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Season 1 Episode 20

Birds Of A Feather Flock To Taylor

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Aired Unknown Mar 03, 1992 on ABC
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Jill tells Tim that he is a bad listener when he doesn't remember her mentioning the opera fundraiser. Brad and Randy try to get Mark to eat a worm while working on a birdhouse.

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  • Tim shares a "Stinky" with Ernest Borgnine after Tim doesn't remember Jill telling him about the fund raiser

    8.0
    What makes this episode for me is the Ernest Borgnine monologue at the end of the episode. I think it's one of the best moments of the series and shows Borgnine's acting talents. You can't help but feel sad when he talks about his late wife and how he doesn't move her cat figures from the window anymore. Overall, this episode is kind of forgettable if not for the monologue. It is hard for me to remember what the entire episode is about. Overall, this has one of the best monologues in the series, which makes it well worth watching. Great writingmoreless
Jack Elam

Jack Elam

Hick Peterson

Guest Star

Ernest Borgnine

Ernest Borgnine

Eddie Phillips

Guest Star

Earl Billings

Earl Billings

Mike

Guest Star

Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson

Lisa

Recurring Role

Richard Karn

Richard Karn

Al

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    • Eddie: I was married to Tildy for 45 years, and the woman drove me absolutely crazy. She had these ugly little porcelain cats that she loved to line up on a window sill. Every day for 45 years, I used to take those cats off the window sill and put them in a cupboard. And every day for 45 years, she'd take the cats out of the cupboard and put them back on the window sill.
      Tim: Where are they now?
      Eddie: On a window sill.
      Tim: You didn't throw them out?
      Eddie: What for? (pause) You don't have to understand a woman. All you have to do is love her.

    • Jill: They'll be singing highlights from The Barber of Seville.
      Tim: Great. Stage full of 300-pound porkers singing, "I got a bad haircut! I got a bad haircut! They screwed up my bangs! And you should have used conditioner! You should have used conditioner . . ."

    • Eddie: I was married for 45 years, and the one thing I learned was that men and women are different.
      Hick: It took him 45 years to figure that out.

    • (Tim doesn't want to go to the opera fundraiser)
      Jill: Well, fine! I'll just put a dress on under my tux and take myself!

    • (Jill shows Tim two different dresses and asks for his opinion)
      Tim: They both look nice.
      Jill: I don't want to look nice. I want to look . . . different.
      Tim: Well, put 'em both on, go for that layered look.

    • Jill: Do you think that Tim is a good listener?
      Wilson: Yes! I think Tim is a very good listener.
      Jill: But does he understand everything you say?
      Wilson: I think Tim is a very good listener.

    • Hick: I won't even dance with a woman unless she's wearing nylons with a nice seam right up the back of her legs.
      Eddie: Those aren't seams. Those are veins.

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