Men Behaving Badly (US)

Season 2 Episode 9

The Tape

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Katie's really angry with Steve because he refuses to go to dinner with some friends she wants him to meet. Jamie kidnaps "Hootie", the mascot owl from Hooters, and is keeping it in the apartment. Steve manages to break through Katie's defenses by giving her a tape of sentimental songs that he tells her he's made especially for her; as a matter of fact, he tells Jamie, it's actually a tape he made at age thirteen in an attempt to score with a cheerleader. Jamie grabs the tape at the first opportunity and uses it on Brenda who is also charmed, but she tells him how much she loves it in front of Steve and Katie. Katie busts him immediately, so Jamie enlightens her that Steve made the tape fifteen years ago. Katie grabs the tape and throws it out the window as Hootie swoops by and flies away with it. Bill Clinton is walking on the White House lawn with an aide as the tape falls out of the sky at his feet. Jamie and Kevin are at a bar as Jamie unsuccessfully tries to write a poem for Brenda; he gives up and decides to cut her gas line so can rush in later and save her from death, but he immediately passes out and Brenda saves hem from what she thinks is an attempt at suicide. Steve brings Katie a six-pack and asks her to forgive him; she says at least she knows the six-pack is his idea. And Bill gives the tape to Hilary, and she forgives him for everything.moreless

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      • Steve: Look Katie, I was going to get you jewelry but I know you only wear stuff that you make yourself. Then I was going to get you flowers but I know that you're allergic to pollen and you wouldn't water them. Then I was going to get you that fancy champagne but that stuff just sits in your fridge. That's why I got you the beer. (Katie smiles)You're smiling, did I have you at hello?
        Katie: No, it took every single word.

        This is an allusion to the Renee Zellweger line "You had me at hello." in the 1996 movie Jerry Maguire.