm very surprised.moreless

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    • Jill: I could be a family therapist.
      Marie: You would be a natural at working with families!
      Jill: Well, after surviving this one, I should get a Purple Heart.

    • (The boys hear that Jill is looking for colleges)
      Brad: Aren't I a little young for college?
      Jill: It's for me.
      Brad: Well, then, aren't you a little old for college?
      (Jill gives him a look)
      Brad: I'm never getting my allowance back, huh?
      Jill: It's not looking good.

    • (After hearing Jill got laid off)
      Brad: Will this affect my allowance?
      Jill: It will now.

    • Tim: Now each of these panels weighs sixty pounds, so you want to have a good helper.
      Al: Or if you're in a bind, Tim.

    • Jill: Do you ever wake up in the morning and feel like you just don't have a clue?
      Marie: Every day. Wait, that's not normal?

    • Jill: I think I'm going to explode.
      Tim (pointing to the hot rod): Well, don't do it in here, we just waxed . . .

    • Marie: (to Jill) As someone who's been in therapy forever, I think you'd make an excellent psychiatrist . . . and I blame my mother.

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    • Tim: Let's say I want to do a remodel on the Sistine Chapel.

      The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome is world famous for its religious artwork that depicts the creation of humanity and other Biblical scenes. The paintings are enormous, colorful, and extremely realistic. The Sistine Chapel ceiling was painted in the 15th century by the legendary Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarotti. It took him four years.

    • The episode title "Back In The Saddle Shoes Again" refers to a song by Gene Autry called "Back In The Saddle Again".

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