Two Guys and a Girl

Season 1 Episode 13

Two Guys, a Girl and a Landlord

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Jul 22, 1998 on ABC
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Two Guys, a Girl and a Landlord
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When their landlord imposes some harsh new rules, Pete and Sharon take a stand. Berg thinks they are being childish until the landlord inadvertently causes the death of Berg's beloved pet fish by removing all the windows from the apartment one freezing winter's night. Needless to say, it's war.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

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      • Pete: We can now watch what we want, from any corner of the earth.
        Berg: All crammed in to our 12 inch screen.

      • Sharon: Maybe all these stories I've heard about Haggerty are true.
        Pete: What are you talking about?
        Sharon: Remember Marco? The stuttering mime in 3B. Re-tiled his bathroom without permission, hasn't been heard from since.
        Pete: He's a mime!

      • (After Mr.Haggerty has removed Pete's satellite dish).
        Berg: All right, so we're back down to 80 channels. Just like the amish.

      • Berg: What is the deal with taking our windows?!
        Mr. Haggerty: I thought that was funny.

      • Sharon: Mr. Haggerty is everywhere! He knows all!
        Berg: Oh yeah? Ask him why I'm slicing my 3 iron.

    • NOTES (2)

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      • Pete's internal monologue in the car in anticipation of meeting Mr. Haggerty is reminiscent of the internal monologue of Martin Sheen's character in Apocalyse Now.

      • Pete: Hakuna Matata.

        This is an allusion to the animated Disney film The Lion King from 1994. Hakuna matata is the motto of the characters Timon and Pumba in the film. It is Swahili and means 'there are no worries'.

      • Pete: Today can be our independence day!

        This is an allusion to the sci-fi film Independence Day from 1996.

      • Mr. Bauer: Once you've gone up river nothings ever the same. The horror!

        This is an allusion to the film Apocalypse Now from 1979. It is the final words of Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando).

      • Mr. Bauer: Last time I saw a snow storm this bad I was travelling in South America. We'd just finished a soccer match in Bolivia, heading home to Chile. The plane crashed in the Andes, we were stranded for weeks.

        This is an allusion to the film Alive from 1993 based on the book Alive: The Story of the Andes Survivors, which itself is based on a true story.

      • Mr.Bauer: I once took a job as winter care taker in an old hotel in the mountains of Colorado. I thought I could work on my novels, spend some quality time with my family. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.

        This is an allusion to the novel The Snining by Stephen King. A movie based on the novel, starring Jack Nicholson, was made in 1980.

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