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Title: It’s Not That Complicated
Original Air Date July 28, 2010
Carl Reiner: Max
Davis Starcyk: Pete
Bill Dwyers: Anders
Tim Conway: Nick
Nicole Randall Johnson: Eleanor
Samantha Martin: Jenna
* Joy: That’s a lot of boobage for your daughter’s play.
Elka: Nice girls keep their cookies in a jar.
Synopsis: Melanie goes to visit her daughter and watch her in a play. While there she runs into her ex-husband Anders and they reconnect. Elka goes to a dance with Max, but has a few polkas with Nick. Nick shows up at the house and tells Elka he wants to be with her. She explains she’s with Max and it can never be. Melanie gets a text from Anders, he wants to see her. She is uncertain and tells him she needs time. He texts backs asking if can use the bathroom while he waits and rings the door bell. He asks Joy and Victoria what to do as he is back with his fiancé Kim……
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Title: You Do It To Yourself
Original Air Date: December 6, 2012
Adam Rothenberg: Liam Danow
Kristy Wu: Jun Annunzio
Cameron Scoggins: Brendan O’Brien
Lord Jamar: Raul Ramirez
Richard Topol: Trent Annunzio
Randall Duk Kim: Old Man
Kevin Henderson: N.D. Detective
Ande Mang: Young Boy (as Andy Royce)
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Amazon Elementary: Season 1
* Sherlock: Watson, you should know by now that boredom is a greater danger to my health than any fever.
* Sherlock: I just thought you might want all the facts at your disposal.
Joan: What for?
Sherlock: Well it’s rather difficult to give up on someone completely.
* Captain Gregson: Thank God for stupid people.
* Joan (to Liam): You’re not supposed to get clean for me, you’re supposed to do it for yourself.
Synopsis: A guy in a ski mask fires a gun. At the brownstone Joan is worried about Sherlock, who has a fever. He gets a text from Det. Bell about a dead body. At the scene the eyes have been shot at point blank range. However, this is not the murder scene, just where the body was dumped. Sherlock examines the body. He deduces he was a professor of east Asian studies who had recently been to Thailand. He also says that he’s a professor at Garrison and then pulls up a photo on his phone, identifying the dead man. The team visit the professor’s wife. During the visit Joan gets a call from Liam. The last time his wife saw him was the previous morning. Outside, Joan informs them she’s heading to Riker’s. One of her previous clients is in trouble. Sherlock and Bell go to the college and meet with Trent’s TA. The TA tells them that he left at 5:30pm there was no meeting as Trent’s wife had told them. They are shown to his office, but aren’t impressed by the space. Sherlock says that the previous evening Trent was at a Chinese gambling establishment. It was all the 13’s. Fourteen is an unlucky number in Chinese gambling. Bell finds mahjong tiles. They are membership cards to underground casinos. Sherlock is shocked that Bell knows something he doesn’t. Joan is at Riker’s visiting Liam. He’s accused of hit and run, but does not feel he did it. His car was at the scene, but he thinks he left the keys in the car. He asks for a favor and she turns him down. They all meet up in Chinatown. They have already visited the first two parlors and are now at the third. They attempt to interview the people there. No one will speak English to Bell. Sherlock points out that there is bleach on the floor, but that the janitor is actually the owner. He states that he was sanitizing vomit. However, Sherlock believes its a shooting. He then points out a surveillance camera disguised as a smoke detector. They watch the footage of the murder. Sherlock then asks to see the other video that has the shooters face, as he would not be able to come into the club in a ski mask. At the station Sherlock is going through the mug shots. Joan gives Sherlock a special tea that her mother gave her when she was a child. Sherlock is not thrilled with the tea as he wanted coffee. But he’s been busy while she was gone. He found the file on Liam. Joan is not happy. He tells her he has not opened the file, it is simply for her to have all the facts. Bell comes in, he has found the murderer. As they leave to go see the suspect, Joan picks up the folder. As they interview the suspect he tries to strike a deal. He wants to flip on the person who hired him. He speaks of an envelope left at his door with $1000 in cash. He then gets a call offering him an additional $9000 to kill Trent