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Season 2 Episode 17

You're Driving Me Crazy, You're Driving Me Nuts

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Aired Unknown Feb 10, 1993 on ABC
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Tim and Jill are going to Sheila's wedding and they hope that this time it's for real; Sheila has been stood up three times. Sheila has given Jill instructions for driving there. Tim is sure they don't need them but Jill brings them anyway. After Jill has asked Tim to ask for directions many times, he finally stops at a shop after ending up in the wrong state. Officer Lambert gives him directions he doesn't understand and after driving for a while, they end up back at the same shop. When they both go into the shop, the car rolls into a ditch. Tim has to get it out, so Jill goes to the wedding alone where Sheila is stood up again.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Outtakes: Tim saying, "Aw, come on, honey. I don't have any idea what my line is."

        Jill with cake icing on her face, joking that the cake tastes, "really good up the nose too."

      • Wilson is sending snow to his brother in Pago Pago. This is a village located on the American Samoa island of Tutuila, nearly 7000 miles southwest of Wilson's home in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Pago Pago (it is pronounced "pango pango, with a short "a" as in "hat" and a long "o" sound as in "tow", though natives pronounce it with a "aw" sound for the last letter) is also the name of the main harbor.

    • QUOTES (12)

      • (Tim lists the "seven wonders of the manly world")
        Tim: Gatorade!
        Al: You're comparing Gatorade to the Sphinx?
        Tim: Has the Sphinx ever replaced your electrolytes? I don't think so, Al!

      • Tim (eating leftover wedding cake): This is the best cake Sheila's ever had.
        Randy: I'm never getting married.
        Tim: You and Sheila have that in common.

      • Officer Lambert (giving Tim directions): Beachwood becomes Route 2, but you won't know it because it's called Evelyn, but it doesn't matter because the sign blew down.

      • Karen: All right, where's the slam about me being 36 and single?
        Tim: That was last year. This year, you're 37 and desperate!

      • Tim (about the map): You're folding it wrong!
        Jill: Folding it wrong? Who died and made you the map police?

      • Tim:(about Jill) It was the best night of her life.
        Randy: So I guess that's why you couldn't make it home with your wife.
        (Tim grabs Randy's head)
        Randy: Over the edge?
        Tim: WAY over the edge.

      • Jill (looking at the map): We're down and right, we're supposed to be up and left!
        Tim: Thank you Rand McNally. Do you mean north and west?

      • Tim (referring to the map) We're only off by a few inches.
        Jill: Oh great, so when we hit Ecuador you'll say we're only off by a foot, foot and a half?

      • Tim: She's been jilted at the altar three times.
        Jill: I'm in the wedding this time, I'm going to bring her luck.
        Tim: You were in our wedding, it didn't bring us luck.

      • Jill: Ask for directions or I will get up early every morning and burn your sports section!

      • Tim: What does that sign say?
        Jill: "Welcome to Ohio."
        Tim: Well, we won't be needing that Michigan map now, will we?
        Jill: If we hit Kentucky, I'm filing for divorce.

      • Tim: I think you're forgetting the radar-like sense of direction I have.
        (starts to go into the garage)
        Jill: Tim? Car's out front.
        Tim: Well, the radar doesn't really kick in until you get in the car.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Randy (to Tim): Who are you, Frosty the mud man?

        A quick reference to the famous Christmas song "Frosty the Snowman."

      • Al: Remember the old carpenters' adage. Measure twice, cut once.
        Tim: What about that other adage by the Carpenters? (singing) "Why do birds suddenly appear, every time you're near?"

        Tim was singing the Carpenters' classic love song, "Close To You."

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