Love Monkey

Season 1 Episode 7

Mything Persons

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 09, 2006 on VH1
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Mything Persons
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Tom gets the chance to buy the catalogue of a singer who cracked under the pressure of the music business years ago and never completed his long-awaited sophomore album.

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    Kelly Anne Burns

    Kelly Anne Burns

    Waitress

    Guest Star

    Joey Giambattista

    Joey Giambattista

    Waiter

    Guest Star

    Terrence Mann

    Terrence Mann

    Gordon Decker

    Guest Star

    Eric Bogosian

    Eric Bogosian

    Phil

    Recurring Role

    Ben Shenkman

    Ben Shenkman

    Scott Tucker

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Tom: You never recorded "Maybe Then Someday".
        Gordon Decker: Until now.
        Tom: Top notch, Gordo. There's a good lad.
        Gordon Decker: Don't do that.
        Tom: (nods) Don't do that.

      • Karen: Hey Mike, Dana volunteers for Doctors Without Borders. Weren't you looking into that?
        Mike: Yeah, I was. Really, I was, until I found out that those guys actually like to cure people instead of giving them rejuvenating facials.

      • Dana: I'm sorry I'm late. I had an emergency endoscopic transnasal brain surgery. How was your day?
        Tom: Weird coincidence. I also had a trans-Atlantic microscopic... um, brain... yeah. I used the old, uh, grab and pull double suture. Do you use that?
        Dana: Good choice.
        Tom: Old school, right?

      • Shooter: You can tell a lot about a person by the way they play Monopoly.
        Crystal Sloan: Monopoly?
        Shooter: Yeah. You see, most people are all about quantity. They go in, buy up all the ghetto properties, you know? Vermont, Baltic. Then they put in some of that track housing. But me, I'm a lot different. I'm all about quality. I'd rather buy Boardwalk, build me a fancy hotel.

      • Jeff: Is he crying? There's no crying in music.
        Julia: Are you kidding?
        Tom: That's all there is.

      • Tom: (about meeting Gordon Decker) It'd be like you meeting, say, Barbara Walters.
        Bran: She's not my idol, and I have met Barbara Walters. She has a big head. A surprisingly big head.
        Tom: A big ego?
        Bran: No, physically.

      • Bran: How did it go with Dr. Heimlich?
        Tom: Dr. Heim... No, her last name's Graff.
        Bran: I know, but she gave you the Heimlich, and...
        Tom: I know, but that's not her name. It'd be weird if her name was Heimlich, and she gave me the Heimlich.

      • Jeff: (about Phil) Why's he being so nice?
        Tom: I don't know.
        Jeff: He's not nice. Do you think there's cyanide in my coffee?
        Tom: I don't think there's cyanide. It's not his style. He'd go with lye, or bleach, or arsenic maybe.

      • (about talking to a porn star)
        Shooter: So what should I open with?
        Tom: How about: "I love your body of work"?
        Mike: "I love your body"?
        Tom: That's better.
        Mike: Yeah.
        Shooter: Amateurs.
        Tom: We might be amateurs, but she's a pro.

    • NOTES (5)

      • Original International Air Dates:
        Czech Republic: July 31, 2009 on Nova Cinema

      • The song "Maybe then someday" which Gordon Decker performs at the end of the show is actually by Tommy Walters' band "Abandoned Pools" and has been released on their album "Armed to the Teeth" on September 27th, 2005. It seems that they took the studio recording of the song and simply used a vocal track of Terrence Mann who played Gordon Decker instead of the original vocal track of Tommy Walters.

      • In Latin America, this episode aired before than the previous one.

      • This is the second show were Erin Daniels plays a character named "Dana". The first was "The "L" Word".

      • Never Aired on CBS

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Jeff There's no crying in music.

        This is a reference to the Jimmy Dugan (played by Tom Hanks) line in the 1992 Penny Marshall film, A League of Their Own, "There's no crying in baseball".

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