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Season 6 Episode 17

Wilson's World

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Aired Unknown Feb 18, 1997 on ABC
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Wilson's World
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Wilson decides to act more like others after a newspaper critic gives his performance a bad review, saying that he's "out of touch with reality".

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    Adam Lawson

    Adam Lawson

    Andy Koplowitz

    Guest Star

    Robert Forest

    Robert Forest

    Stuart

    Guest Star

    Jennie Vaughn

    Jennie Vaughn

    Elzina

    Guest Star

    Debbe Dunning

    Debbe Dunning

    Heidi

    Recurring Role

    Jim Labriola

    Jim Labriola

    Benny

    Recurring Role

    Blake Clark

    Blake Clark

    Harry

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When Benny makes his entrance on Tool Time, his theme song is an instrumental version of "Funiculi-funiculà" from The Barber of Seville. This song was first used when the Taylors, Wilson, Al and Heidi fixed up Benny's grandmother's house in the Season 4 episode "A House Divided."

      • When the Taylors walk into the cafe, Mark says to Jill, "These people are scary," because they are wearing black, goth-like clothing. Little did he know that next season he would be wearing all black like these people.

    • QUOTES (19)

      • (Wilson is ruining the basketball game for the guys)
        Benny: Is it my imagination, or is Wilson more annoying than me?
        Harry: It's close.
        Tim: Be patient, okay? He's just trying to be one of the guys.
        Harry: Yeah. Well, if he doesn't stop yapping, the guys are gonna go over to my house and watch the game.
        Tim: Listen to you. Rather than drink beer here and burp up nachos, you wanna be home with your wife?
        Harry: Well, if I said that, I didn't mean it.

      • Wilson: Speaking of which, Tim, would you like to come over to my house tomorrow night and hang? I'm having some of the guys over to watch a basketball game.
        Tim: What guys? You got guys?
        Wilson: Well, actually, they're your guys. Benny and Harry. Eight o' clock. Be there or be square!
        Jill: Well Tim, I think we've lost the old Wilson forever.
        Tim: We may have lost the old Wilson, but on the upside, the new Wilson gave me enough toilet paper to last the rest of the afternoon.

      • Tim: Hi honey. How was your day?
        Jill: How was my day? You really wanna know how my day was?
        Tim: Not now.
        Jill: I couldn't get any work done because Wilson came over. He said that he wants to be like everyone else, so he spent the whole day glued to our TV set.
        Tim: Did he watch Tool Time?
        Jill No! I said he wants to be like everyone else!

      • Wilson: The year is 1962. The place: the misty moors of Scotland.
        Jill: Oh, this is good. He is just a natural.
        Randy: Yeah, well, anything beats a dancing bag.

      • (The Taylors watch people inside a bag dancing)
        Mark: (to Jill) What are they doing?
        Jill: It's supposed to symbolize trying to get out of the womb.
        (A hand gets near Tim and Tim grabs a fork)
        Tim: You back off, or I'll break your water!

      • Stuart: And now, the country-folk styling of rambling Andy Koplowitz.
        Andy: (singing) When it's peach-picking time in Georgia, it's apple-picking time in Tennessee. It's cotton-picking time in Mississippi, and everybody picks on me.
        Tim: Why do you suppose that is, Andy?
        (Andy yodels while strumming on his guitar)
        Brad: (to his brothers) Sounds like Dad when he gets hit in the groin.

      • Mark: Mom, these people are kind of weird.
        Jill: Well, it may look a little odd, but deep down, they're no different than you and I.
        Student: (to Mark) Excuse me. Are you interested in helping to overthrow the military regimes of the Third World?
        Mark: I'm 11.

      • Wilson: (to Jill) Well, here's your squid. Tell Tim if he wants really fresh ones, I got them upstairs in the tub.

      • (Tim and Al try Ray's burger)
        Al: Hmm. Fruity, yet beefy.
        Tim: Just like Al.

      • Al: I have a lot of creative cooking ideas myself. I bet I could combine some unusual foods into a tasty treat.
        Tim: Hmm. I bet you I could come up with a kookier combination.
        Al: Well, it might be kookier, but it wouldn't be edible.

      • Wilson: I never realized how much easier it is to buy toilet paper than make it.
        Jill: But you love making toilet paper.
        Wilson: But who has the time when there's so much TV to watch?

      • Wilson: I've decided that being a little more like you wouldn't hurt.
        (Wilson crushes a beer can on his forehead)
        Tim: And how do you feel now?
        Wilson: I hurt.

      • Jill (reading a review): Who could help but love Elzina Harris' poem "Die, Die, Die"?
        Tim: I. I. I!

      • Wilson: I've become quite fond of some of these high-tech appliances. I think I'm going to keep that stapler.

      • Tim: The critic doesn't know anything. This is the same guy that panned "Tool Time." He said it was "juvenile."

      • Tim: There are only two words in the kitchen for a real man. "Can" and "opener."

      • Elzina (reading her poem): Die. Die! Die! Go on, die!
        Randy: You first.

      • Hostess: Do you have reservations?
        Tim: Lots of them, but my wife made me come anyway.

      • Al: This taste-tempting beverage is a combination of two well-known ingredients. It's called Broccaloupe.
        Tim: Alright, let me guess: broccoli and antelope. This can actually graze on itself, which is interesting.

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