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Season 6 Episode 13

The Flirting Game

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Aired Unknown Jan 07, 1997 on ABC
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The Flirting Game
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Jill wonders if flirting with a possible boss will get her employed.

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    Dr. Matthews

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    Mike Starr

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    Off. Hiller

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    Andrea C. Robinson

    Andrea C. Robinson

    Saleswoman

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    Debbe Dunning

    Debbe Dunning

    Heidi

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    Tammy Lauren

    Tammy Lauren

    Patty

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      • Tim: I've never seen that suit. You look hot!
        Jill: I don't look hot. I look serious and professional.
        Tim: Come on baby, spin for Daddy.
        Jill: What is the matter with you? This is not sexy. I'm almost completely covered up.
        Tim: That's what's sexy about it. Gets me thinking about what you've covered up.
        Jill: Well, maybe I should just wear, like, you know, a longer skirt.
        Tim: Even sexier. Mystery of the unknown.
        Jill: I could wear my burgundy pantsuit. That's the most conservative thing I have.
        Tim: Hm-mm-mm-mm-mm. Nothing turns a man on more than conservative. Remember what a fan I used to be of Barbara Bush?
        Jill: You are unbelievable! I should just go to this interview in my ratty old bathrobe and a shower cap.
        Tim: The blue one with the ducks on it? Yeah!

      • Tim: Hey guys, I'll take it-- (he sees Jill's very conservative outfit) Whoa, mama!
        Jill: What?
        Tim: Guys, go finish cleaning the garage.
        Brad: We can't. We're all out of Liquid Wonder.
        Tim: Use the Binford crap.

      • (Jill beats down a box of Liquid Wonder in the trash)
        Wilson: Hidey-ho, neighborette. May I ask why you thrash your trash?
        Jill: I flirted to get out of a traffic ticket today. I sunk to the level of that saleswoman who sold Tim a whole case of useless cleaner.
        Wilson: Oh, you mean Liquid Wonder? I bought a whole case myself.
        Jill: From the Liquid Wonder Tramp?
        Wilson: Well, that is no way to talk about Cathy.

      • Jill: Oh wait, officer. Um, I've been thinking a lot about what happened today, and I'm really angry at myself for what I did.
        Officer: Good. Then you won't speed the next time.
        Jill: No, wait, wait. Um, I know this is unusual, but I would feel a lot better if you just go ahead and give me that speeding ticket.
        (Tim has a confused look on his face)
        Officer: Sorry ma'am. If I give you a ticket, then I'll have to give a ticket to everybody who wanted one.

      • Mark: Why do we have to clean all day?
        Tim: Because I like a clean house.
        Randy: No, 'cause you got suckered into buying 40 bucks of lemon-scented water.

      • Jill: Boy, was that lucky.
        Patty: Luck had nothing to do with it. He would've let you off with a dead body in the back.
        Jill: What are you talking about?
        Patty: What are--? I'm talking about that incredible job of flirting you just pulled off on that cop.
        Jill: I was not flirting!
        Patty: Oh, you weren't flirting? What was with the hair flip thing about?
        Jill: My hair was in my face.
        Patty: Oh really? And what about when you flashed your butt to get your license? What about that?
        Jill: I was just reaching for my purse!
        Patty: Oh really? And how about when you gave him those helpless little girl eyes? "Officer, I'll never speed again."
        Jill: Oh my God, you're right! I was flirting!
        Patty: Yeah, and you were brilliant.

      • Tim: (talking to Jill as Randy passes) If I was a sexy woman, my life would be a lot easier.
        Randy: (stops, looking surprised at what Tim just said) Yeah, and my life would be a lot more screwed up.

      • Patty: You know more about psychology than half the professors here. How do you know so much about abnormal behavior?
        Jill: Have you MET my husband?

      • Saleswoman: (to Brad) What are you currently using to solve your tough cleaning problems?
        Tim: His mother.

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