The Drew Carey Show

Season 7 Episode 4

Married to a Mob

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Oct 10, 2001 on ABC
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Married to a Mob
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Oswald, Lewis and Steve are shocked to learn that Drew is married to both Nicki and Kate. Drew intends to clear up the situation immediately, but puts it off for two weeks. He alternates between wives, telling each woman that he is away in Toledo on business when he isn't with her. Unfortunately for Drew, Mimi finds out what is going on. Drew begs her not to rat on him. He tells her that he loves both women and is abstaining from sex until he can narrow it down to just one wife. Mimi still feels that his behavior is sleazy, and tries to set him up for a fall. Kate calls while Drew is with Nicki, and he ends up having to agree to a dinner with both of them. He tells Nicki that Kate has gone crazy and thinks that she is married to him. He then tells Kate that Nicki has gotten hooked on anti-depressants. He manages to keep them at bay until Kate finds wedding cake in the freezer that says "Drew and Nicki." Oswald and Lewis decide to look for a house because women are turned off by the fact that they live above a bar. While talking with Drew in the park, they become inspired and decide to build a house there. Drew doesn't tell them that this is a stupid idea because he believes that his bigamy now disqualifies him from questioning anything they do.moreless

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  • Drew tries to deal with marrying Nicki and Kate.

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    The show opens with Lewis and Oswald drinking at the Warsaw. When they notice an attractive waitress, the guys go over and hit on her. When they reveal they live upstairs, the waitress walks away, not impressed by them. Lewis and Oswald sit down and talk about the possibility of growing up, moving out, and buying a house together. Drew then walks in and tells the guys that he not only just married Nicki, but he also married Kate. Kate then walks in embrases Drew, Lewis, and Oswald. Per Drew's request, they don't say anything about it, but when Kate leaves, Drew tells them he'll confess to Kate in the morning.



    We quickly cut to two weeks later, and Drew's not told the ladies about what he did. Instead of confessing, he's running from house to house, acting like he's been there all night long.



    Out looking for a home, Lewis and Oswald come to a house they saw advertised in the local newspaper. As they approach it, they see it's really small, about five or six feet tall. They go inside to see if it's actually that shot inside. Inside, they meet the realtor, who tells them the owner is in Atlanta at the moment, but is looking to sell the house.



    A few days later, Drew comes home with some flowers for Nicki, and she questions him about how much longer Mr. Wick's going to keep him in Toledo. Drew lies by telling her that he's not really sure, but it could be a while longer. When Nicki goes into the kitchen to check on the pot roast, Drew calls Kate to see how she's doing.



    At Winfred-Louder, Mimi figures out that Drew married both Kate and Nicki. When Mimi threatens to tell them about it, Drew makes a deal with her. She'll keep quiet if Drew will stop with the pranks. When Drew leaves, Mimi makes a call and orders lingerie to be sent to both Kate and Nicki. You can tell in her evil laugh that Mimi means to do harm, and she's enjoying it.



    When Drew arrives home, he finds Nicki wearing lingerie that he didn't buy for her. They start making out in the kitchen when Drew receives a call from Kate, who also has her lingerie. Drew then gets another call, but this one is from Mimi, who mentions she bought the lingerie, obviously upsetting Drew. When Drew tells Nicki about how Kate's not spent very much time with him, Nicki tells Drew to invite her over for dinner. At first, Drew resists, but he gives in to Nicki's persistence.



    In the park, Drew's joined by Lewis, Oswald, and Steve, who all feel bad for him. Steve suggests telling Nicki that Kate's suffering from mental problems. Without many other options, Drew decides to go along with it. Meanwhile, Lewis and Oswald notice how great the park is and consider building their new house there. When Oswald notices that Drew didn't object to the idea, he asks him why. Drew responds by telling him he married two women at the same time, he's got nothing to say.



    At home, Drew tells Nicki that Kate is suffering from mental problems and thinks she is married to Drew. Nicki decides to play along with Drew and when Kate comes by, things go as Drew had wanted. After a few minutes pass, Lewis and Oswald stop by to see how the dinner has been going. They even brought a first aid kit by, thinking the ladies would hurt Drew when they figured out they're both married to him. Lewis and Oswald leave when Kate finds a wedding cake in the freezer.



    The show ends with Lewis and Oswald dropping by the house they looked at earlier on in the show. Lewis says he dropped his wallet, and he's checked everywhere else. As they're looking through the windows for the wallet, the owner gets up and yells at the guys. They quickly run away when they realize the owner is back from Atlanta.



    Tonight's episode was pretty good, actually. The writers did a good job at setting up the next episode, particularly with the ending, since they didn't really show what happened after Kate found the wedding cake.moreless
Drew Carey

Drew Carey

Drew Allison Carey

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Kate O'Brien (1995-2002)

Diedrich Bader

Diedrich Bader

Oswald Lee Harvey

Ryan Stiles

Ryan Stiles

Lewis Kiniski

Kathy Kinney

Kathy Kinney

Mimi Bobeck Carey (episode 2+)

Craig Ferguson

Craig Ferguson

Nigel Algernon Wick (1996-2003)

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    • (Lewis and Oswald are thinking of building a house in a city park)
      Oswald: The park would be a perfect place to build a house.
      Oswald and Lewis: Let's build a house!
      Oswald (Oswald looks to Drew): Drew, this is the part where you tell us it's a bad idea.
      Drew: No, I have two wives, I have nothing to say.

    • (Mimi and Drew decide on a truce to stop playing pranks on each other and revealing Drew's bigamy)
      Mimi: So no more nasty surprises.
      Drew: Uh, have you been out to your car recently?
      Mimi: No.
      Drew (takes a basket and musical instrument out of his desk and heads off to go to Mimi's car): If I'm not back in thirty minutes, call animal control.

    • Lewis (after a realtor talks about how a mini house was possibly built by various mystical creatures): Yeah I don't believe in midgets.

    • Kate (Drew sneaks into bed with Kate after returning from his house): Good morning Drew.
      Drew: Good morning.
      Kate (looks Drew over): Drew, why are you all sweaty?
      Drew (thinking quickly): I had a dream that vegetables were chasing me in the forest.
      Kate: Drew, why is there a leaf in your hair?
      Drew: Honey, if you're going to give me the third degree for having a leaf in my hair, what kind of marriage are we going to have?

    • Waitress: Why would you want to live above a bar?
      Oswald: Because they wouldn't let us live in the bar.

    • Drew: Listen, before you go judging me, I happen to love Kate and Nicki.
      Mimi: You know, I hate to break it to you, but getting two women halfway there is not the same as getting one all the way home.

    • Drew: What are you guys doing here?
      Oswald: Well, we were just in the neighborhood. We'd thought we'd drop by and see how the dinner's going.
      Drew: What's with the first aid kit?
      Lewis: Oh, it's to sew your genitals back on.

    • Drew: Hey, I got a big problem. I just got married to Kate.
      Lewis: You mean you just got married to Nicki?
      Drew: No, that was the day before yesterday.

    • Oswald: May you two have a long and happy life together.
      Kate: Oh, that's so sweet, Oswald.
      Oswald: Yeah, it's bigamy, ain't it?

    • Oswald: Hey, good luck with the dinner.
      Drew: Thanks, but I think I don't need it. I think for once, God is gonna back up the crap truck and bury some other poor bastard.

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