The Drew Carey Show

Season 1 Episode 5

No Two Things in Nature are Exactly Alike

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Oct 18, 1995 on ABC
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Kate's ex-boyfriend, Barry, refuses to come by and pick up his belongings. He begins calling her constantly at the store. Mr. Bell becomes so fed up that he issues an edict limiting employees to one personal call per day. Hoping to cheer up his co-workers, Drew attaches a cartoon to the bottom of the memo. It features a confused caterpillar trying to have sex with a french fry. Most of the employees are amused, but someone complains to Bell and gets Drew in trouble. He becomes obsessed with finding the identity of the offended person, and finally learns that it was Nora from payroll. Kate tries to talk to Nora. She ends up losing her temper and screaming at Nora, daring her to file a harassment suit. Kate has Barry meet her at Drew's house to get his stuff because she doesn't want him in her house. He begs her to come back and becomes violent toward Drew. Drew stands up to him, and Barry decides to leave without a fight after Lewis and Oswald show up. Nora files a lawsuit against Drew.moreless

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  • The cartoon saga begins...

    8.2
    During Drew's carpool to work, he's with Bill, who has a bad phone call from his wife. When it sounds like he might commit suicide, Drew gets a little nervous.



    At home, Drew and Oswald are in the kitchen. The furnace isn't working so it's freezing. Lewis comes out of the basement and tells Drew that the furnace is dead. There's a knock at the door, so Drew answers it and it's Kate. Her boyfriend left his snake, and she's trying to give it to him or anyone who will accept it.



    At work, Drew is given a funny cartoon, so he decides to put it in the newsletter and it ends up offending someone, so he's yelled at by Mr. Bell. Kate is having problems with her ex-boyfriend, so Drew yells at him on the phone, telling him to get his stuff out of her place.



    In his backyard, Drew chats with Lewis and Oswald, who are playing pool. Drew shows them a memo he wanted to send around the office to tell off his co-workers for not having a sense of humor. Jules and his wife stop by and asks Drew to do a favor for him. He used Drew's name as a reference for a job. Kate drops by with a large box of her ex-boyfriend's stuff. She has asked him to stop by Drew's house, which surprises Lewis and Oswald, thinking Barry will hurt Drew.



    At work, Drew's going around looking for who found the cartoon offensive. Kate drops by and tells him that Barry wants to get back with her. Nora drops by and Drew finds out that she is the one who complained about the cartoon. Drew and Nora get into an argument over the whole thing, so Kate butts in to smooth things over, but ends up making it worse.



    Drew and Kate are over at Drew's house. Kate says that there's no answer at Barry's, so he must be on his way. Drew gets a call from Jules' possible employer and has to cover for him. Barry then stops by, and Drew nearly gets into a fight with him.



    At work, Mimi brings a person by to see him. Drew thought he was there to get a job, but he turns out to be a process server, and leaves Drew a lawsuit from Nora.



    The show ends with Kate stopping by Drew's desk with a number from a woman who is throwing a party. Drew's been interested in her for a while. Mimi walks by with news about his mother blacking out. He calls his mother and finds out that she's okay, but since he's limited to one personal call a day, he asks her to call the woman for him.



    This was a comewhat funny episode. The whole thing with the cartoon didn't really interest me, and it continues for a few more episodes, which I wasn't thrilled about. The ending was hilarious in my opinion.moreless
Drew Carey

Drew Carey

Drew Allison Carey

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Kate O'Brien (as Christa Miller)

Diedrich Bader

Diedrich Bader

Oswald Lee Harvey

Ryan Stiles

Ryan Stiles

Lewis Kiniski

Kathy Kinney

Kathy Kinney

Mimi Bobeck

Kevin Pollak

Kevin Pollak

Gerald Hawthorne Bell (Voice)

Cassie Yates

Cassie Yates

Millie

Guest Star

John Schafer

John Schafer

Barry

Guest Star

Aaron Lustig

Aaron Lustig

Bill

Guest Star

Blake Clark

Blake Clark

Jules

Recurring Role

Kelly Perine

Kelly Perine

Chuck

Recurring Role

Jane Morris

Jane Morris

Nora O'Dougherty

Recurring Role

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