Some of My Best Friends

Season 1 Episode 3

Blah, Blah, Blah

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Mar 12, 2001 on CBS
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Frankie is dating a woman whom he is very attracted to, but isn't really interested in what she has to say. Whenever she begins to discuss her feelings, all Frankie hears is "blah, blah, blah." Warren, on the other hand, really enjoys talking with her and sharing emotions. Together, Frankie and Warren make the perfect guy and they decide to split the duties of a boyfriend. Warren gets the deep conversation and Frankie gets to enjoy the "pillow talk."moreless

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      • The Fine Young Cannibals song "She Drives Me Crazy" is used in this episode (though it's performed by another artist).

      • CBS had no faith in this show, so this episode was aired on a special night, following "Everybody Loves Raymond." More than likely, this was aired to drive the final stake into the coffin (this was without a doubt the worst episode of the series -- so much so that the writers actually apologized to the cast for the bad writing). CBS was looking to cancel the series and the easiest way to do it was by airing a low-rated episode in a high-profile timeslot.

      • The final draft of the script is dated October 23, 2000.

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      • The Fine Young Cannibals song "She Drives Me Crazy" is used in this episode (though it's performed by someone else).

      • CBS had no faith in this show, so this episode was aired on a special night, following "Everybody Loves Raymond." More than likely, this was aired to drive the final stake into the coffin (this was without a doubt the worst episode of the series -- so much so that the writers actually apologized to the cast for the bad writing). CBS was looking to cancel the series and the easiest way to do it was by airing a low-rated episode in a high-profile timeslot.

      • The final draft of the script is dated October 23, 2000.

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