Two Guys and a Girl

Season 2 Episode 20

Two Guys, a Girl and a Mother's Day

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM May 12, 1999 on ABC
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Two Guys, a Girl and a Mother's Day
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Berg becomes jealous when Ashley is hired as her professor's assisstant as the two seem to get on well. Worried that they are having an affair, Berg decides to keep tabs on them. Sharon is scared when Johnny's sisters come for a visit and she discovers how maternal they are. As she does not like kids at all and three of his sisters are pregnant, Sharon worries she will not fit in with his family.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Traylor Howard

    Traylor Howard

    Sharon Carter Donnelly

    Ryan Reynolds

    Ryan Reynolds

    Michael Leslie "Berg" Bergen

    Richard Ruccolo

    Richard Ruccolo

    Peter "Pete" Dunville

    Anthony Stewart Head

    Anthony Stewart Head

    Dr. Staretski

    Guest Star

    Maury Ginsberg

    Maury Ginsberg

    Kamen

    Guest Star

    Patty Ross

    Patty Ross

    Patty

    Guest Star

    Suzanne Cryer

    Suzanne Cryer

    Ashley

    Recurring Role

    Nathan Fillion

    Nathan Fillion

    Johnny

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (18)

      • Ashley: Berg that was amazing. You were so calm, so professional, so wonderful.
        Berg: That's also who I am.

      • Ashley: We're a couple. Everything you do reflects on me. And that means you can't act like a jealous, irrational idiot!
        Berg: It's who I am.

      • Berg: So you don't paint your assistants?
        Dr. Staretski: (Naked) Of course not, that would be obscene.
        Berg: Oh. Well, one of us is really embarrassed, and oddly enough, it's the one wearing clothes.

      • Sharon: If a woman doesn't want to have kids, does it make her less of a woman? Does it make her a bad person?
        Pete: No, of course not. It'd make her a bad babysitter.

      • Sharon: There are some people in this world who shouldn't be parents, and I am their queen.

      • Berg: Ashley, you are not going to that interview with Dr. Staretski.
        Ashley: Okay, Berg. I guess I didn't realize it was gonna upset you this much.
        Berg: Well, it does.
        Ashley: Okay. Well, whatever you want me to do. (Pause) Well, that was a fun trip back to the 50's, now get out of my face.

      • Berg: He's not interested in your qualifications. He's interested in your "qualifications" (Points to her breasts)
        Ashley: Oh, that's right, Berg. It couldn't possibly be because I'm the number one med student in the class.
        Pete: How many times a day does she point that out?

      • Sharon: Shoot me now!
        Pete: Sharon, what's wrong? They look like they're having a good time.
        Sharon: Of course they've having a good time, they have so much energy! And if they run out, they suck up all of mine. They're like little energy vampires.

      • Berg: "Devour his body of work?"
        Ashley: What's the problem?
        Berg: Oh I don't know, I just couldn't tell if we were in a med school lecture or a med school porno film!

      • Berg: (About Johnny's sisters) Four girls who just can't say no.
        Pete: I swear Berg, I don't know any of em.

      • Sharon: Why didn't you tell me three of your sisters were pregnant?
        Johnny: I don't know. They're always pregnant. Everybody in my family loves kids. Patty has seven, Wendy has five, Linda has three and Joanie none yet but she's only been married a year.
        (Joanie comes out from the bathroom)
        Joanie: Hey everyone, I just threw up!
        Patty: Well, it's about time.

      • Johnny: (at the pizza place) Why don't we grab a booth.
        Patty: You expect me to squeeze into a booth? I can barely squeeze onto a bus.

      • Patty: (to Berg) Hey, Slim, Food!
        Berg: Hey, Tinkerbell, it's coming.

      • Ashley: (to Dr. Staretski) Brilliant and funny.
        Dr. Staretski: Lovely and perceptive.
        Ashley: (giggling)Oh, professor.
        Berg: Nauseous and sick.

      • Sharon: How does sharon handle those kids.
        Pete: It's easy, she gives them to you.

      • Berg: (stepping through the door) This is unusual.
        Pete: Berg, thank god you're here, we have a situation.
        Berg: What's going on?
        Patty: I came over to pick the kids up, and my water broke.
        Pete: We need a new welcome-mat.

      • (Patty's going into labor in Pete and Berg's apartment)
        Sharon: You're in Med-school, do something.
        Ashley: You're right. I'm gonna, gonna, go home and get my notes.
        Pete: I'll give you a ride on my bike.
        Sharon: Handlebars!
        Ashley: You can't call handlebars inside!

      • Berg: So that's where babies come from.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Berg: Hey, Tinkerbell.

        This is an allusion to the character Tinkerbell who is a tiny fairy in Peter Pan, a children's book written by J. M. Barrie.

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