by shooting him in each eye. He admits that he killed the man a day earlier than he was supposed to. His story does check out, but the calls and texts are to a burner phone. Joan notices something in the photo that Sherlock missed, a reflection in a window. It’s a photograph of a photograph. The photograph was taken in Trent’s office. Sherlock suspects the TA. They go to his house to question him. They believe his motive is that Trent sabotaged him getting a job. The officers searching his apartment find the burner phone. But he claims to have never seen it before. Sherlock does not believe that Brent did it. At the brownstone Sherlock is reviewing the footage and still something feels off to him. Sherlock has some of Brendan’s records. He’s downloaded a lot of bad songs. Joan brings up Liam. The pictures in the files show a pretty bad accident, but Liam did not have a scratch on him. Sherlock points out that nothing was missing or stripped from the car. However, Joan notices that something she gave him is missing. Sherlock asks how long she had been working with him when she started sleeping with him. She doesn’t address it. Sherlock gets a flash. Back at the dead man’s house, the cds are all the music that Mr. O’Brien had purchased. Sherlock accuses Trent’s wife of planting the burner phone at this apartment. Jun shows Bell a manual that her husband used to abuse her. She admits that Trent never married her, he just said they were married. He used that to keep her in check. She then tells the story of how she met Brendan. She tries to show them the videos of the abuse but they have been deleted. Joan is at Rikers with her old client. She has him look at the photos of the crime scene. He notices that the keychain is gone. Joan arrives back at the brownstone to find Sherlock and a deconstructed computer. He’s done so because he believes Jun was abused. He no longer believes she did it. He feels guilty because now she might be permanently separated from her daughter. He asks Joan to make him some more tea. Joan tells him she found the missing pendant and they captured the actual culprit. She tells Sherlock that Liam was never a client, he was only a boyfriend who became an ex. Rehab only served as a temporary band aid. Her experience with him is what led her to be a companion. The autopsy on Trent comes back. It had two Chinese herbs for eye pain. Joan speaks of a photo in his office with his students. They all had red eye, but he did not. He had cancer in his eyes. This specific type is not treatable. He believes that Trent arranged his own death and the set up to get revenge on his wife for finding someone else. Sherlock believes that both are innocent. And Jun is with ICE, they have started deportation proceedings against her. Back at the brownstone, in Joan’s bathroom, Sherlock is reanalyzing everything. Joan notices how close Ramirez lives to Brendan. This leads Sherlock to search for a sex offender registry. However, the search shows that Ramirez was the second closet. But the closest lives in O’Brian’s building. Joan is back at Riker’s with Liam. He thanks her and tells her he wants to get clean for her. She has a friend at a clinic who can help. Back at the station Sherlock and Gregson explain to Jun what actually happened. Bell and Brandon enter the room. Gregson explains that if she gets married today then ICE can’t deport her. He’s already arranged everything. Joan is waiting at the clinic for Liam to show and Sherlock comes down. He stays with her to wait, even though she tells him he doesn’t have to, but Liam never shows.
Title: The Man on Death Row
Original Air Date: November 22, 2005
Rachelle Lefevre: Amy Morton
Michael Mantell: Larry Carlyle
Jeffrey Nordling: David Ross
David Starzyk: Ken Wright
Joan McMurtrey: Mary Wright
Heavy D: Sid Shapiro (as Heavy D.)
Heath Freeman: Howard Epps
Michael Rothhaar: Judge Cohen
Marcus Ashley: Troy Pruit
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* Hodgins: He’s weird, but he’s smart.
* Bones: I believe in the death penalty.
Bones: There’s certain people that shouldn’t be in this world. The people who hacked hundreds of innocent children to death in Rwanda. Beheaded them at their desks at school. The people who did that, they should be executed.
* Bones: Are you kidding me? I haven’t slept in over 48 hours and you’re worried about your suit? Get over here!
* Bones: These women, they deserve to be heard. It’s what we do Booth.
* Bones: Maybe I shouldn’t carry a gun after all.
Booth: Hell, you can have mine.
