Once again, although playing a series regular now, John Cleese is not actually credited at the end of the episode.
In this episode Janet gets a job at Ann Taylor. Geena Davis actually worked there as a window mannequin when she was living in New York trying to start her career.
Karen: Lorraine Finster! You murdering bitch! You've got a lot of balls showing up here.
Lorraine: No, I don't. My parents had them removed when they decided to raise me as a girl.
Lyle: Every mouth that I kiss will be your mouth. Every bottom that I slap will be your bottom. Every nipple that I tweak--
Grace: Please, one of us has to go!
Karen (to Lyle): Get out.
Lyle: Very well. But know this, every vagina--
Grace: GET OUT!!
Karen: I have searched the far corners of the globe for you. Where the hell have you been hiding?
Lorraine: I've been in the chorus "Taboo", the Boy George musical.
This is the second and final episode to be rated 15 in The U.K. The first episode was season 4 episode "Hocus Focus."
Ratings: 9.6/14, 14.95 million viewers. Ranked #13 for the week (#11 if football presentations are discounted).
Karen: Say it, don't spray it, Saliva Doolittle.
This is a take on the lead character, Eliza Doolittle, from the musical My Fair Lady.
Karen: (to Lyle) Get lost, David Cop-a-feel.
This is a reference to the book David Copperfield, written by Charles Dickens.
Episode Title: The Accidental Tsuris
This is a reference to the 1988 film "The Accidental Tourist," for which Geena Davis (starring in this episode) won an Academy award for Best Supporting Actress.
No results found.
User Score: 3323
User Score: 1009
User Score: 842
User Score: 527
User Score: 263
User Score: 228
User Score: 199
User Score: 195
User Score: 108
User Score: 108
User Score: 106
User Score: 97
User Score: 87
User Score: 82
User Score: 75
User Score: 72
User Score: 67
User Score: 57
User Score: 52
User Score: 51