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Season 4 Episode 21

No, No, Godot

Aired Unknown Mar 21, 1995 on ABC
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Episode Summary

No, No, Godot
Tim and Al scalp tickets to a hockey game when Tim can't go, but they get arrested and Jill and Ilene come to bail them out. Meanwhile, Mark paper maches Wilson's face for a school project when he watches the boys while Tim and Jill are gone.moreless

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    Max Gail

    Max Gail

    Officer Carl Keegan

    Guest Star

    Mike Grief

    Mike Grief


    Guest Star

    Jennifer Lyon-Buchanan

    Jennifer Lyon-Buchanan

    Woman in Audience

    Guest Star

    Sherry Hursey

    Sherry Hursey

    Ilene Markham

    Recurring Role

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Outtake: Tim pretending to jimmy the lock on the cell door (although the door was obviously unlocked to begin with) so that all the prisoners can escape.

    • QUOTES (8)

      • (Jill and Ilene come to the jail to bail out Al and Tim)
        Jill: Are you sure you're all right? Some of these guys look a little scary.
        Tim: The scariest person in here? Al.

      • (The prisoners catcall to Jill and Ilene)
        Jill: Thank you, we're very flattered.
        Police Officer: Well, don't get too excited, they do the same thing for me.

      • Wilson: This is the Colombian equivalent of popcorn.
        Tim (tasting it): What is it?
        Wilson: It's roasted ants.
        Tim: Needs butter.

      • Robbie Gordon: I just try to remember the old saying, avoid distraction or end up in traction.
        Al: That would be a good motto for you, Tim.
        Tim: I've got a motto for you, Al. When I'm annoyed, you're unemployed.

      • (In jail)
        Tim: So, why are you in here?
        George: I gave somebody a tattoo.
        Al: That doesn't sound so bad.
        George: Well, he didn't WANT one.

      • Ilene: (to Jill about Al) He cried when we went to see A Streetcar Named Desire.
        Jill: Well, Tim cried, but that was because there was no streetcar.

      • Tim: (on phone) You'd pass up a hockey game like this to go to your uncle's funeral?! He's not going to know you're not there!

      • Tim: Tell you what, Saturday night, a night out. Intimate night, you and me. Dining, dancing, and hockey.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • The title refers to the play written in the 1940s by Beckett called Waiting for Godot, which is the play Jill and Ilene attend in this episode.

      • Al: Did you also play Officer Krupke in West Side Story?

        In the movie and Broadway musical West Side Story, Officer Krupke was a police officer who the Jets gang sung an insulting song about.

      • When one of the Unsers makes a comment on how they can change 23 tires and a baby in 38 seconds and Al says that he loves that movie, they were making a reference to 3 Men and a Baby, which Earl Hindman starred in.