Synopsis: Bones makes an official request to the FBI to carry a firearm. Booth then denies it. Amy, the lawyer for Howard Epps, comes to Booth to ask for help on his case. Booth visits Epps in jail. Epps tries to play him, but Booth doesn’t fall for it. At the lab Hodgins and Zack are playing with bugs and Bones receives a skeleton. Booth enters and then asks Bones to look into the case with him. He’ll have all the evidence in the lab within an hour. She’s got 30 hours and 23 minutes for her determination. Bones goes over the x-rays. She sends Zack to the park to photograph it. Zack is at the park taking pictures and notices a parking space marked “221” and a Picnic area sign marked “10.” Angela comes back to the lab and is not happy, even when Hodgins informs her its pro bono work on a case. Bones told her she needs a textural analysis. And explains its about a man on death row with 20-some hours left before being executed. Zack calls Hodgins and tells him the number wasn’t a phone number. Bones finds a shard of bone and Hodgins finds quartz. Zack arrives back and demonstrates the numbers were actually directions on how to get to a parking space in the park. They discover gravel and conclude that the victim was killed elsewhere and dumped at the park. Bones talks to the family and their lawyer. He deduces that the victim was meeting him for sex. When he questions Mr. Ross, he requests a lawyer. Booth gets called on the carpet by the FBI director. He explains that he needs to be sure before the killer is executed. He lets him, but warns him he’s on thin ice. Dr. Brennan wakes up a judge at 1am to request the body be exhumed. The exhumed body arrives at the lab. The shards aren’t bone, it confirms she wasn’t killed there only dumped there. The pubic hair that was excluded from the trial is a match to her boyfriend. They go back to the judge to try and get stay of execution to complete the investigation. It’s denied as their is no valid legal reason to grant it. Bones goes back to the lab to keep working. They keep going over the evidence. Hodgins identifies some pollen. It attached to the murder weapon and embedded when the victim was attacked. Hodgins says it is only found along Chesapeake Bay. There was also chemicals. The victim was killed in a marsh by a chemical plant. Booth interviews Mr. Ross. He finally admits that they slept together but she ran off. He looked for her until 1am and then gave up and left. Booth and Bones meet with the director to request dogs, metal detectors and manpower. He’s not happy but he approves the request. The team narrows down the search area. They find the tire iron, but they also find two bodies. Per Bones the bodies have been dead for at least five years. However, finding the bodies triggers a stay of execution. Back at the prison they all meet with Epps. He disgusts them all. Epps grabs Brennan’s hand and she breaks his wrist in self defense.
Kinsey is hired by 23 year old Bobby Callahan to solve his attempted murder. Bobby is lucky to be alive. He was driving his Porsche over a bridge when someone rammed into him causing he and his car to fly off the bridge and plummet down a canyon. He’s unable to provide her any solid leads or clues because he suffered serious physical and brain injury and can’t really remember much of anything of the months leading up to the crash.
Bobby does remember he had a red address book he gave to someone for safekeeping, but no idea who he gave it to. He also gives her the name “Blackman.” Three days into the case Kinsey learns that Bobby has been killed in car accident.
Even though her client is now dead, Kinsey keeps working the case.
What did Bobby know that got him killed? Does Kinsey solve the puzzle and get justice for Bobby?
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Show: The Curse of Oak Island
Title: The Hole Truth
Original Air Date: November 10, 2015
Synopsis: Four months earlier… We get a recap of the previous season, with the dive going bad and the mapping of the underground cavern with sonar.
Marty’s goal this year is to address the swamp, the money it and 10X. They plan to send a diver to the cavern, but they have to clear out the rusted pipes first so divers can pass. The brothers suit up to gown down the shaft and remove debris. The metal casing has rusted from the salt water over the last 40 years. The pipe they plan to remove must be secured by a rope, so that as they cut it doesn’t fall down in the shaft. Rick starts to climb out of the basket and Dave hollers at him to get back in the basket. With the pipe now tied to the platform, Rick gets back in the basket. The pipe cut is complete and the brothers are brought back up. The hook the pipe up to the crane and pull up the riser pipe. A new day and they meet with the Leonard brothers. Dan joins them. They use nuclear magnetic resonance. They show the map to the team. Blue lines are tunnels that are not flooded, green are tunnels that are. The map also shows old wood, bronze, silver, gold, rubies, ivory, and diamonds. Marty wants to believe it, but remains skeptical. Dan drilled over 100 tunnels and many did have voids. He used a method called “dousing” to find them. The map has areas that are consistent with Dan’s dousing. They go out with Jack and Charles to check out a point that comes up as gold at 108 feet. At the location they do a resistivity test. So far the test is coming up empty. The final test does show a tunnel. The whole team comes out to the spot. The spot is marked with a white pole. They will search it once they get the right equipment. Back to 10X we go. They have the sonar techs again. This camera device can go to a depth of 1000 feet. At 181 feet there is a lot of debris. They are able to get it into the chamber. It gets to the bottom and there are items at the bottom that are glinting and appear to be gold. A meeting in the war room takes place. The shaft has to be checked for stability and cleared of debris. They are told the shaft structure is in great shape. The results of the sonar scan from last season are back. They are able to see a 3D picture of the bottom of the shaft, the chamber. It also shows two wooden posts. There is also another shape that is about 2 x 3 feet and is box shaped. The body also shows up and is headless. Dan believes they may have taken off his head. It’s where they pulled all the chain up and he believes they broke it and it was attached to the dead person. Now they want to figure out how to get down there, safely.
