The Drew Carey Show

Season 4 Episode 10

Drew's Dance Party

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Nov 18, 1998 on ABC
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Drew's Dance Party
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The gang learns that its favorite local radio station is going off the air. They decide to have a slumber party at Drew's house and request a bunch of songs. The station has so many requests that the lines are busy for hours. Oswald goes out for beer, but instead goes to the station and pays the D.J. to let him take over. He plays all of his friends' favorite songs.moreless

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  • Oswald takes over a radio station.

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    At home, Drew is playing poker with Lewis and Oswald, when Kate comes in with news about a local radio station, which has decided to stop playing Rock music, and they're going to have a request-a-thon day. The guys decide to have a slumber party, and make requests all night-long. We cut to the "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" production, where Drew, Larry, Oswald, and Mr. Wick dancing at the Warsaw, and get shut down by the police, from the episode, "The Dog and Pony Show."



    At home, Drew, Lewis, and Kate are in the front room, waiting to get through to the radio station, but the lines are busy. When they realize Oswald's not back, they talk about him leaving to get beer. He then comes on the radio. He paid the D.J. $50 to take over. He starts some music, and we are taken to the full "5 O'Clock World" production.



    Back to Oswald in the radio station, he's fooling around with some voice effects. He ends up bringing up something Kate did, which caused Lewis and Drew to get into a fight. We then cut to Drew, Lewis, Oswald, and Kate practicing music in the backyard, but Kate's doing terrible on vocals, a scene from the episode, "That Thing You Don't."



    Back to Oswald, he's dedicating the next song to Lewis, who is shown coming out of Drew's bathroom, while spraying a deodorant into the air. We cut to the "What is Hip" production number, which was used in the "Drew's the Other Man" episode.



    Back to Oswald, who tells the cable guy, over the radio where he lives, and that the key is under the door mat. We cut to the full "Cleveland Rocks" production. We join Kate, on the phone, trying to request a song, but they're interrupted by Mimi, who's asking for another song. Oswald ponders whether or not he can play two songs at the same time. We cut to the full "Time Warp/Shake Your Groove Thing" production, which is from the "New York and Queens" episode. Back to Oswald in the radio station, who's joined by a police officer. He reveals Oswald's apartment was broken into. Oswald decides to play another song. We cut to the "Free Ride" production, from the "The Dog and Pony Show" episode.



    The show ends with production where Drew and Nicki danced in the refrigerator, which is a scene from the episode, "Two Weddings and a Funeral for a Refrigerator."



    I really liked this episode quite a bit. Some of the productions they did over the first few seasons were great!moreless
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