Providence

Season 1 Episode 10

You Bet Your Life

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Aired Unknown Mar 19, 1999 on NBC
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You Bet Your Life
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Sydney receives a proposal to fund the clinic from a dying person. Dani learns more about Robbie's gambling. Joanie receives a big offer in cooking class.

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    Joe Flanigan

    Joe Flanigan

    Dr. David Marcus

    Guest Star

    Lori Rom

    Lori Rom

    Danielle

    Guest Star

    Jay Acovone

    Jay Acovone

    Vincent

    Guest Star

    Dana Daurey

    Dana Daurey

    Heather

    Recurring Role

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      • Jim: Well, the case of the runaway dog is solved.
        Heather: And the case of the clutzy assistant?
        Jim: We're still working on that.
        Heather: Okay.

      • Joanie: Should do the trick. Simple, yet casually slutty. If he doesn't jump your bones half-way through the evening, blame me.
        Sydney: Don't worry, I will.

      • Joanie: Is that what you're wearing?
        Sydney: Yeah.
        Joanie: Hmmm. Kinda says, 'Hi, I'm here for my interview.' Wouldn't you prefer something that says, 'I dare you to keep your hands off me?'

      • Lynda: So, I guess Helen Hayes is about to take the big dirt nap, huh? I'm dead, I can make jokes like that.

      • Syd: This is the big moment. The classic thirties crash kiss. It's a wonder he doesn't break her jaw.
        David: I guess they don't really do it that way anymore.
        Syd: No, they lightened up in the fourties and fifties.
        David: Softer kissing.
        Syd: And in the sixties there's a European influence. Less lips, more tongue.
        David: The French kiss.
        Syd: In the seventies and eighties they moved from the lips being the primary target to other erogenous zones such as the neck and shoulders.
        David: And what about the nineties?
        Syd: Bad news. The kiss becomes an endangered species, eclipsed by other forms of passion.
        David: Less kissing. That's a shame.
        Syd: See, that makes the kiss more special, you know, reserved for the most passionate moments.
        David: Like this?

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