The Drew Carey Show

Season 3 Episode 16

The Salon

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Feb 04, 1998 on ABC
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The Salon
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Kate hopes to receive a promotion to wardrobe buyer, but Mrs. Louder doesn't feel she has enough class for the job. Drew tries to help Kate come up with a plan to change Mrs. Louder's mind. They decide to organize a salon at Drew's house and discuss social and political issues. Drew suggests focusing on a few pre-selected topics so that Kate has time to study. Lewis also invites his boss from DrugCo to the event in the hopes of impressing him. Kate and Mrs. Louder get into a heated argument over the issue of Internet censorship. They begin insulting each other, and Mrs. Louder fires her. Kate takes a temporary job with Global Parcel, but Oswald has to fire her the first day after she endangers him and the cargo by getting into an altercation with other drivers. Drew meets Mrs. Louder's idol, Rush Limbaugh, and convinces him to come to the store. He tells Mrs. Louder that he agrees with Kate's opinion that the Internet should allow free speech. Mrs. Louder lets Kate come back to the store. Meanwhile, Mimi pushes Wick too far when she insults his mother over the phone. He decides to file a countersuit against her for defamation of character.moreless

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    Charles Nelson Reilly

    Charles Nelson Reilly

    Mr. Hathaway

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    Keith Diamond

    Keith Diamond

    Greg Clemens

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    Rachel True

    Rachel True

    Janet Clemens

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    Kate Walsh

    Kate Walsh

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      • (Mimi and Drew prepare to draw, just like the old West)
        Mimi: This store ain't big enough for the two of us, pig.
        (the two spray each other with Silly String)

      • (Rush Limbaugh convinces Mrs. Louder to rehire Kate)
        Rush: If Clinton deserves a second chance, then she does.

      • (after Mimi watches Drew spray Kate with Silly String)
        Mimi: No flames, no screaming, no blood. Where's the comedy?

      • (After Mimi hangs up on Mr.Wick's mom rudely)
        Mr.Wick:Mimi, I may be power mad, I maybe a corporate weasel, I may even be a sleezebag, but I am first and foremost a momma's boy. You never ever insult the momma of a momma's boy.
        Mimi:Oh crap, I went too far? Ok, well just give the job and I'll be on my way.
        Mr.Wick:I'm not gonna give you anything!
        (walks toward his office, stops, and turns around)
        I take that back. I'm giving you a countersuit for defamation of my character. I'll battle you to the day I die, and after that I'll see you in hell. YOU'LL KNOW ME! I'LL BE THE ONE STANDING THERE WITH MY MOMMY!
        (slam the door behind him as he enters his office)

      • (Guessing the topic of a talk show with a cloth covering the lower half of the screen.)
        Oswald: Looks like a mother and daughter, they're yelling at a guy. I'd say the topic is "Mama, Stay Away From My Man."
        Drew: Then how come he has a swastika tattooed on his forehead? It's "He's Ain't Heavy, He's My Nazi Brother."
        Lewis: You poor, simple working folk. As anyone can see, that's not a swastika tattoo, that's the beginning of a third eye; that's not a mother and daughter, that's Sigourney Weaver and Paul Simon; and this isn't water I'm drinking, it's vodka, which means I'm not charming and witty, I'm drunk and obnoxious.
        Oswald: Okay, Tim, pull the cloth.
        (The cloth is pulled.)
        Nicki: We were all wrong. It's "A Mouseketeer Reunion."

      • Mimi: Crap. I think I just screwed myself big time.
        Drew: Really? Was it as bad for you as it was for you?

      • Kate: Poise and culture? I got craploads of poise and culture!

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