Who's the Boss?

Season 7 Episode 18

Tony and Angela Get Divorced

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Aired Unknown Feb 12, 1991 on ABC
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Tony and Angela Get Divorced
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Tony and Angela are audited by an IRS agent after Angela's accountant is imprisoned. The auditor suspects that Tony and Angela are more than just employer and employee, and alleges that they may inadvertently be married already.

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      • Angela: Tony, the tax returns are very complicated.
        Tony: No they're not, Angela. I've done my taxes every year by myself, and every year I get a refund. Last year; $84.50. Payed for my bowling shoe rental for a whole year, with odor eaters.

      • Ms. Foster: And where does he sleep?
        Angela: What?
        Tony: Huh?
        Ms. Foster: I just wondered if Tony had his own bedroom.
        Tony: Well, yes, Tony has his own bedroom. Where did you think Tony slept?
        Angela: And what does that have to do with our taxes?
        Ms. Foster: Oh, this is never easy for me to say. Well, how much you owe the government really depends on whether or not the two of you are...intimate.
        Angela: They even put a tax on that?
        Tony: No wonder Mona's always broke!

      • Ms. Foster: It's just that I'm finding dozens of receipts for gifts of a rather personal and intimate nature that you bought for each other.
        Angela: Well, all that can be very easily explained.
        Ms. Foster: Uh-huh, uh-huh, like this one for Mr. Micelli from Pretty In Pink Lingerie for one black teddy?
        Tony: Well, I had to replace the one that I ripped.

      • Angela: Mother, come here. Would you do us a favor? Will you please tell this lady that Tony and I are not married?
        Mona: Well, let's examine the facts. They've been together a long time, they squabble like a couple, and they never have sex. Sounds married to me.

      • Ms. Foster: That may be true, but when you check into a motel as Mr. and Mrs. in a common law state like South Carolina, you can be considered legally married.
        Tony: You mean I didn't have to sleep on the floor?

      • Tony: Now, how do you prove you're not something? They don't give out not-married certificates. They don't say "With this ring, I don't thee wed." And the organist doesn't play "Here Don't Come The Bride!"

      • Ben: Guys, would you cheer up, please? It could be worse. If you transported sheep across the state line, you could be lynched.
        Tony: Yeah, at least I wouldn't be married to 'em!
        Angela: Thank you. Thank you a lot.

      • Angela: We've got to do something.
        Tony: Like what?
        Angela: Well, you're the husband, make a decision.

      • Samantha: Oh, look, what a cute couple. And they said it would never last.
        Mona: Actually, they said it would never happen.

      • Mona: Here's a little something for my daughter and my son-in-law for their second honeymoon!
        Tony: Mona, what is this?
        Mona: You've got it upside down.
        Tony: Ohhhhh, Mona!!
        Billy: What is it?
        Tony: It's a hat.
        Billy: Can I wear it?
        Tony and Angela: No!

      • Mona: Okay, here's the plan. I'm going to take the kids to a movie--double feature. Let nature take it's course. Wink wink wink wink!
        Angela: Mother.
        Mona: Oh, come on, you're legally married now. Even the federal government wants you to do it. Look, if you don't want to do it for yourself, do it for your country.

      • Ms. Foster: You know, for unmarried people, you sure do a lot of married things.
        Mona: Except the important one.

      • Tony: Look, your Honor, when I marry Ang--uh...an appropriate person, I don't want it to be because I signed in some place as Mr. and Mrs. I want it to be because I love her and I cherish her and I want to spend the rest of my life with her.

      • Tony: Hey, now that you're single...you free for dinner?
        Angela: Maybe. But I should warn you; I don't kiss on the first date.
        Tony: We'll see.

      • Angela: Well, we're married.
        Tony: Yeah, and for my honeymoon I'm going to jail! (sobs)

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