Love Soup

Season 1 Episode 6

War is Heck

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Nov 01, 2005 on BBC
8.6
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War is Heck
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While helping out a cousin, Alice believes she may have met her soul mate. Elsewhere, when Gil's fantasy comes true, he's a bit disconcerted.

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  • great show

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    this show show owns almost every she this is a great show i mean how good could a show get well this one could beat almost every other show except for some others but its a gret story nd a ood cast overall this show owns big time esecially its timing

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    • Gil: I don't even have a brother!
      Irene: Well you have now, his name's Hiram.

    • (To Gil, as to how she explained her presence in his bedroom to Bob)
      Irene: I told him your brother had been very badly injured in an accident in America; that it was touch-and-go whether he'd pull through, and you were so upset about it all that I had to come around last night to see if everything was okay.
      Gil: And he believed that?
      Irene: Absolutely. What I said was, he'd been taking part in a javelin contest, okay? And as he was running along, he'd stumbled and dropped the javelin, which had stuck in the ground, and he'd fallen face first, right onto the point, which had completely pierced the roof of his mouth and ended up about half-an-inch away from his brain.

    • Alice: I was just thinking about this party I'm supposed to be going to tomorrow. What I'm gonna wear, what everyone else will be wearing, whether I'll end up looking like a transvestite. Again.

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    • Lloyd: ...last night we could barely keep up with Erik Satie.

      Erik Satie was a French composer of the 19th and 20th Centuries. His work, now considered ahead of its time, was known for being simple, restrained, and somewhat abstract.

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