The Drew Carey Show

Season 7 Episode 9

Drew Live III

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Nov 14, 2001 on ABC
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Drew Live III
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Drew awakens to find himself handcuffed to former Cheers star John Ratzenberger in a Tennessee dog pound. John says that he saved Drew from jumping off a bridge in a drunken stupor as he ranted about some terrible thing that he had done. Drew tries to re-trace his steps and figure out what happened. He headed to Nashville for a convention, and Oswald and Lewis tagged along to visit Dollywood. Mimi and Steve used the absent Wick's ticket to take the trip, and decided to have sex on the train. Drew became ill after drinking a beer and stumbled into the wrong cabin. He remembers that Mimi entered the cabin as the train went through the tunnel. Drew finds blue paint all over himself and fears that he had sex with Mimi. Oswald and Lewis tell him that Mimi discovered that it was Drew and left him alone. The Blue Man Group then covered him in paint as part of one of their experiments. Drew discovers that John Ratzenberger drugged his beer and led him to the wrong cabin. He and the Blue Man Group wanted to get him to kill himself so that they could take over the show.moreless

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Kate O'Brien (1995-2002)

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Oswald Lee Harvey

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Kathy Kinney

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John Carroll Lynch

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • The beagle jumps from next to Drew and John, into the cage with the other dogs.

      Also, pounds separate the animals into their separate cages, that way it keeps the animals controlled and easy to keep track of.

    • In this episode, Lewis and Oswald keep talking about visiting Dollywood in Nashville. Sorry guys, but Dollywood is not in Nashville. It is in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, which is at least three hours east of Nashville.

    • In the Pacific time zone version of this episode, they rang the bell as Kate and Mimi were discussing Mimi's tryst with Steve on the train, meaning that Christa Miller had to come up with an ad lib. Her response, "You should try it in the caboose," was bleeped by ABC. This show has had literally hundreds of lines over the years that have been more risque than that, so it seems pretty stupid that they would choose to censor this. (They apparently realized this was a mistake, as it was no longer censored when the episode aired in syndication.)

  • QUOTES (11)

    • (Flashback Girl comes in the office after Oswald leads Drew out)
      Lewis: Hey, Flashback Girl. Care to go back to my place and lie there for a half hour while I make excuses? (she looks disgusted and leaves, he turns to the camera) You know, they say they want honesty, but they don't want honesty.

    • Drew (yelling at John): My gosh you're evil. You're nothing like the piggy bank in Toy Story.

    • Drew (as he starts to unbutton his shirt and finds blue eyeshadow on his shirt, he slowly looks in his pants and screams after he realizes what he's done): I slept with Mimi. That's why I tried to kill myself. (grabs John by the shirt) Why didn't you let me die? Why didn't you let me die? Why didn't you let me DIE!?

    • Mimi (when Drew brings a suitcase on wheels to work): You know, when you start to bring your lunch to work on wheels, you got a problem.

    • Flashback Girl: Want to go back ten years, watch me experiment with a girl?
      Brad: (excitedly) Gerry, can I?
      Gerry: (over intercom) No!!!

    • Drew: Hey, I'm in a dog pound handcuffed to a celebrity. I'm finally gonna get in the Enquirer.

    • Lewis (to the director): I warn you: whatever part of my body you zoom in on, I'll play it!

    • Oswald: You gotta think there's at least one single woman on this whole train who would rather talk to us than leap to her death.
      Lewis: Well, you're probably wrong, but we have to try.

    • Drew: This show's about my life. You can't just take that away.
      John: Oh, please. (Puts on glasses and speaks like Drew) "I drink a lot and I don't like Mimi."

    • Drew: Hey, they left a tape! I hope it's not some kind of weird Blue Man porn!

    • Oswald: Someone on this train...is a murderer!
      Drew: Sit down. That wasn't funny in the Christmas train at the mall, it's not funny here.

  • NOTES (4)

    • Craig Ferguson does not appear in this episode.

    • At the time this episode first aired, Ryan Stiles had just recently done a commercial for Kinko's Copies. He ad-libbed that they should have gone to Kinko's instead of Dollywood.

    • Three of the games from Whose Line is it Anyway? were played in this episode. Throughout the episode, they played Quick Change, Props, and Whose Line. The playing of Quick Change was altered slightly for the show, using a bell instead of a fellow actor to signal a change of dialogue.

    • This episode was performed live for each feed (east/central, mountain and west).

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