Robson Arms

Season 1 Episode 7

Hairpiece of Mind

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Aired Friday 10:30 PM Jul 08, 2005 on CTV
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Hairpiece of Mind
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New to Vancouver, Sault is having a hard time adjusting to the coffee language and the smoking by-laws. She tries to make friends with Geoff and Stanley, but manages to say all the wrong things. A night-time burglary could expose her alopecia, a secret she keeps closely guarded. Geoff comes to her rescue, assuming she has cancer; this is an assumption that Sault allows to continue just a little too long. When Geoff finds out the truth, he's disgusted by her lies; Sault comes to the realization that it's not the town that needs to change, it's her.moreless

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    William B. Davis

    William B. Davis

    Dr. Carlisle Wainwright

    Alisen Down

    Alisen Down

    Sault Ste. Marie

    John Cassini

    John Cassini

    Yuri Kukoc

    Kevin McNulty

    Kevin McNulty

    Stanley Wasserman

    David Richmond-Peck

    David Richmond-Peck

    Geoff McAlister

    Fred Ewanuick

    Fred Ewanuick

    Nick Papathanasiou

    Ryan Frey

    Ryan Frey

    Man in Waiting Room

    Guest Star

    Pesi Daruwalla

    Pesi Daruwalla

    Man in Waiting Room

    Guest Star

    G. Michael Gray

    G. Michael Gray

    Jonathon

    Guest Star

    Michael Roberds

    Michael Roberds

    Homeless Man

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Geoff (to Sault): I think I know what you're going through; I went through the same thing myself earlier this year.

        Geoff is labouring under the impression that Sault has cancer; Geoff's cancer was dealt with in the episode A Certain Vintage, earlier this season.

      • The music that plays in the background as Sault has dinner with Stanley and Geoff is Vivaldi's The Four Seasons (Spring).

      • The baseball hat that Geoff gives Sault to wear says "I'm not gay but my boyfriend is."

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Yuri: Yeah, if you're gonna [smoke inside], you gotta open a window. You're stinking up the whole building.
        Sault: You know, I've been in this city one week, and already I've been told I can't smoke in a restaurant. I can't smoke in a bar. To repeat: I CAN'T SMOKE IN A BAR.
        Yuri: So you're complaining to me about the city by-laws?
        Sault: This whole city's by-laws! Walking, talking by-laws. Shuffle around comparing sushi restaurants. I can't even smoke on the street without getting the evil-eye from every vigilante on roller blades. So, please, tell me I can't smoke in my own apartment!

      • Stanley: Who did you work with in Toronto?
        Sault: Lots of different people.
        Stanley: Like?
        Sault: Like, I worked for the Premier for a while, and the Minister of Arts periodically... just... lots of people.
        Stanley: The Minister of Arts, the... what's his name, the guy in the papers?
        Geoff: What guy in the paper?
        Stanley: Oh, he got into a lot of hot water 'cause of something he said.
        Sault: It was a typo.
        Stanley: That was you?
        Geoff: What happened?
        Stanley: It was at this big conference, ...Women In The Media...
        Sault: Women In The Arts.
        Stanley: ...and the guy says, correct me if I'm wrong, 'Throw up, you dykes' right in the middle of this big, rousing speech.
        Sault: He was supposed to say, 'Throw up your dukes.'
        Stanley: Still... you were the scapegoat, right?
        Sault: I suspect there was an element of sabotage.

      • Sault: I refuse to speak the bullshit coffee language you guys've got here. I mean, I try to order a large coffee and they say, 'You want a venti?' and I say, 'No, I want a large.' And they try to trick me into saying 'venti' but I won't do it. I tell you, you get kicked out of Second Cup for talking that gibberish!

      • Sault: I don't have cancer. I'm sorry, I just made that up. Or, at least, I went along with it when you said it.
        Geoff (stunned): You don't have cancer.
        Sault: Not yet, but I do smoke a lot.

      • Sault: I don't have any friends in this city.
        Geoff: So what are you going to do? Move back home?
        Sault: I seem to remember having similar problems there.

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