Mad About You

Season 2 Episode 19

Love Letters

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Aired Unknown Mar 10, 1994 on NBC
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Love Letters
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The Buchmans find letters written by former tenants of their apartment chronicling a World War II love story that Jamie feels parallels her and Paul's.

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    Helen Hunt

    Helen Hunt

    Jamie Stemple Buchman

    Leila Kenzle

    Leila Kenzle

    Fran Devanow

    Paul Reiser

    Paul Reiser

    Paul Buchman

    John Pankow

    John Pankow

    Ira Buchman

    Maui

    Maui

    Murray the Dog

    Anne Ramsay

    Anne Ramsay

    Lisa Stemple

    Dylan Haggerty

    Dylan Haggerty

    Couple in 6-C

    Guest Star

    Timi Prulhiere

    Timi Prulhiere

    Couple in 6-C

    Guest Star

    Elena Wohl

    Elena Wohl

    Ellen

    Guest Star

    Jerry Adler

    Jerry Adler

    Mr. Wicker

    Recurring Role

    Lisa Kudrow

    Lisa Kudrow

    Ursula Buffay

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (After explaining that Leo, Paul's counterpart, never returned from World War II)
        Millie: No, Manny is Leo's cousin. After we got the news, I guess we just sort of took care of each other.
        Jamie: (aside, to Paul) Oh my God, I married Ira!

      • Millie: May I come in?
        Jamie: (bounding from the couch) Of course!
        Paul: Please.. listen, our house is your house, literally.
        Millie: Oh my God, this feels very weird! I never thought I'd be back. I see they still haven't fixed this-- WHOOA!

      • Jamie: Could you please tell us where Mr. Wicker is?
        Couple: Who?
        Paul: It's like talking to a gland here.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Jamie: What happened?
        (Murray barks)
        Paul: Either Timmy is in the well...

        This is a reference to the 1960's TV show Lassie, where Timmy refers to Timmy Martin the kid of the show where Lassie would always go for help and "tell" everyone what happened.

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