Once and Again

Season 1 Episode 7

The Ex-Files

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Aired Unknown Nov 02, 1999 on ABC
9.2
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Being divorced means Karen and Rick must both go to Eli's weekend basketball tournament, creating some awkward moments for them.

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  • Episode 7 - The Ex-Files - mY review

    8.6
    Grace and Zoe meet Tiffany, Jake’s new girlfriend. Zoe takes a liking for her immediately, but Grace cannot stand her. Rick has to spend time away from Lily, with his family, as they go t o cheer Eli on his basketball match. Karen meets ‘Lloyd Lloyd’, someone she used to work with, and someone who obviously has likes her. Lily tries to spend her weekend alone without Rick but gets bored after a few minutes.



    The storyline which I enjoyed watching the most in this episode was between Grace and Jake. I feel sorry for James Eckhouse (who played Lloyd) because everyone makes fun of his character in this episode. It’s obvious that Karen doesn’t find him attractive, so you feel sorry for her as well for trying to get together with him. The funny moments were when Lily tries to spend her ‘fasting’ time by hogging on donuts, and Grace trying to get back on Tiffany. All in all, I liked this episode, but its not one of my favorites.moreless
Mat Hostetler

Mat Hostetler

Bellman

Guest Star

Laurie Woolery

Laurie Woolery

Waitress

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Ever Carradine

Ever Carradine

Tiffany Porter

Recurring Role

Dennison Samaroo

Dennison Samaroo

Saj

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James Eckhouse

James Eckhouse

Lloyd Lloyd

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    • Rick: Look, I understand. I really do. People have been depending on you and suddenly you can't be there and you almost hope it won't be all right. Part of you almost hopes that they won't be able to go on without you. Of course, they do go on, somehow, without you, but it's hard not to feel that way.

    • Karen: (to Rick) How dare you give me a hard time for having a five minute conversation with a man with a ridiculous name who happens to find me, for some ridiculous reason, attractive.

    • Jessie: I wish we could stay here forever... and have ice and order room service and just... live here.
      Karen: You mean because we're all together?
      Jessie: No, no. I just like hotels.

    • Judy: You are jealous.
      Lily: What? Of who?
      Judy: He's out of twon with his ex and you've got your knickers in a twist.
      Lily: Oh, okay, A, that's not the case, and B, that's a ridiculous expression.

    • Grace: Look, I'm just saying she said her habit was ingrown. But that's a toenail. A habit is inbred, right?
      Jake: No, I think a habit is ingrained. People are inbred.

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