Still Standing

Season 3 Episode 3

Still Looking for Love

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 04, 2004 on CBS
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Still Looking for Love
When her cat accidentally kills himself, Linda starts treating her latest loser boyfriend more like a feline than a man. Meanwhile, Bill and Judy can't help but make fun of the strange circumstances of the cat's death.

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  • One my favorite episodes of Still Standing!

    This is one of the greatest episodes I have ever seen. It made me laugh hysterically in so many different scenes. I have probably seen it at least eight or nine times, but everytime I watch it cracks me up each time.

    One big thing I liked about this episode was that it had a lot less "sexual" humor than other episodes. It was just a great laugh-out-loud episode.

    One of my favorite lines would have to be with Tina in the kitchen when she says, "Peanut's dead. He's in the ground and worms are eating him." And then Linda's hilarious response, "Who stole your soul"?

    Oh there are too many funny parts to list from that episode. I loved it!moreless

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    • Judy: Brian hit Tina.
      Bill: Sounds like a fair fight—one hits like a girl, the other's Tina.

    • Judy: Are we interrupting something?
      Linda: Well, if you must know, this is my pet bereavement group.
      Bill: (snickers) Oh, you're not kidding.

    • Bill: I don't see why you had to drag me to Linda's to apologize.
      Judy: Because you made me laugh at her dead cat.
      Bill: You may have been laughing at her dead cat; I was laughing at your grieving sister.

    • Judy: Oh, God, I feel terrible.
      Bill: I know, I could just kill myself. If only I had a full length mirror and my meatball sandwich costume.

    • Judy: Didn't you used to have a British accent?
      Perry: Oh, yeah. That was just a thing. I'm into bracelets now.

    • Lauren: That cat hated me. He peed on my bookbag and stared right at me when he did it.

    • Linda: Who wants tapas?
      Bill: I hope we're putting them on tapas some bigger food.

    • Perry: Will you marry me?
      Linda: Yes, I will! I will marry you! Oh, my God, my God! This is exactly how I pictured it, except I was wearing something different, and we were on a beach in Hawaii, and I was 26, and you were a doctor.

    • Linda: God was lonely, and he needed a pet, so this morning he called on Nathaniel Pawthorne. And, uh, I like to think he's in a big park in the sky, chasing birds, and probably even playing with your old gerbil, Peanut.
      Tina: Peanut's dead. He's in the ground and worms are eating him.
      Linda: Who stole your soul?

    • Perry: (singing to Linda about her dead cat while playing a slow, somber tune on the guitar) I'm so sorry that your kitty-cat is gone. He's at peace under Bill and Judy's ... lawn. Good-bye Nathaniel, good-bye Nathaniel, good-bye Nathaniel. (he starts to play a fast rock tune) 2, 3, 4! One life down and eight more to go! Broke his neck and now he's no mo'. But he didn't feel a thing. (shrieking) He broke his head! But he didn't feel a thing. And now he's dead! He didn't feel a thing.

    • Perry: (to Bill) Dude, did you just bark?

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