Two Guys and a Girl

Season 2 Episode 4

Two Guys, a Girl and a Homecoming

Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Oct 14, 1998 on ABC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Berg: (points at scalper) That's our guy, right there.
      Pete: He's a scalper? How can you tell?
      Berg: Shifty eyes, hunched shoulders, the fact that he's been yelling 'I've got tickets, who needs tickets'.

    • Security Guard: Here's your problem, these tickets are counterfeit.
      Pete: Counterfeit?
      Berg: Oh, well, never mind.
      Security Guard: I think you better come with me.
      Berg: Wait a second, we bought those tickets. We had no idea thy were counterfeit.
      Pete: Yeah, you should arrest the guy in the parking lot who sold them to us.

    • Tim: I'm a stock broker now.
      Pete: You manage money? In school you couldn't manage to put on deodorant.

    • Sharon: And when it rains he gives me his jacket.
      Deb: Rick gives me his jacket too.
      Sharon: Yeah but Johnny isn't an alcoholic.

    • Pete: Oh Berg this is heaven.
      Berg: I always knew heaven would have an open bar!

    • Pete: Do you remember life before the luxury box?
      Berg: Only vaguely.

    • Johnny: Unlike you I'm proud of what I do.
      Tommy: You're not happy being a stripper?
      Johnny: Tommy!
      Sharon: You told him I was a stripper?
      Tommy: Sorry, 'exotic dancer.'

    • Johnny: I just didn't want to get teased for dating a suit.
      Sharon: So you're embarrassed of me?
      Johnny: No I just don't want my friends singing 'Uptown Girl' every time we go out.

    • Pete: (Dressed as an elephant) I'm never gonna forget this.
      Berg: Of course you won't, you're an elephant.

  • Notes

    • This episode was aired out of order as Johnny appears in this episode as Sharon's boyfriend, but she only meets him in the following episode, Two Guys, a Girl and an Elective.

  • Allusions

    • Johnny: I just don't want my friends singing 'Uptown Girl' every time we go out.

      Uptown Girl is a song by Billy Joel about an average, working guy who wants to go out with a rich, classy girl.

    • Pete: (While in the mini-jail) Attica! Attica! Attica!

      This is an allusion to the 1971 Attica Prison riots in Attica, New York.

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