Providence

Season 3 Episode 22

Falling

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Aired Unknown May 18, 2001 on NBC
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Dirty politics intrude upon the relationship between Rep. Connelly & Syd, who gets an icy warring welcome from his wife. A bizarre stalking is capped by a cliff hanger.

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    David St. James

    David St. James

    Waiter #1

    Guest Star

    Ken Weiler

    Ken Weiler

    Irritated Guy

    Guest Star

    Christina Haag

    Christina Haag

    Mrs. Connelly

    Guest Star

    Patrick Fabian

    Patrick Fabian

    Jerry Kaufman (Season 1)

    Recurring Role

    Dana Daurey

    Dana Daurey

    Heather

    Recurring Role

    Jon Hamm

    Jon Hamm

    Burt Ridley

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Elliot: Oh boy, you look like your kitten was run over by a train.
        Joanie: Actually, it was a fire engine. What is that?
        Elliot: Chocolate eclair filling.
        Joanie: Since when do dogs eat chocolate eclairs?
        Elliot: This is for you. In Elliot-ville, this is heartache medicine.

      • Joanie: Burt was the best thing that ever happened to me and I dumped him like yesterday's liver chews. I don't even know what I'm going to say to him.
        Elliot: I have an idea. Why don't we practice? You know, I'll be Burt and you be... a slightly less psychotic version of Joanie.

      • Elliot: Look at you, you're like a nervous wreck over this whole thing. You're eating like a Labrador Retriever.
        Joanie: Oh, don't hold back, Elliot.
        Elliot: Sorry, I just thought that I should intervene before you go up a whole dress size.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This is the last episode where Syd talks about her comng home and her Mom's death. Then it goes to clips from the last episode.

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