Two Guys and a Girl

Season 2 Episode 2

Two Guys, a Girl and a Vacation

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Sep 30, 1998 on ABC
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Two Guys, a Girl and a Vacation
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Realising that she hates her job, Sharon decides to quit but cannot follow through when her boss offers her a free trip to Aruba with her friends. The three of them are ready to go when Pete has an unexpected job interview, Sharon has to hold a press conference and Berg is beeped by the hospital. They devise various schemes to cut their commitments short but will they make their flight in time?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 (17)

      • Sharon: How often do you see a string quartet?
        Pete: Almost never.
        Sharon: There you go. They're an endangered species.

      • Sharon: I finally did it!
        Berg: Excuse me, that's my friend and she finally did it.

      • Berg: Where's that girl? Where's that girl that on senior break jumped over a hotel jacuzzi in a golf cart?
        Sharon: And they said it couldn't be done.
        Berg: And you, the man immortalized in Palm Beach after drinking seven Buffalo Sweats in under one hour.
        Pete: Yes, which was followed by me passing out and you shaving my eyebrow.

      • Sharon: (at press conference) Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. No doubt you have heard about the shoreline that rammed into one of our tankers in Chesapeake Bay.

      • Sharon: My company just dumped 30 thousand gallons of toxic waste into Chesapeake Bay! I have to go make a statement, we're never gonna make the flight!
        Pete: Great, how long does it take to say "Oops"?

      • Pete: He da bomb!
        Sharon: When did he start this?
        Berg: I don't know.

      • Pete: Sharon, you're da bomb!
        Berg: She's 'da bomb'?
        Pete: What? I thought I pulled it off.
        Berg: Nope.

      • Pete: If I get this job, I'm set up for life after graduations while if I spend the weekend in Aruba with you I'm going to come back hungover and with one eyebrow shaved off.
        Berg: I couldn't help it, it was twitching the whole time you slept.

      • Berg: My goal is to be a local folk legend there within five minutes of arrival.

      • Sharon: Let it ring.
        Pete: What if it's an emergency?
        Berg: Then they would have lit the bat signal.

      • Pete: My father personally set up this interview for me, I cant just blow it off.
        Berg: Pete, you can do anything you put your mind to.

      • Pete: Just go without me.
        Berg: Never .
        Sharon: What are we going to do? (Looks to Berg)
        Berg: I came up with never.

      • Pete: What do you know about cars?
        Berg: I know you hate it when I pretend to know something about them.

      • Sharon: Our little boy is growing up.
        Berg: And I'm taking you down with me.

      • Pete: (about going to Aruba for the weekend) I can't go either, I have that big interview with Farber & Associates on Monday morning.
        Berg: Yes, Monday! Conveniently located on the other side of the weekend!

      • Sharon: So I tell him I'm finished working for his stupid chemical company. If he wants to get on TV and say that the hole in the ozone is our window to the Lord, be my guest.

      • Pete: The guy killed his first bear by the time he was 10.
        Sharon: So? I killed 2,000 whales by the time I was 23.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Pete: Pete Dunville, Boy's Life.

        Boy's Life is a magazine published by the Boy Scouts of America.

      • Berg: (in a Scottish accent) Freedom!

        This is a reference to the 1995 film Braveheart starring Mel Gibson as William Wallace during the Wars for Scottish Independence. A climactic part of the film is William Wallace's final cry of "Freedom!"

      • Berg, Pete and Sharon: All for fun and fun for all!

        This is pun on the motto of The Three Musketeers a novel by Alexandre Dumas which was also made into a film. Their famous motto is "All for one and one for all."

      • Berg: Mike Bergen, Daily Planet.

        Daily Planet is a fictional newspaper that appears in the Superman comics and movies.

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