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Season 4 Episode 7

Let's Go To The Videotape

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Aired Unknown Nov 08, 1994 on ABC
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Let's Go To The Videotape
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After taping Jill's speech, he accidentally leaves the record button on when he critiques her speech. After Jill sees the video, Tim reads some of her psychology books and tapes a fake conversation with his buddies, complimenting Jill.

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    Bill Saluga

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    Ed Hooks

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    Lowell Sanders

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    Debbe Dunning

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    Tom LaGrua

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Al: I love Elizabeth Barrett Browning. (to Ilene) "If thou must love me, let it be for love's sake only."
        Tim: Put a socketh in it, Aleth.

      • Tim: I just spent three of the most boring hours of my life at the library.
        Hardware Store Customer: Three hours?
        Harry: I think if you put together all the time I've ever spent in a library, it wouldn't come out to three hours.
        Tim: Who'd have guessed?

      • Jill: After he taped my speech, he accidentally taped himself making fun of it at the hardware store.
        Wilson: Yow. I guess I can expect Tim out here pretty soon.

      • Tim (to Jill): If I have something to say about you, I have the courtesy to take it to a hardware store and say it in front of strangers!

      • Al: We could watch the tape of Ilene speaking at the Wisdom Tooth Symposium.
        Tim: Or I could just put my head in a vise.

      • Tim: Always think safety when working with a spinning lathe. You'll notice I didn't wear a necktie today, we got a lot of letters about this, you want nothing hanging down, and no loose clothing!
        (The lathe rips Tim's shirt off)
        Tim: There's the possibility ... let me finish ... there's the possibility ... if you get too close to a lathe, you can lose an article of clothing. Is it chilly in here?

      • Tim: That was a conversation you should never have heard!
        Jill: It was a conversation you should never have had!
        Tim: It was a conversation you should have never seen!
        Jill: This is a conversation that is over!
        Tim: That's good, because I'm sick of saying the word "conversation"!

      • Tim: Hey, you. Where do you go to nag about the little lady?
        Man: Divorce court.
        Tim: Moving along. Uh, you up there, sir. Where were you the last time you were with a group of men letting off steam about women?
        Other man: Jackson State Penitentiary.

      • (after Jill watches the tape)
        Jill: Well, this is very illuminating. "So boring"?
        Tim: That's not what I said. I said "sobering."

      • Tim: Well, I suppose you want to talk about this.
        Jill: Oh no, I wouldn't want to bore you!
        Tim: That's alright, go ahead.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • During her speech, Jill recites a passage about books from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's epic poem Aurora Leigh. She got the idea from Wilson.

      • Tim: When my wife talks about psychology, she is the Big Bopper of boredom.

        A quick reference to the singer of "Chantilly Lace," who was tragically killed in a plane crash along with Richie Valens and Buddy Holly.

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