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Season 2 Episode 3

Lady Hawke

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Aired Sunday 12:00 AM Mar 19, 1995 on FOX
8.3
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Lady Hawke
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When Jeremy Hawke's sister, Olivia Newton Hawke, visits New York, Jay meets her and is smitten with her. He puts his relationship with Alice on the line when she begins to feel left out, and Jay then must decide who he really loves.

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  • Simply Hilarious!

    8.1
    I really laughed at this episode and was surprised about how much conflict Jay has in his heart about picking between two women. It was a really funny and heartwarming episode and possibly one of the funniest.



    I mean come on what can be funnier than Jay being kicked out onto the balcony of his apartment while Jeremy talks to Ilivia and a guy taking a picture of him, all entrances blocked off and rain just starting all of a sudden and then him loosing his clothes - I cracked up so hard! Then the twist on the joke when Jeremy gets out on the balcony and all of a sudden two birds come and land on his arms, the sun comes out and two girls are out there all of a sudden, hilarious! Plus the jokes about Saturday Night Live or as this show has it Yesterday Night Live, LOL! Oh and I like the La Queen Latifa jokes, they were great, not to mention Franklyn's lines - Brilliant!



    A great episode all in all!moreless
Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah

Herself (voice)

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Ricki Lake

Ricki Lake

voice of Herself

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Morwenna Banks

Morwenna Banks

Voice of Olivia

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Fast Food Employee: You want a piece of me, fat boy? I'll spork your ass.

    • Marty: Look, Dad, it's former Yesterday Night Live actor Jon Lovitz!
      Jon Lovitz: Make way, make way, you comedy peons. Famous movie star coming through, and I'm carrying something you've never seen before--it's called "talent"!
      Jay: I wish I had half his looks.
      Marty: Well, you kinda sound like him.
      Jay: Ya think?!

    • Jay: (talking to Olivia) I wonder what she looks like naked.
      Jay's Brain: You idiot, that's what I'm supposed to say. Quick, cover up.
      Jay: I wonder what she... cooks... like... uh... naked.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Opening & Closing Gags
      Phone Call: (replaced by Jay's alarm clock radio) "The following is a test of Faye Dunaway's vocal cords. We repeat: this is only a test."

  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • Name: Olivia Newton-Hawke
      The name of Jeremy's sister is a nod to famous Australian actress/singer Olivia Newton-John, who is probably best known for her role as Sandy in the 1978 film version of Grease, and her pop song from the '80s, "Physical".

    • Jay: I hate Qantas.
      This is an allusion to a Qantas Airways ad campaign featuring a koala delivering the above line in response to Qantas bringing tourists to his home.

    • Olivia: (sings) I come from the land down under...
      She is singing Man at Work's hit single "Down Under". This song is also referenced a moment later when Jeremy arrives looking for his sister and Jay offers him a vegemite sandwich.

    • Episode Title: "Lady Hawke"
      The title of this episode referes the 1985 fantasy film Ladyhawke, starring Rutger Hauer and Matthew Broderick.

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