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Season 7 Episode 2

Clash Of The Taylors

Aired Unknown Sep 30, 1997 on ABC
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Clash Of The Taylors
Randy and Tim face off over Binford's environmental policies when Randy writes an article for his school newspaper. Jill gets an internship counselling families.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Tim: You were completely out of line in there!
        Randy: Me? Binford's the one who's out of line! I mean, they're sweeping their pollution problem under the rug so they can maximize their profits!
        Tim: Quiet down, all right? Let me tell you something. When you get older, you'll understand that not everything is so cut and dry!
        Randy: You know, I understand right now, Dad.
        Tim: Good.
        Randy: You're taking the company line. You're a sell-out!
        Tim: Are you calling me a sell-out?
        Randy: Yeah, Dad, I called you a sell-out, but then again, to be a sell-out, you'd have to have principles to begin with!

      • Jill: Mark, wait. Why don't you introduce us to your friend?
        Mark: Fine. Ronny, that's my mom. That's my dad.
        Jill: Hi!
        Tim: Hey, Ronny. (holds out his hand)
        Ronny: (long pause, doesn't shake his hand) 'Sup? (leaves with Mark)
        Tim: Was that a...was that a boy wearing a dog's collar, or a dog with a boy's head?

      • Randy: I'll take public transportation.
        Tim: Don't use your fancy words with me, it's called a bus!

      • Ralph: You're nothing but a big flannel fraud!
        Tim and Al: We'll be right back after these messages from Binford Tools.
        Al: That's it, show's over, everybody out!

      • Randy: Now you're telling me what I can and cannot write; you're some kind of tyrannical fascist!
        Tim: (to Jill) Did he just call me a dinosaur?

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Al: You sir are out of order. This whole audience is out of order.

        This is a reference to the 1979 film ...And Justice For All starring Al Pacino where a similar line is yelled about a courtroom being out of order.