Mad About You

Season 4 Episode 15

Everybody Hates Me

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 10, 1996 on NBC
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Everybody Hates Me
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Jamie tries a new look with interesting consequences, while Ira feels betrayed at the love game, let down by his quality wingman Paul, who digs himself a big hole discussing beauty.

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    Fabiana Udenio

    Fabiana Udenio

    Sophia

    Guest Star

    Pierrino Mascarino

    Pierrino Mascarino

    Giuseppe

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    Hank Azaria

    Hank Azaria

    Nat Ostertag

    Recurring Role

    Robin Bartlett

    Robin Bartlett

    Debbie Buchman

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    Richard Kind

    Richard Kind

    Mark Devanow

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      • Mark: I don't hate you anymore. Jamie doesn't hate you -- Jamie is just.. she's upset.
        Paul: Why? Why would she be upset with.. that I like her hair?
        Mark: (reflecting) You know.. when I was in Nepal, I am chatting with this sherpa about the question of why, which in his language is pronounced "nchtem," and he said, he said something very interesting -- he said that asking the question why is like pulling one leg off a centipede -- it gets you nowhere!
        Paul: Why?
        Mark: Because.. for every question why the answer is because, and for every because there's another why!
        Paul: Yeah, but I've to understand.. why would she be so angry at me?
        Mark: Because.. she's afraid that after she has the baby (both Paul and Mark knock-wood on Riff's table), she's, she's afraid that she won't be attractive or sexy.
        Paul: But that's so stupid! Why? Why, why?
        Mark: Ah-ah-ah.. you see? The sherpa was right. He was a wise man. A sage. He was a sage.

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