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Show: The Golden Girls
Title: The Competition
Original Air Date: November 2, 1985
Ralph Manza: Augustine Bagatelli
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* Rose: Oh Sophia that smells heavenly. Is it Chef Boyardee?
Sophia: Stick it in my heart Rose, it will hurt less.
* Sophia: If this sauce was a person I’d get naked and make love to it.
* Blanche: Well what do you know? Sophia has a past.
Sophia: That’s right, but unlike yours I didn’t need penicillin to get through it.
* Rose: Italian men are so romantic.
Dorothy: It’s the tight pants.
* Rose: I admit it. I have a problem. I’m too competitive when it comes to athletics.
* Dorothy: Rose, get professional help.
* Blanche: Come on partner let’s go get even.
Dorothy: Oh please, Blanche I’m 55 and Rose has 6 brothers.
* Blanche: You are wearing my bowling outfit.
Rose: Oh, I do believe you are right. Oh don’t worry about it honey, no one will notice. It looks so different on a woman with a full bosom.
* Blanche: Don’t you throw your bosom in my face!
* Dorothy: No one calls her Ma except me. You got that? Have I made myself clear?
* Dorothy: If you don’t feel like bowling you don’t have to. Just hold onto the ball and I’ll throw you down the lane.
Synopsis: Sophia is cooking and singing in the kitchen. She’s making spaghetti sauce. Both Dorothy and Rose come into the kitchen to rave over how good the sauce smell. Blanche enters and shows off her new bowling ball. She tells them about the bowling tournament. Blanche plays for fun, but Rose wants to win. Dorothy thinks about joining the tournament. Sophia says she had a 180 average. Dorothy asks Sophia to team up with her for the bowling tournament. Sophia declines as a boy from her village, who she was engaged to, Augustine Bagatelli. Sophia lost contact with him after the war. It’s the day of Augustine’s arrive. Sophia is dressed like a widow in morning, she wants him to know she’s available. He arrives and Dorothy excuses herself. They discuss their deceased spouses. They go for a walk. Dorothy asks Rose who her teammate is for bowling. Before she answer Blanche walks in upset that Rose dumped her as a partner and now Rose and Dorothy are partners. Dorothy is also upset. Dorothy doesn’t want to be her partner. But Rose announces she has partnered with one of the twins. Rose is not happy. Dorothy finally relents and agrees to be Rose’s partner. Out on the lanai Dorothy is working on plants. Sophia comes in. She’s having a fun time with Augustine. Sophia tells Dorothy that Augustine wants her to go a festival in Sicily with him. Dorothy protests. Sophia asks to borrow the $1200 for airfare and Dorothy says no. Sophia spills the beans that Rose is now dumping Dorothy as her bowling partner. She is going to partner with the other twin. Blanche storms back out to the lanai and announces the twins have teamed back up again. Dorothy dumps Rose as her partner and teams up with Blanche. Sophia volunteers to be Rose’s partner. Dorothy and Blanche are getting in extra practice and Blanche is not happy. Dorothy spurs her on by reminding her Rose dumped her. As they leave for practice Sophia and Rose come back. Sophia challenges Dorothy to a side bet. If Sophia and Rose win Sophia gets the airfare for Sicily. If Dorothy and Blanche win Dorothy gets the antique earrings she loves. It’s the day of the tournament. The girls are bowling against each other on Lane 7. Sophia and Rose copied Blanche’s bowling shirt, and she is incensed. Blanche confronts Rose, but just gets her bosom insulted. Rose refers to Sophia as Ma and riles Dorothy as well. Sophia bowls, and the ball goes down the lane at a snails pace, she gets a strike. As the tournament continues Rose gets upset because she missed three pins. Sophia informs her they have a chance to win the tournament. Rose informs Dorothy that Blanche always chokes in the last frame. As Blanche prepares to bowl, she has a meltdown. Dorothy does not tolerate it. She threatens to throw Blanche and her ball down the lane. Blanche gutter balls. Rose ticks Blanche off again and she gets 2 pins in the second half of the frame. As Dorothy prepares to bowl her final frame Augustine shows up. Dorothy thought she had a strike but left the 9 pin. They share a memory, their first kiss. Dorothy misses the spare and Rose and Sophia win the tournament. Sophia gets to go to Sicily with Dorothy’s blessing. Back at the house Sophia has returned from Sicily. She tells of going to see her friend, who died that morning. Sophia had a great time. She gives Dorothy the antique earrings. She knows Dorothy blew the spare on purpose. Rose comes in but no one is talking to her. She tells them she had all their names engraved on the trophy. However, Rose’s name is three times bigger on the trophy.
