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Season 3 Episode 6

The Importance Of Being Betty

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Aired Unknown Sep 20, 1997 on AMC
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The Importance Of Being Betty
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What would WENN do without Betty Roberts? Aside from being the head writer, she's also the interim station manager when Pruitt is away, the station accountant, promotions director, sales executive, and she knows where everything is! But when the New Yorker Magazine offers Betty an assistant editor position, the staff does what they can to encourage her, but everything gets completely turned around. Will she stay, or will she go? Don't forget to not ever be...not prepared.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Mackie mentioned the day as being the anniversary of the start of the War of 1812, which puts the date as June 1, 1941.

      • Radio Shows Mentioned: This Girl's Kinfolk; Wilson's Watches sponsors WENN's time check; Is Something Burning?; Valiant Journey; Young Doctor Talbot (mentioned); Amazon Andy (mentioned)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Scott: It's funny. Every fiber of my being tells me to use my greatest skills and scams to trick Betty into staying...
        Hilary: ...and yet?
        Scott: Who said anything about "And yet?"
        Mr. Eldridge: I remember a saying I first heard at the Great Wall of China-
        Maple: You've been to China, Mr. Eldridge?
        Mr. Eldridge: No, that's the name of the restaurant just down the block from me. (pause) The saying went something like this: "If you set a bird free, and it doesn't return, it wasn't yours to begin with. But if you set a bird free and it returns--it's probably a homing pigeon.."
        Hilary: There's a wonderful lesson in that story, Mr. Eldridge. And it is that we must never let you tell us another story.

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