Who's the Boss?

Season 5 Episode 9

Teacher's Pet

Aired Unknown Jan 03, 1989 on ABC
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Teacher's Pet
Mason should run a seminar at the college, which also Tony attends. Because Mason is quite nervous Tony and Angela give him some hints: among these is also the tip that he should concentrate on one person. And Mason has choosen this one person: Tony.

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    • QUOTES (12)

      • Angela: You think she's cute?
        Tony: Only in that perky, incredibly healthy eighteen-year-old kind of way.

      • Tony: Sure you can handle it. You're young, you're bright...you're young. You sure you can handle this?
        Angela: Of course he can handle it. You know, Mozart started composing by age five, and Charlotte Bronte wrote twenty-two novels by age thirteen.
        Mason: Boy, I'm really behind.

      • Angela: Mason, don't be embarrassed. Fainting is just your body's way of saying it's time to lie down.

      • Mason: Oh, don't say snakes, Mr. Micelli, they give me the creeps. They're so long and slithery. I don't know, it's probably Freudian.
        Tony: Hey, Siggy, lighten up with the neurosis stuff.

      • Angela: It helps to visualize the audience naked.
        Tony: Naked?!
        Angela: Yeah. That's what I do every time I have to give a speech. See, it's hard to be intimidated by people when they're in their birthday suits.
        Tony: Totally naked?
        Mason: Actually, I can see the psychological validity of that technique.
        Tony: The men too?

      • Tony: You know last month when you gave that speech at the ad club and I was sitting in the front row? Did you happen to use your visualization trick?
        Angela: Let's just say I could have talked all night.

      • Tony: That little squirt is driving me nuts!
        Jonathan: Now what did I do?

      • Angela: That is right, Mother, some people still believe in hard work and traditional values.
        Mona: Sure--Tony, and a gang of Quakers.

      • Tony: Look, Mona, what do you do when somebody sees you as perfect?
        Mona: I make 'em buy me things.

      • Jonathan: I had a problem like that when Jeannie Gordann had this major crush on me. (everyone stares at him) It could happen!

      • Mona: If you want Mason to think you're not brilliant, write a lousy paper.
        Tony: No way, Mona, I'm not writing a lousy paper. I just spent two weeks writing a good paper.
        Samantha: Oh, but Dad, a lousy paper only takes ten, fifteen minutes. Trust me, I know.

      • Angela: She's obviously using him.
        Tony: Yeah, if he's lucky.

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