Jack & Jill

Season 1 Episode 1

These Are the Days

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Aired Unknown Sep 26, 1999 on The WB
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These Are the Days
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Sparks fly between Jacqueline "Jack" Barrett and David "Jill" Jillefksy when they meet in New York---after she leaves her unfaithful fiancé and his girlfriend asks him to move in with her.

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    Justin Kirk

    Justin Kirk

    Barto Zane

    Ivan Sergei

    Ivan Sergei

    David "Jill" Jillefsky

    Amanda Peet

    Amanda Peet

    Jacqueline "Jack" Barrett

    Jaime Pressly

    Jaime Pressly

    Audrey Griffin

    Sarah Paulson

    Sarah Paulson

    Elisa Cronkite

    Simon Rex

    Simon Rex

    Michael 'Mikey' Russo

    Vincent Ventresca

    Vincent Ventresca

    Danny Hallahan

    Guest Star

    Kip Gilman

    Kip Gilman

    Mr. Barrett

    Guest Star

    Darryl Theirse

    Darryl Theirse

    Reporter

    Guest Star

    Gary Marks

    Gary Marks

    Eddie Naiman

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (15)

      • Jack: But you're doing it. I mean, real life, you are doing it.
        Audrey: Yeah, but now so are you.

      • Jack: (to her mom) Who are you? Kathy Lee Gifford?

      • Jill: You know what? I'm a horrible person. I'm a dishonest ungrateful two-timing horrible person.

      • Audrey: I didn't sleep with him... He's coming over after the show tonight, and I'm going to not sleep with him again.

      • Jack: Okay, in fairy tales, sometimes the girl meets the wandering prince just moments after she tells the ugly frog
        to kiss off. But sometimes, it's just another ugly frog.
        Jill: I bet you didn't know there was a real Jack and Jill. Yep. Somewhere in Wales, or Ireland, or something. They really did go up a hill to get some water. And had a freak accident. I don't know what happened next.

      • Barto: You're not borrowing my scrubs to meet women.

      • Jack: I'm Jacqueline Barrett, friends call me Jack.
        Jill: Hey, David Jillefsky, my friends call me Jill. I guess we know what our friends are gonna call us together.

      • Jack: It was like girlfriends at first site. If you're a girl, you know what I mean.

      • Jill: Do you like toys?
        Jack: In what sense?

      • Jack: Life's funny. One minute you're a bride-to-be, the next, you're an urban legend.

      • Jill (V/O): It started out like "Jack and Jill," but we didn't go up a hill – we just knew the hill was there. You couldn't miss it. It was a very big hill... for all of us.

      • Mikey: No, seriously. Here's the thing.
        Barto: (sarcastically) Oh yeah, this is gonna be good.
        Mikey: If one guy makes that domestic move, you know, domestically, it gives the guys he hangs with sort of, um, an air of maturity, by proxy kind of, you know?
        Barto: Maturity by proxy.
        Mikey: Absolutely.
        Barto: I see, right. And is that kinda like having a life by proxy - as long as your friends have one, you don't have to?

      • Choreographer: And one, two, huh, huh.
        Jack (V/O): Okay, so I did know one person in New York. Audrey and I were good friends in high school, but when everyone else went to college to discover themselves, Audrey went to New York to be discovered.
        Director: Moss, get your leg up! Audrey, too suggestive.
        Jack (V/O): Audrey had lost her virginity before the rest of us even knew we had it.
        Choreographer: Hit it, ha, huh! Good, you guys take five. That was good.
        Director: Alright, let's take five.

      • (after learning that Jack left her fiancee)
        Mr. Barrett: Should of encouraged her to be a lesbian.

      • Jack: That's my dad, he doesn't like Danny very much. Really, my dad doesn't like me with anyone with a penis.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Featured Music:
        "Truth about Romeo" performed by Pancho's Lament
        "Nice" performed by The Nice
        "Madness and a Little Bit of Hope" performed by Pancho's Lament
        "Sway" performed by Bic Runga
        "Can't Stand It" performed by Wilco
        "Sisters Are Doin It For..." performed by Aretha Franklin & Eurythmics
        "Whatever It Takes" performed by Sined Lohan

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