Pepper Dennis

Season 1 Episode 8

Hiroshi Watanabe in Bed with Curtis Wilson - Film at Eleven

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Aired Unknown May 23, 2006 on The WB
9.0
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Hiroshi Watanabe in Bed with Curtis Wilson - Film at Eleven
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Pepper gets a lead on a story from her current date, the new mayor, but then realizes he used her report to further his agenda. Meanwhile, Kathy plans to boost morale at the station by holding birthday parties, and she discovers Pepper and Babcock share the same date.moreless

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  • This SUCKS!!!

    3.0
    What the hell? Pepper had such great chemistry with the mayor...unlike her sometimes, if not barely there, so-called 'chemistry' with that lead guy (Charlie?). No wonder this show tanked! Pairing her up with such an A-hole, as her supposed true love, sucks! You don't FORCE chemistry! You go with the couple that has the most of it...and Pepper & the Mayor had LOTS of it. Too bad the writers dropped the ball and made him into a sorta bad guy, by using her....so totally not into charater considering what a great guy they were building him up to be.

    I don't wanna bother with the rest of the episodes for this show now...maybe I'll check out the series finale, hopefully, the writers will wise up and have her sail off into the sunset with that Mayor.moreless
  • This is a amazing show and it really confuses me why it isn\'t watched more often. This episode kept me laughing and begging for more. More inside.

    10
    Another great installment in the Pepper Dennis series. We hit our first bump with the \"perfect\" Mayor and Pepper is forced to give him. Rebecca is absolutely stunning in the break up scene, making me teary right along with her.



    The relationship between Kimmy and Mitch is some of the best chemistry I\'ve seen besides that of Pepper and Babcock. The sneaking him out in a hanger cart was simply hysterical as was his final goodbye with the sleeve. Hopefully this isn\'t the last we see of him. Mitch come back!



    This is an amazing series and a great episode. I hope you watch it and agree.moreless
Henry Simmons

Henry Simmons

Curtis Wilson

Guest Star

A.J. Trauth

A.J. Trauth

Mitch

Guest Star

Alexandra Barreto

Alexandra Barreto

Blanca Martinez

Recurring Role

Fred Koehler

Fred Koehler

Les Gaye

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The three rules Pepper makes for her relationship:
      1. Be flexible and spontaneous.
      2. Be honest and open.
      and after taking a deep breath:
      3. Put the guy before the job.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Charlie: What's the matter Dennis? Afraid to cut loose? Show your wild side?
      Pepper: I can party with the best of them buddy.
      Charlie: Then what? You hate clowns? Cake?
      Pepper: More like candles.
      Charlie: What getting older? Really?
      Pepper: I can't help it. For me birthdays are like the ultimate employee evaluation. I just, feel off schedule.
      Charlie: Dennis, you'll get your anchor desk.
      Pepper: Not just career wise Babcock. Life wise. I thought I'd be further along by now. Have more pieces of the puzzle in place, but I don't. And it just doesn't seem like something to celebrate.

    • Kathy: Oh my gosh! You and Pepper have the same birthday! How fun is that?!
      Pepper: Kathy!
      Charlie: Wow, Dennis! What do you think the stars try to tell us?
      Pepper: That your parents had sex on the same night as Lynn and Dick Dinkle. I don't know what it means, but it can't be good.

    • Pepper: (to Curtis) Why did you give me a watch that smells like old man?

    • Mitch: (After placing a fake cockroach in his dinner plate) Excuse me. Waiter. What is that?
      Waiter: That would be a fake cockroach sir.
      Mitch: Run!

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