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Season 1 Episode 5

Episode 5

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Aired Unknown Oct 04, 1977 on ABC
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Episode 5
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Eunice and Jodie discuss their man troubles. Burt and Mary visit a sex therapist. Corrine gives Tim one last chance before moving in with Peter, then catches Jessica kissing Peter.Danny continues trying to kill Burt. Chester fakes being sick so he can sneak out to see Claire. Jodie and Dennis run into Eunice and Congressman McCallum at a restaurant.moreless

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    Nita Talbot

    Nita Talbot

    Sheila Fine

    Guest Star

    Byron Webster

    Byron Webster

    Dr. Medlow

    Guest Star

    Sal Viscuso

    Sal Viscuso

    Father Tim Flotsky

    Recurring Role

    Robert Urich

    Robert Urich

    Peter "The Tennis Player"

    Recurring Role

    Bob Seagren

    Bob Seagren

    Dennis Phillips

    Recurring Role

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      • Corinne: (after catching Jessica in Peter's apartment)
        This is really the limit, Mother. When I was eight, you took away my cap pistol. And when I was thirteen, you took away my eye shadow. But this!
        Peter: (chases after Corinne)
        Corinne, wait!
        Jessica: Oh, my God! Oh, God, now how could this happen? I always tried to be good. I mean, I took care of my family, served on committees, I read to the blind. And now? Now, I've had an affair with my step-nephew. Or is he my nephew by marriage? Now wait, let's see, he's my sister's second husband's son so that makes him my step-nephew by... by marriage... is that right? What does it matter, whoever he is, he's in love with my daughter and I mean, she really isn't my daughter, she's the illegitimate daughter of... Oh, my God!

      • Mrs. Fine: Now, let me see if I understood this. You said we can't see each other, right?
        Peter: Uh, that's right.
        Mrs. Fine: And we can't see each other anymore because someone is moving with you?
        Peter: That's right.
        Mrs. Fine: Someone is moving in, I love it. A man who has his mattress replaced every ten days is making a commitment.

      • Burt: Look at this place. Look at it. It's for lunatics.
        Mary: What are you talking, Burt? It's a perfectly nice, normal office.
        Burt: Perfectly normal? Look at this.
        (picks up book)
        "Sexual Perversion: Fact of Fiction?"
        Normal?
        (points to another book)
        "Sexuality in Infancy"
        Oh, oh. That's nice. I like that a lot.
        "The Frigid Woman"
        "The Impotent Male"
        That's it! I'm leaving.
        Mary: Come on, Burt. Dr. Medlow has a wonderful reputation. He's an M.D., for God's sake.
        Burt: M.D.?! In his case it means Mentally Deranged. Mary, look at this place. The man is sick.

      • Jodie: That was Congressman McCallum, wasn't it, huh?
        Eunice: Well, I'm covering his campaign and I was interviewing him.
        Jodie: You're going to tell me he holds hands with Woodward and Bernstein, too.

      • Mary: Burt, Dr. Medlow is a very busy man. This is the only appointment he could give us and we can't cancel.
        Burt: All right, all right, all right.
        Jodie: The Dr. Medlow?
        Burt: Knock it off. You don't know him.
        Jodie: Oh, not personally. I've never had the need to consult a sex psychiatrist.
        Burt: He happens to be a dermatologist.
        Jodie: Come on, Burt. I know what Dr. Medlow does.
        (talks in deep voice)
        And what you don't.

      • Jodie: Cooking breakfast, Burt?
        Burt: Yup.
        Jodie: Hmm. Well, I hope your cooking here is more successful than it is upstairs.
        Burt: What are you talking about?
        Jodie: Just a little something I found in your bathroom this morning. "The Cookbook of Sex."
        (Jodie and Danny start laughing)
        For second there, Burt, I thought that The Happy Hooker and The Galloping Gourmet had decided to collaborate.
        Burt: Give me the book!
        Jodie: I couldn't help but browse. You know how I love to cook. I figured I could find all sorts of wonderful things I could do with a duck. Quack. Quack.

      • Jessica: (Corrine walks in on her with Peter) Corinne, this is not what you think it is. What do you think it is?

      • Eunice: It's incredible we have something in common.
        Jodie: Yeah, we both date guys.

      • Eunice: You used to steal my clothes.
        Jodie: You had such nice things.

      • Narrator: (Opening Narration) In last week's episode of Soap, Chester's secretary Claire had arranged for Chester's mistress Pigeon to find them together at lunch, thus ending Chester's relationship with Pigeon. But that's not all, Claire has threatened to repost Chester's illegal business activities, if Chester doesn't divorce Jessica. Jessica has tried to end it with Peter But couldn't, but tell's Mary she'll see him again to see if she can. Jodie has found that his quarterback boyfriend, in order to protect his image, has a girlfriend. Jodie tells him since he's planning a sex change operation for that very same reason, his boyfriend can get rid of his girlfriend. Danny has tried to follow the Godfather's order's to kill Burt but couldn't. Confused? You wont be after this week's episode of Soap.

      • Narrator: (Closing Narration) Will Corrine ever leave Father Tim alone? Will Corrine ever forgive her mother for Peter? Will Corrine ever forgive Peter for her mother? Now that Jodie is going to become his boyfriend's girlfriend, will his boyfriend get rid of his girlfriend? Since Burt seems unwilling to talk, will the psychologist ever be able to cure his impotency? Since Danny seems to be a klutz, will he ever be able to kill Burt? Will Burt be cured or killed? These questions and many others will be answered on the next episode of Soap.

      • Burt: (trying to get out of his meeting with Mary and a sex therapist) If the foundation doesn't get poured, bricks don't get laid.
        Mary: Bricks? The man's worried about bricks?

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