Two Guys and a Girl

Season 4 Episode 5

A Germ Runs Through It

Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Nov 03, 2000 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • Mistake: When Berg is at the hospital throwing syringes at the signs he throws one at a big red sign but in the next two shots the syringe is no longer there but it returns in the third shot.

  • Quotes

    • Johnny: (To Germ.) No offence but I don't want your advice. You look funny, you smell funny and I'm pretty sure you think funny.

    • Ashley: I am an experienced woman of the world. Irene is just freckles and hair.

    • Germ: (At the hospital) I asked for you, you know.
      Ashley: Lucky me. I feel just like the pretty hooker in a Vegas whorehouse.

    • Berg: If you are about done I could use a break.
      Ashley: How many times have you told Irene that?
      Berg: I really wish you would stop making jokes about it.
      Ashley: And how many times have you told Irene that?

    • Ashley: OK, you've had your fun now get off me.
      Berg: Boy does that bring back memories.

    • Johnny: If I could think of something mean and clever to say I would so say it right now!

    • Johnny: Sweetie, we don't make enough money for you to help others.

    • Pete: I have a professional question, how badly does something have to be burnt before I can take it home?

    • Sharon: Hey Johnny, there you are. PBS called, they want you to be on 'This Old Lazy Husband.'

    • Sharon: I can't believe it only took you one hour. It has taken my husband two days.
      Carpenter: I'm sorry, is he disabled?

    • Johnny: I take a lot of pride in doing this myself, my great grandfather built the house I grew up in.
      Sharon: Well dig him up, you need help.

    • Sharon: I had such a hectic morning. I had to get my nails done, then I had to go to yoga, then get my hair highlighted...I really just need an hour for myself.

    • Ashley: Well Germ, you seem normal, well as close as I can determine without actually touching you.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Episode title: A Germ Runs Through It.

      This is a play on the novella by Norman Maclean A River Runs Through It.