Living Single

Season 2 Episode 19

Legal Briefs

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Aired Sunday 8:30 PM Feb 16, 1995 on FOX
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When Max's former flame Preston August becomes her new boss, they try to mix business and romance, but find that it is hopeless. They fail to get any work done, and each is insanely jealous when the other confers with co-workers of the opposite sex. They realize they must break up. Kyle is furious when a typo in his Flavor bio states that he is married, until he finds that being unavailable makes him more attractive. Tag: Kyle tries out his married persona in bar.moreless

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John Henton

John Henton

Overton Wakefield Jones

Kim Coles

Kim Coles

Synclaire (James) Jones

Mel Jackson

Mel Jackson

Ira Lee "Tripp" Williams III (season 5)

Kim Fields

Kim Fields

Regine Hunter

Erika Alexander

Erika Alexander

Maxine Felice Shaw (a.k.a. "The Maverick")

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah

Khadijah James

Phil Morris

Phil Morris

Preston August

Guest Star

Wayne Federman

Wayne Federman

Fred Meyer

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Anne Bellamy

Anne Bellamy

Mrs. Perez

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  • QUOTES (16)

    • Kyle: Khadijah, women all over New York are holding their breath, awaiting the story you did on moi.
      Khadijah: Well, tell them to exhale!

    • Synclaire: Obie, you put these in my pile, but they're yours.
      Overton: Oh, I know that. I was kinda hoping you'd wear 'em later.
      Synclaire: Oh. Well, ignore that red lace bra in your pile. There's no message there.

    • Synclaire: Kyle, you were one of a bunch of men profiled.
      Kyle: Yes, but the others will simply recede into the background once the women get a load of me. It's called the Barker Effect. Yeah!
      Overton: And scientists are working around the clock to find a cure. Yeah!

    • Regine: Max ran into me outside and is helping me with my bags.
      Khadijah: How come? That's not food!

    • Max: I hear he has a very jealous girlfriend. The waits-for-you-to-come-out-of-your-house-so-she-can-run-you-down-with-her-car kind of girlfriend.

    • Preston: You're the one who has all the men in the office buzzing around you, Fred Meyer!
      Max: Fred Meyer is a dork.
      Preston: So? I saw the way he was checkin' you out in that suit. And if he wasn't looking, he was thinking about looking!

    • Max: She did not start wearing that Wonderbra until you came along.
      Preston: Well, that's because I felt that her cleavage wasn't pronounced enough, so I suggested she go buy one! In fact, I went with her to buy it. In fact, we went to pick it out together, walking hand and hand through Bra World!

    • Max: And why'd you have to bring your special coffee beans in here? Getting the women all worked up! Juan Valdes never got so much attention.

    • Regine: You've gotta work with somebody you've seen naked? Now that's distracting.
      Synclaire: Yeah. How do you think I feel every time I see Obie change a light bulb?

    • Overton: You know, it's comforting to know that, when there are no men around, you women can be as raunchy as we are. It is a bit disheartening to realize that, right now, you seem to think there are no men around!

    • Overton: So Kyle, what's the little lady cooking for supper?

    • Max: You know, if we're going to make a clean break of this, I'm really going to have to hate you.
      Preston: Okay. I'll partner you with Fred.
      Max: That helps.

    • Regine: Now, let's see. What to wear. I need something that says, "I'm with him, but it's a favor."

    • Preston: As you all know, the district attorney has promised to eliminate prostitution in New York.
      Fred: Again?
      (Max enters)
      Max: Sorry I'm late. My heel got stuck in a manhole and I had to wait for the city to come out with a crowbar.
      Fred: Again.

    • Fred: If I were to refer to a precedent, that would be...?
      Max: People v. Rickey.
      Fred: Get out of my head.
      Max: Get out of my face.

    • Overton: I have a strict policy against mixing business with pleasure. Have we learned nothing from the tragic saga of Tom and Roseanne Arnold?

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