Yes, Dear

Season 4 Episode 19

The Premiere

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Mar 22, 2004 on CBS
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The Premiere
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When Greg disobeys Mr. Savitsky's orders to go see the premiere of Kevin Smith's new film, Jimmy takes his and Kim's studio badges, and he and Christine go in their place -- which has repercussions for Greg when Jimmy, who doesn't know what Kevin looks like, tells the director to his face that his movie is terrible.moreless

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    8.5
    This episode of Yes Dear is definitely one of the bad episodes. It has a bad storyline of Jimmy and Christine using Greg and Kim's passes to get into a Hollywood premiere after Greg didn't want to go. Greg didn't know they did this until Jimmy accidentally made fun of the movie's director in the bathroom, Kevin Smith. Kevin Smith saw his name tag and saw the name was Greg Warner, and went to Savisky angrily. Greg and Jimmy told them the whole story after Jimmy told Greg and after Savisky threatened Greg's job. Jimmy(Greg) apologized to Kevin Smith and everything turned out good.moreless
Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith

Himself

Guest Star

Paul Bartholomew

Paul Bartholomew

Jenkins

Guest Star

Brian Doyle-Murray

Brian Doyle-Murray

George Savitsky

Recurring Role

Billy Gardell

Billy Gardell

Billy

Recurring Role

Phill Lewis

Phill Lewis

Roy

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    • Kevin Smith: Oh, George. I had an excellent chit-chat this morning with one of the security guards at the front gate. Smart guy. Seemed to have a lot on the ball.
      Mr. Savitsky: Yeah?
      Kevin Smith: Tall, skinny dude. Kinda looked like Ben Affleck before all the cosmetic surgery.

    • Greg: Kevin Smith. Wow. I can't believe I'm talking to you. This is quite a thrill for me. You've done so many movies that I love: Clerks, Chasing Amy, Mallrats.
      Kevin Smith: Mallrats? Dude, now I know you're kidding. Where's the camera? I'm being Punk'd, ain't I?

    • Jimmy: Uh, actually. I don't think you have time for breakfast.
      Greg: What are you talking about? I don't have to be there 'til 10:00.
      Jimmy: Yeah, you mean Greg Warner doesn't have to be there 'til 10:00. Jimmy Hughes' shift starts at 8:30.
      Greg: What?!
      Jimmy: Yeah, sorry. You should, uh, probably get a move on. You've been late to work twice already this week.

    • Greg: You want me to work as a security guard? Why don't you just get one of the other guards to cover Jimmy's shift?
      Mr. Savitsky: I could, but I'm not going to. Maybe sitting in a tiny booth breathing in car exhaust and pushing a button like an orangutan might teach you some humility. No offense, Jimmy.

    • Jimmy: I don't want to get fired.
      Greg: Jimmy, what do you think's gonna worse for you? You getting fired, or me getting fired?
      Jimmy: But I like my job.
      Greg: Let me explain something to you. When the host body dies, the parasites that feed upon it go hungry.

    • Jimmy: Look, obviously, there's been some sort of misunderstanding, but you gotta, you know, you gotta keep your emotions in check. I'm sure there's a perfectly good explanation for, for this, and when you find out what it is, it's important that you remain calm.
      Greg: What... did... you... do?
      Jimmy: Okay, okay, look, Christine and I used your badges, and we went to the premiere as you and Kim.
      Greg: What?! What?!
      Jimmy: Look, look, I'm--look, I'm sorry--I'm--I--I just thought it was a waste not to use the tickets, and so I ended up in the bathroom talking to some guy, but I didn't know he was the director! If anything, he looked like that guy with the beard from that movie, Chasing Amy.

    • Jimmy: No, no. I'm serious, man. The story is stupid, the effects are totally fake, half the camera shots you can't even tell what you're looking at. I mean, did this guy go to film school, or what?
      Kevin Smith: Well, he did, but, you know, he dropped out.
      Jimmy: Well, it shows. This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. I think Abe Lincoln had a better time in the theater than I had tonight.

    • Jenkins: Well, you should be proud. I'm tellin' ya, they're gonna give you the Oscar for this one.
      Kevin Smith: I don't know, man. Oscars? I didn't make this movie to win awards, you know? It was never meant to be more than a simple character study that aspired—who am I kidding? It's the fat man's year!

    • Christine: Jimmy, you're eating duck pâté? Do you... know what part of the duck that comes from?
      Jimmy: Well, as long as it's not feet, beak or butt, I'm okay.

    • Christine: Have fun at the pool party.
      Kim: Thanks. What are you guys up to tonight?
      Christine: Just gonna go to dinner with some friends.
      Kim: Oh, yeah? Where you going?
      Christine: P.F. Chang's.
      Jimmy: (simultaneous) Hooters.
      Christine: P.F. Chang-Hooter's. It's, um, a new hybrid restaurant.
      Jimmy: Yeah, there's no MSG in the food, and there's no silicone in the waitresses.

    • Jimmy: Alright, now that we're going to be pretending to be Greg and Kim on Saturday night, we should probably get a little practice pretending to be them tonight.
      Christine: What, like going to bed without doing it?

    • Greg: Hey, do we have plans this Saturday?
      Kim: Uh, yeah, my friend, Tracy, is having a pool party. I was kinda hoping we could go.
      Greg: Oh, yeah? Good. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
      Kim: Really? I thought you hated my friend, Tracy.
      Greg: I do, but so does her husband, so we have a lot of things to talk about.

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