Yes, Dear

Season 4 Episode 18

The Owner's Suite

Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Mar 01, 2004 on CBS
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The Owner's Suite
Greg's invitation to his parents and Kim to attend an L.A. Lakers game in the owner's suite doesn't pan out the way he wanted.

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    Jeanie Buss

    Jeanie Buss


    Guest Star

    Gray Davis

    Gray Davis


    Guest Star

    Vicki Lawrence

    Vicki Lawrence

    Natalie Warner

    Recurring Role

    Tim Conway

    Tim Conway

    Tom Warner

    Recurring Role

    Brian Doyle-Murray

    Brian Doyle-Murray

    George Savitsky

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (11)

      • Greg: Wait a minute, Jimmy. The game is tomorrow night. It's gonna cost your father thousands for the plane ticket. He can't afford that.
        Jimmy: Oh, you're right. My dad could never get the cash together that quick. You know, like he always says, "Insurance fraud is good money, but not quick money."
        Natalie: Well, he can use our frequent-flyer miles!
        Greg: Mom, you said we could use those miles to come visit you this spring.
        Natalie: Oh, Greg, you've got money. Please. Every time we come here, you've got brand-new oven mitts.

      • Kim: Well, they're not the most outwardly emotional people to begin with. And now they're totally jet-lagged. Did you expect them to jump and down and give you a big bear hug?
        Greg: I don't know. Something.
        Christine: Well, maybe they don't like basketball.
        Greg: I mean, we're gonna watch the game from the owner's suite. There's gonna be some very big people there.
        Christine: Well, maybe they don't like important people.
        Greg: It's not about that, Christine. It's about me, and them seeing all that I've achieved.
        Christine: Oh... Maybe they don't like you.

      • Kim: Do you really think it's worth flying your parents all the way across the country for a basketball game? I mean, last-minute plane tickets cost a fortune.
        Greg: We've got the money. We can afford it.
        Kim: Oh, this we can afford, but you jump down my throat for buying new oven mitts.
        Greg: Yeah, it's because you buy new oven mitts every couple of months.
        Kim: They get brown spots on 'em.
        Greg: Well, so does my grandmother, but we don't throw her away.

      • Jimmy: Aw, man, I hope someday I can surprise my parents with something like that. You know, something that says that I've arrived.
        Greg: Yeah, well, Jimmy, before you arrive, you... kinda have to leave.

      • Kim: Hey, how was your day?
        Greg: Excellent. Savitsky said he wants to begin grooming me.
        Christine: Oh, well, that seems about right. I mean, the way he rides you all day, it seems only fair that he'd give you a little hosing and a brush-down.

      • Greg: Big Jimmy, that's -- that's my mom.
        Big Jimmy: Get out of here! You're much too young and pretty to be Greg's mama. It just doesn't seem right.
        Tom: I'm Tom, Greg's dad.
        Big Jimmy: That seems right.

      • Big Jimmy: Nice meeting you. Don't I know you from someplace?
        Jeanie Buss: Well, um, my father, Dr. Jerry Buss, owns the team, so maybe you've seen our picture somewhere.
        Big Jimmy: No.
        Jimmy: Uh, Dad, well, she goes out with Phil Jackson, the coach of the Lakers. You've probably seen them on TV.
        Big Jimmy: No.
        Jeanie Buss: Well... a couple years ago, I posed in Playboy.
        Big Jimmy: No, I don't read those kind of magazines. You ever work in a Dairy Queen in Lynchburg, Virginia?
        Jeanie Buss: No. You know me from Playboy, don't you?
        Big Jimmy: Head to toe!

      • Christine: Natalie... is that Tom running around crazy on the court?
        Natalie: Mm-hmm.
        Kim: You didn't even look.
        Natalie: I don't have to.

      • Vicki Lawrence: So, how do you think he did?
        Tim Conway: Oh, the audience really loved him.
        Vicki Lawrence: Yeah, they did.
        Tim Conway: Yeah, you know something? For an amateur, he was really very, very good.
        Vicki Lawrence: Amateur? He's been in front of the cameras for a long time. He is very comfortable.
        Tim Conway: Well, you really can't say what he does is acting. You know?
        Vicki Lawrence: No, I guess not.
        Tim Conway: Yeah. Shh! Here he comes!
        Jerry Van Dyke: Hi, guys.
        Vicki Lawrence: Jerry.
        Tim Conway: (simultaneous) Jerry. How you doing?
        Jerry Van Dyke: Good job tonight.
        Tim Conway: Right.

      • Jimmy: Hey, Gray, I want you to know that I voted for the recall.
        Gray Davis: Well, that means you voted against me.
        Jimmy: No. No, no, no, no, no. If you voted for the recall, that means that you voted--
        (Gray Davis shakes head)
        Jimmy: Aw, man. I'm sorry. You didn't lose by one, did you?
        Gray Davis: No. It was more than one.
        Mr. Savitsky: Well, the ballot was confusing. There were so many names on it. I ended up voting for Webster or somebody—sorry. You didn't lose by two, did you?
        Gray Davis: No. It was more than two... More than two.

      • Big Jimmy: I've never shaken hands with the governor!
        Gray Davis: Well, actually, I'm not the governor anymore.
        Big Jimmy: That's what I said. I've never shaken hands with the governor.

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