Yes, Dear

Season 4 Episode 9

Jimmy and Chuck

Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Nov 17, 2003 on CBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Jimmy: I call Chuck Norris as my sleeping buddy.

    • Jimmy: Well, this is more like it. I'm going to be working out with Mr. Chuck Norris. I thought it was cool enough I'd be hanging out with Chuck Norris. I never dreamed he'd actually take me down to the dojo.
      Billy: I did. Only in my dream, we both ate baskets and baskets of fried clams.
      Jimmy: At the dojo?
      Billy: Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you said HoJo's.

    • Chuck: Boy, they're a handful. How about you?
      Jimmy: Yeah, I got two boys.
      Chuck: Either one of them in their 'terrible twos?'
      Jimmy: Yeah, both. Unfortunately, they're five and seven.

    • Christine: Wow, Chuck Norris. Our first date was a Chuck Norris movie. And if I remember correctly, I was wearing that loose sweater, and 20 minutes into the movie it was your hand that was missing in action.

  • Notes

    • Dawn Greenidge is credited as playing "Woman" here, while in all other episodes, she is credited as playing "Miss Martin."

    • Music: Walker, Texas Ranger theme, performed by Anthony Clark; "Little Bunny Foo Foo," performed by Mike O'Malley; "Ring Around the Rosey"

    • Aired with truncated opening credits.

    • In a bit of inspired casting, Brett Wagner is one of the announcers for the biker show to end all biker shows, Monster Garage.

    • Gena O'Kelley Norris is Chuck's current wife in real life, and Dakota and Danilee are their two-year-old twins.

    • On October 27, 2003, Good Day Live went on the set of the series during rehearsals for this episode. Jillian Barberie (who guested in "Savitsky's Tennis Club") conducted the satellite interview with Mike O'Malley, Anthony Clark and Chuck Norris. Norris mentioned that this was his first appearance ever in a sitcom, and Barberie asked where her 'husband,' Brian Doyle-Murray, was. The bulk of the episode was shot on October 29.

  • Allusions

    • Contains a spoof of the Missing in Action movie series, the main title sequence for Walker, Texas Ranger, as well as a spoof/plug for the Total Gym®, whose infomercials Chuck Norris headlines.