thirtysomething

Season 2 Episode 4

Trust Me

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Jan 03, 1989 on ABC
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Melissa and Gary consider having a child together. Gary volunteers his time at a social services center, where he is irritated by and attracted to a brusque administrator.

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    Timothy Busfield

    Timothy Busfield

    Elliot Francis Weston

    Polly Draper

    Polly Draper

    Ellyn Warren

    Mel Harris

    Mel Harris

    Hope Murdoch Steadman

    Peter Horton

    Peter Horton

    Gary Sheperd

    Melanie Mayron

    Melanie Mayron

    Melissa Steadman

    Ken Olin

    Ken Olin

    Michael Steadman

    Tony Colitti

    Tony Colitti

    Court Officer

    Guest Star

    Jeremy Lawrence

    Jeremy Lawrence

    Creepy Guy

    Guest Star

    Bennett Liss

    Bennett Liss

    Russell's Friend

    Guest Star

    Lacey Craven

    Lacey Craven

    Janey Steadman

    Recurring Role

    Brittany Craven

    Brittany Craven

    Janey Steadman

    Recurring Role

    Lynne Thigpen

    Lynne Thigpen

    Rosie

    Recurring Role

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    • NOTES (3)

      • A reference is made to Sarah Caplan, a friend of Ellyn's at City Hall. Sarah Caplan is the development executive for the Bedford Falls Company, which produces thirtysomething.

      • Melanie Mayron, Mel Harris, Polly Draper and Patricia Wettig (Melissa, Hope, Ellyn and Nancy) sing a little bit of the Leonard Berstein/Stephen Sondheim song "Somewhere."

      • First appearance of Patricia Kalember as Susannah Hart. Also the debut of recurring characters Russell Weller (David Marshall Grant) and Rosie (Lynne Thigpen), an administrator at Race St.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • A fantasy sequence has Melissa appearing on a game show, "Beat the Biological Clock," hosted by Monty Ovary (Jeff Altman). This is an obvious reference to the show Beat the Clock, hosted by Monty Hall.

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