The Loop

Season 2 Episode 10

The Stranger

Aired Wednesday 12:00 AM Jul 01, 2007 on FOX
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Episode Summary

Sam has been assigned a new project, however he chooses Russ' pal Ralph to assist him, instead of Meryl. After things go bad, Sam has to crawl back to Meryl to help him straighten out the mess.

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  • Sam has been assigned a new project.

    NO! Why was this show canceled? I just Loved this installment to the series. I was hoping to see Sam hook up with his hot assistant,but it never developed. Sullivan got assigned a new project,as usual, but he choose and elderly employee named Ralph to work with him, instead of Meryl.Yeah he dropped Meryl after he told her he would team up with her on this project to make more money for the airline. Apparenly Ralph is senile or just plain crazy and tried to hire monkeys to fly the airplanes.So Sammy asks Meryl to help him.

    She was pretty upset. Still a great episode.

    I WANT MORE!!!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Sam: Hey, Darcy, why did you take the stairs?
      Darcy: Assistants can't use the elevator during peak hours.
      Sam: Really? You have to walk up 68 flights?
      Darcy: It's not a big deal. There's a water fountain on the 40 and I'm pretty sure stairway rapist has moved on to the Sears tower.

    • Sully: Dude, you look like Val Kilmer. What happened
      Sam: I just wrestled a monkey from a 747.
      Sully: Is that a euphemism for dropping a deuce?

  • NOTES (2)


    • Russ: Save your sorries for Tracy Chapman.

      Tracy Chapman is a folk singer. One of her well-known songs is "Sorry".

    • Sully: Come on Sammy, you had stars in your eyes, it happens to the best of us, it's the only reason I got in the back of Glen Fry's van...or maybe it was Don Henley... who sang Boys of Summer?

      Both Glen Fry and Don Henley were founding members of the band "The Eagles". Don Henley is the one that sang Boys of Summer.

    • Russ: I'll have to camp out, like I did for Revenge of the Sith.

      Revenge of the Sith is the subtitle of Episode III of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Fans were so excited for its release that they camped out, sometimes for weeks prior to the opening to ensure they would be present during the first showing.

    • Somkin: Did you ever see a grown man naked?

      This line uttered by Somkin to Kevin the chimp in the closing scene is an allusion to the movie Airplane! where Captain Oveur uses the same line. What makes this even better is that actor Dale Dye (Somkin) looks at lot like actor Peter Graves (Captain Oveur).