The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd

Season 3 Episode 12

Here's an unexpected twist on the old biological clock

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Jul 08, 1989 on NBC
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Here's an unexpected twist on the old biological clock
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Two weeks into her new job, Molly worries about her frequent nausea and what it might mean. Molly attempts to clarify her relationship with Moss but ends up more confused. Then, when she cooks a special dinner for Hawthorne, he becomes violently ill just as he's about to ask her a very important question.moreless

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    Allyn Ann McLerie

    Allyn Ann McLerie

    Florence Bickford

    Mia Korf

    Mia Korf

    Dr. Kim Rosenthal [ 4 ]

    George Gaynes

    George Gaynes

    Arthur Feldman [ 3-5 ]

    James Greene

    James Greene

    Davey McQuinn

    Blair Brown

    Blair Brown

    Molly Dodd

    David Strathairn

    David Strathairn

    Moss Goodman [ 2-4 ]

    Kim Chan

    Kim Chan

    Waiter

    Guest Star

    Allyn Ann McLerie

    Allyn Ann McLerie

    Florence Bickford

    Recurring Role

    David Strathairn

    David Strathairn

    Moss Goodman

    Recurring Role

    Richard Lawson

    Richard Lawson

    Nate Hawthorne

    Recurring Role

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      • (Molly and Moss are in a Chinese restaurant.)
        Waiter: Ready to order?
        Moss: How do you do your squid?
        Waiter: Fine, how do you do, sir?
        Moss: Actually, I meant the squid.
        Waiter: Is good, squid is good.
        Molly: I'll have your chicken thing with the peanut stuff.
        Moss: And I'll have your squid.
        Waiter: To drink?
        Moss: No, I'd rather chew it.
        (Waiter leaves.)
        Moss: (speaking to Molly) Did he think I was calling him 'your squid'? 'How do you do, your squid'? Is that some kind of cultural thing I should know about?

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