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Season 3 Episode 5

Two For The Price Of One

Aired Unknown Sep 13, 1997 on AMC
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Two For The Price Of One
Scott's startling introduction of Simmons the Gardner is a hit with fans, albeit not so much with Hilary Booth. And Maple inadvertantly gets Scott to reveal where he'd been in the two weeks he was away from WENN. In the meantime, Miss Cosgrave signs a contract with the station manager of radio station WEEP giving him the rights to most of WENN's best radio programs. Hilarity ensues as "Gardening With Gertie" and "Young Doctor Talbot" collide, and Mr. Crowley discovers that the WENN crew won't let go of their hard work quite so easily.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Mr. Eldridge mentions the sinking of the British ship Hood by the German battleship Bismark, this episode takes place on or after May 24, 1941.

      • Radio Shows Mentioned: Bedside Manor (Torbor Brothers Floorists, Ingrams Coffee); Two Can Live as Cheaply as One; Thomas Eldridge With the News (Bella's Italian restaurant); Young Doctor Talbot; Valiant Journey; Racing Results Down the Homestretch; Cafe New Orleans; Gardening with Gertie

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (C. J. is monitoring both WENN and WEEP at the same time)
        C. J.: It's not as hard you you might think, Betty. I'm listening to our station on the speaker and monitoring the other broadcast on my headphones.
        Betty: Gee, I would think that would be like trying to pat my head and rub my tummy (she does so as she says these words) at the same time.
        C. J.: Ah, that would be a lot more fun for me to do. (Betty stops, realizes, as does C. J.) Oh, gosh...I mean...sorry.

      • Miss Cosgrave: Well, as you know, it is my great honor and privilege to serve as Mr. Pruitt's right hand.
        Hilary: No, I believe you serve with the left and take away with the right.
        Miss Cosgrave: I'm sure you're misunderstanding.
        HIlary: I'm sure we'll have one.

      • Mr. Eldridge: Doughnuts, anyone?
        Betty: Mr. Eldridge, I need you.
        Mr. Eldridge: Well I'm sure it's...uh, spring fever.
        Betty: No, I'm putting you on.
        Mr. Eldridge: Oh, Betty, why do you toy with me like this?

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