Two Guys and a Girl

Season 4 Episode 21

Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM May 16, 2001 on ABC
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Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
A jealous Berg tries to get Irene back but ends up screwing it up again, as he won't leave her alone and keeps on having conflicts with Roger, her new mailman-boyfriend. Pete tries to convince Ashley to stay by spending more time with her and making her a picnic in the park, but he gets stood up becuse Ashley doesn't want to get involved with pete as she's moving, and it will end in heartache when she does leave. Johnny wants to spend more time with Sharon, so he helps Sharon serve a subpoena to a man who has a scary dog, and they spend the day together trying to get through the garden to his letter boxmoreless

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    Traylor Howard

    Traylor Howard

    Sharon Carter Donnelly

    Ryan Reynolds

    Ryan Reynolds

    Michael Leslie "Berg" Bergen

    Richard Ruccolo

    Richard Ruccolo

    Peter "Pete" Dunville

    Nathan Fillion

    Nathan Fillion

    Johnny Donnelly (recurring Season 2)

    Suzanne Cryer

    Suzanne Cryer

    Ashley Walker (recurring Season 2)

    Jillian Bach

    Jillian Bach

    Irene (recurring Season 3)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • It's interesting that Berg would be so scared to fight Roger, a significantly smaller man, in this episode when last season he punched Johnny, a significantly bigger man, in the face without a second thought.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Ashley: Why don't you tell me what the surprise is just to make sure I'm not disappointed.
        Pete: You know I'm suddenly amazed you were asked out in college.

      • Ashley: I wasn't exactly popular in high school.
        Pete: Really?
        Ashley: People said I had a superior attitude but that's just probably because they were all so stupid.

      • Ashley: I had a great time today. I'd never heckled Shakespeare in the park before.
        Pete: Well you stole the show with, "Get a day job thou bloweth."

      • Berg: Yesterday she referred to you as her fuzzy slippers.
        Roger: That's only because I wrap myself around her feet when we watch TV.

      • Roger: My insides are something special.
        Berg: Well sucks for you that you weren't born inside out.

      • Berg: If I were a box marked fragile I'd be pretty scared right now.

      • Ashley: We've got three days, strictly fun, no emotional attatchments. Just think of me as a soldier on a weekend pass.
        Pete: OK but if you knock me up, you have to take me back to your country.

      • Ashley: I never knew you'd be such a good lover.
        Pete: Yeah and imagine me with a good partner.
        Ashley: Well until recently I couldn't imagine you with a non-plastic partner.

      • Berg: My charm bubbles up inside of me until I have to let it out. It has to come out one end or another.

      • Berg: (to Roger and the tall mailman beside him) Oh look, it's a scene from 'Of Mice and Mailmen.'

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Berg: (to Roger and the tall mailman beside him) Oh look, it's a scene from 'Of Mice and Mailmen.'

        This is a reference to John Steinbeck's highly acclaimed novel Of Mice and Men about a short, clever man George and his tall but stupid friend Lennie.

      • Episode title: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

        This is the title of a song by punk band The Clash.