Two Guys and a Girl

Season 2 Episode 17

Two Guys, a Girl and the Storm of the Century (1)

Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Feb 17, 1999 on ABC
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Two Guys, a Girl and the Storm of the Century (1)
Having finally moved on from Ashley, Berg is pursuing a TV newswoman and even braves a huge storm just so he can ask her out on a date. With not so perfect timing, Ashley reappears with the news that she broke up with Justin so she can be with Berg. Looks like Berg has some decisions to make.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

    Constance Marie

    Constance Marie

    Venita Viento

    Guest Star

    Rolando Molina

    Rolando Molina


    Guest Star

    Marcelo Tubert

    Marcelo Tubert


    Guest Star

    Suzanne Cryer

    Suzanne Cryer


    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Berg: (About Venita) And the best thing is she wants to be with me and I want to be with her and what's that about? (There's a knock at the door) She's so obsessed with me! (He opens the door to find Ashley) Ashley.
        Ashley: I did it, Berg. I broke up with Justin.
        Berg: What?
        Ashley: During the storm, I started thinking about what could happen and how short life is and I realized Justin isn't the one I want to be with. It's you. Oh, Berg! (Hugs him)
        Pete: Boy, when it rains, it pours.

      • Berg What would you say to a person who went in the middle of a storm to meet a beautiful girl who he doesn't even thinks speaks the same language to get over a girl who wants nothing to do with him?
        Venita: Is he wearing yellow boots?
        Berg: Maybe!

      • Sharon: (to Berg) Sometimes I have no idea what you're thinking! Well at least I know what you're thinking with!

      • Berg: Come on baby, give daddy the five day forecast.

      • Pete: Berg! Hurry up!
        Berg: (wearing gigantic yellow rubber boots) I'm sorry it's these boots. They're too big.
        Sharon: They're not too big, they're too dorky.
        Berg: I think I can pull these off.
        Pete: Pull them off and throw them in the trash.

      • Sharon: ( to Berg about Ashley) I know it's hard to let go. I'm going through the same thing right now with Johnny. Except people actually want us to get back together.

      • Stage Manager: Hey Larry, where's Venita?
        Cameraman: I don't know. She insisted on staying. I hate her. Last winter she made me sit on a frozen pump for six hours, I lost all feeling in my left pinky. Look , I can't zoom no more.
        Pete: You left her on the pier all alone
        Cameraman: Of course not, I left her with some stalker.

      • Sharon: Are we going after him?
        Pete: We have to. He's our best friend.
        Sharon: Are we really that close?

      • Berg: Boston Bait and Tackle, since 1943. We'll be safe here, I mean, imagine how many storms this place must have weathered.
        Vanita: Read the little print
        Berg: Re-built in 1994

    • NOTES (2)

      • During the end credits we finally see the much anticipated gag reel.

      • During the commercials there was a commercial featuring Pete, Berg and Sharon advertising for the Sonny and Cher movie which airs on the 22nd on ABC. And the episode itself was part of ABC's promotional efforts for the Stephen King mini-series that was airing during this week, called Storm of the Century.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Berg: I've got two words for you: Ricky and Lucy.

        This is an allusion to I Love Lucy. An American sit-comfrom the 50's, starring Lucille Ball as Lucy and Desi Arnaz as Ricky Ricardo.

      • Pete: It's like 'Wag the Dog', but with weather.

        This is an allusion to the movie Wag the Dog from 1997 starring Robert de Niro and Dustin Hoffman. In the movie Dustin distracts the American people from a U.S. presidential sex scandal by constructing a fake war with Albania.