Two Guys and a Girl

Season 2 Episode 13

Two Guys, a Girl and a Gamble

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Jan 06, 1999 on ABC
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Two Guys, a Girl and a Gamble
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Pete is put in charge of watching Michael after school which is fine, until he asks Berg to do it for a day. Berg brings Michael to the dog track to help him learn his fractions. Sharon asks Johnny to move in with her.

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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 (1)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Sharon: Johnny's used to clean sheets and fresh towels every single day!
        Pete: Why, did he grow up in a Hyatt?

      • Pete: It's time to stop living a lie!
        Sharon: But what if...
        Pete: No! It's time to come out of the sloppy closet.
        Berg: And then you can march in the sloppy pride parade.

      • Berg: What's wrong, Sharon? You look stressed. Pete try to teach you math?
        Pete: Hey, why don't you abduct a kid? It worked for Berg.

      • Berg: You can explain the relationship between colon and rectum.
        Michael: Berg said rectum!
        Pete: Yes, he does that.

      • Berg: It's three to one!
        Pete: Very good Berg, very good. Tonight you get an extra hour of TV.

      • Pete: You took him to the dog track! Berg, why didn't you just take him to the bar and teach him how to mix martinis? You know... you know... fours parts gin to one part vermouth.
        Berg: Oh, sure. If you want a really wet martini.

      • Berg: Fine, ask Sharon. But you run the risk of Michael getting lost in the planter.
        Pete: You want to watch him? Just remember, he's not a dog. If you forget to feed him, he can tell me!
        Berg: Fine. Go, go.
        Pete: Okay. But he has to finish his ratios, it's really important. And Caitlin's cell phone number's on the fridge. And if you have an emergency, it's 911. And poison control...
        Berg: Pete, all those numbers are busy because Aunt Emily's dying!

      • Sharon: I need a large pizza, double pepperoni, extra sausage.
        Berg: I see you are ordering our "big fat girl" special.

      • Berg: (about Michael) I'm saying that the kid uses his left brain. You know, like me.
        Pete: He's not like you, he uses his whole brain.

      • Pete: That's you, fun, fun, fun. You're going to be everybody's favourite uncle-lets-run-with-scissors.
        Berg: And you are going to be everybody's favourite uncle-hey-grab-your-abacus-we-are-going-to-the-math-fair.

      • Michael: Do I have to?
        Berg: You bet your ass.
        Pete: Berg.
        Berg: Rectum.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Pete: You're like that father from shine.

        Shine is a Australian film from 1996 based on the life of pianist David Helfgott, played by Geoffrey Rush, who suffered a mental breakdown and spent years in institutions.

      • Berg: Michael, come to the dark side of the force.

        The Force is a kind of mystical energy and it is one of the main concepts in the Star Wars universe, created by George Lucas.

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