Two Guys and a Girl

Season 2 Episode 19

Two Guys, a Girl and a Fighter

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Mar 17, 1999 on ABC
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The gang become caught up in a number of petty fights when Berg gives Ashley a key to his apartment. Pete is angry because Berg did not consult him about this and he hates Ashley and does not want her in the apartment. Sharon tells Ashley than Pete hates her and Ashley tells Sharon she has a big mouth causing further tension in the group. The three of them decide that all this fighting is somehow Johnny's fault and things come to a head at a boxing game that Berg is the ringside doctor at.moreless

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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

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Ashley: So, you don't like me?
        Pete: What, who told you that?
        Ashley: Your big mouthed friend Sharon.
        Sharon: Big mouthed!
        Ashley: What would you call it?
        Sharon: I know you both hate me, but I hate you both more!

      • Johnny: Here's Buster, growing up he used to protect me from all the bullies.
        Berg: You, you big moose, used to get beat up?
        Johnny: I was scrawny, all right. Up until I was fourteen I wasn't much bigger than you.

      • Buster: Once it opens it never closes.
        Berg: It's like 'Cats'. (nobody understands what he's talking about) It's a musical that's been playing for... (Berg goes quiet and looks away)

      • Pete: All I could think about was how I was gonna get Berg back for giving Ashley a key.
        Sharon: Me too.
        Pete: What were you gonna do?
        Sharon: Leave a message on his machine as an ex-girlfriend. You?
        Pete: I was gonna leave a home pregnancy test kit on his dresser.
        Sharon: Wow, that's good. You really put a lot of thought into that.
        Pete: He's my best friend.

      • Sharon: I want everyone to know I am just here for Berg.
        Ashley: Well, why do you think I'm here?
        Sharon: According to the Bible, to balance good.

      • Pete: Ashley, how did you get in here?
        Ashley: Well, I figured you'd do something stupid like change the locks, so I left the window open a crack.
        Pete: A crack? Oh, wait a minute, I forgot vampires can turn into mist.

      • Berg: I think I'm more excited about this fight than you are.
        Buster: That's because you're not the guy getting punched in the face.

      • Pete: If you're gonna wait, wait over there.
        Ashley: Fine.
        Pete: Uh-uh-uh-uh-uh. I'm not pointing to the booth. I'm pointing to Rhode Island.

      • Pete: Hey, Ashley, you know what? Your flying monkeys were just in here looking for you.
        Ashley: I see they left behind a munchkin.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Pete:: Hey, Ashley, you know what? Your flying monkeys were just in here looking for you.
        Ashley: I see they left behind a munchkin.

        This is a reference to The Wizard of Oz a 1939 musical film based on the a children's book by L. Frank Baum. The flying monkeys are controlled by the Wicked Witch of the West, sister to the Wicked Witch of the East, ruler of Munchkin Country.

      • Buster: Once it opens it never closes.
        Berg: It's like 'Cats'.

        Cats is a long time running musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber. It's first production was in 1981.

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