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Season 6 Episode 4

Sam's Novel Romance

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Aired Unknown Oct 10, 1989 on ABC
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Sam's Novel Romance
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Sam joins a book discussion group when she develops a crush on the instructor, a young college professor, unaware that he is married.

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      • Samantha: Angela?
        Angela: Yes?
        Samantha: You know how you always want us to have one of those mother-daughter moments? Well, I think I feel one coming on.

      • Samantha: The other day, when I was in the bookstore with Dad, I met a man.
        Angela: A man?
        Samantha: He's not like the boys I usually date. He's sensitive, and he's intelligent, and he's interested in my mind.
        Angela: A man?
        Samantha: Actually, he's a graduate student.
        Angela: A graduate student-man.

      • College Student: How would you describe Heathcliff?
        Bonnie: Oh, I don't read Hethcliff. I'm into Garfield.

      • Bonnie: He makes me want to run out and get a library card.
        Samantha: Bonnie, everyone here has a library card.
        Bonnie: Smart group.

      • Mona: Angela, do you know what your son is doing?
        Angela: What?
        Mona: Homework, and Sam is reading 19th century novels, and you're making those stupid paper book covers. This is no longer a home; it's a nerd farm.

      • Tony: How come you know things that are going on in my daughter's life that I don't know?
        Mona: Because she tells me things. Well, actually, she tells Bonnie on the telephone and I listen on the extension.

      • Andrew: I hate to tell you this, Tony, but this is a fake. Charlotte Bronte doesn't spell her name with a "y."
        Tony: Damn.

      • Tony: How am I gonna tell her? I hate giving her bad news.
        Mona: Well, I guess I'm lucky that way. I never had that problem with Angela. I liked giving her bad news.

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