Yes, Dear

Season 4 Episode 11

Pimpin' Ain't Easy

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Dec 15, 2003 on CBS
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Greg makes an unhappy Kim be Mr. Savitsky's "escort" to an art gallery, but then becomes unhappy himself when Kim gains her own personal reasons for continuing the charade. Meanwhile, when Logan learns that all of his clothes once belonged to Dominic, he decides to protest hand-me-downs—by taking them off, and going around town in his tighty whities.moreless

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    Shane Edelman

    Shane Edelman

    Stewart

    Guest Star

    Roger Marks

    Roger Marks

    Hasidic Man

    Guest Star

    Butch Hansen

    Butch Hansen

    Dan (Co-worker)

    Guest Star

    Anthony Bain and Michael Bain

    Anthony Bain and Michael Bain

    Sam Warner

    Recurring Role

    Brendon Baerg

    Brendon Baerg

    Logan Hughes

    Recurring Role

    Marissa Poer

    Marissa Poer

    Emily Warner

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Greg: He could pop a viagra and be chasing her around the coffee table like a sexed up unicorn!

      • Kim: I'm probably the first woman you've gone out with in God knows how long who can hold up her end of a conversation. Right?
        Savitsky: Right.
        Kim: And you always go for bimbos. Right?
        Savitsky: Right.
        Kim: Just because we can talk intelligently about things that interest us both doesn't mean this is love.
        Savitsky: Wow, that's the best breakup speech of all time. I feel like I should give you half my stuff just for that.

      • Jimmy: Well, it's true what they say, Greg. Pimpin' ain't easy.

      • Stewart: Hey, Greg, check it out. There's a picture of Savitsky in Variety, and he's with a hooker.
        Greg: Stewart, that's my wife!
        Stewart: Oh. Well, it must be awkward. I didn't know you guys split up.
        Greg: No, I loaned her to Savitsky for the night. I mean, this was my idea.
        Stewart: Oh. Hey, can I get her for the night?

      • Kim: I met my favorite pop artist, Ed Roche, and we discussed surrealism! He even drew a sketch on my napkin—look!
        Christine: Wow. What is it?
        Kim: It's another napkin. Isn't that so surreal?!

      • Kim: Alright, alright, I'll go.
        Greg: Well, thank you, and if there's anything I can do for you, let me know. Like, if you ever need me to go out with one of the mommies in your baby group.
        Kim: Oh. You mean the divorced blonde with the tattoos you're always staring at?
        Greg: Well, I was thinking more of the brunette with the low-cut pants whose husband's always out of town, but that one'll do, too.

      • Christine: Well, she's probably wondering when you stopped being her husband and started being her pimp.
        Greg: Come on, I just arranged for him to spend some time with Kim, because she has special talents which he needs, and which will help me out financially in the long run. You calling that a pimp?
        Kim: Greg, she's not calling that a pimp. The dictionary calls that a pimp.

      • Logan: Hey! That's my red jacket! And my baseball shirt! Why is he always wearing my clothes?
        Jimmy: They're hand-me-downs, Logan.
        Christine: Yeah, they were his clothes first. You understand?
        Logan: Yeah... Hey! Dominic's wearing my shoes!
        Christine: Okay, you know what? Why don't you two go out back and play? Poor kid. Stuck with his brother's clothes and his father's brains.

      • Savitsky: Warner, you know that old joke, "Take my wife, please?"
        Greg: Yeah.
        Savitsky: Well, I need to take your wife, please.

      • Savitsky: Now whose kids are these?
        Greg: They're mine.
        Savitsky: Really? They look nothing like you. You know, you might want to do what I did, and get a DNA test.

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

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