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Title: The Long Fuse
Original Air Date: November 29, 2012
Lisa Edelstein: Heather Vanowen
John Pankow: Edgar Knowles
Ato Essandoh: Alfredo Llamosa
Donnie Keshawarz: Earl Wheeler
Adam Mucci: Rennie James
Deepa Purohit: Himali Singh
Rufus Collins: Adrian
Dan Bittner: David Preston
Charles Socarides: Royce Maltz
Vedant Gokhale: Pradeep Singh
Steve Cirbus: Bomb Squad Tech
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* Joan: Don’t you ever get tired of this memory game? You do it every morning.
* Sherlock: I don’t need a sponsor I have you.
* Joan: You think I don’t know there’s no right answer to that question.
* Bell: Why am I not surprised you’d take credit for every bombing except the one that kills two people?
* Joan: Well, if he didn’t build it then who did?
Sherlock: I haven’t the foggiest.
* Sherlock: You want sex?
Heather: Excuse me?
Sherlock: I’m not averse Ms. Vanowen, just busy. Perhaps we could set an appointment.
* Bell: Now we just gotta find a VCR, in 2012.
Sherlock: Have you not been to my home yet? I maintain several VCRs.
Synopsis: Joan is not amused by Sherlock’s morning memory game. She wants Sherlock to get a sponsor. Sherlock is dead set against the idea. In an office some web designers hear a weird beeping. Inside the air conditioning vent is a bomb and it explodes. The Captain tells Bell, Sherlock and Joan about the bomb at the scene. It went off in the southeast corner of the office. It left two dead and eleven injured. Sherlock muses that with Joan only having two weeks left she’ll be rid of the gore of crime scenes. Sherlock finds packing paper from the pipe bomb. It was newspaper and therefore homemade. He also finds a pager’s mother board. He believes it’s the bombs detonator. Joan takes Sherlock to meet a possible sponsor. His name is Adrian and he works for the SEC. But Sherlock is unimpressed and storms out of the restaurant. The Captain calls Sherlock and confirms that the pager was the bomb detonator. They could not track an owner but a number that called it three times. He’s a plumber, who’s also a convicted arsonist. He is in the interrogation room at the precinct. He states that he was trying to call Miracle Deli. Sherlock calls the number the man said he tried to call and gets the deli. Sherlock does not believe that this man could build the bomb. In the conference room they go over the bomb pieces. Sherlock points out the battery is at least four years old because the logo is missing the oak tree. The newspaper is from 2008. Sherlock concludes the bomb is at least four years old. Sherlock and Joan go to visit a firm that use to be located in that office. He believes this company was the intended target. Heather Vanowen is shocked. He points out that there were no towers in proximity for that pager, so it could not go off. However, recently a tower was erected three blocks away, making it possible for the pager to receive a call. She tells them about the Earth Liberty Militia, an eco-terrorist group, that had sent them threatening letters around that time. Her CFO leaves to get the letters, all 7 of them. And Sherlock gives her the solution to a clue in her crossword puzzle. The duo are now at an AA meeting, but Sherlock is more interested in the ELM letters. Alfredo speaks to the group. Sherlock decides he wants Alfredo to be his sponsor. Joan looks shocked. Back at the brownstone Sherlock is stuck on a phrase “on your beam ends.” It’s familiar but he can’t place it. He announces that he has solved “on your beam ends.” He goes up to his TV memory set and points at one. It was a talk show on international whaling laws. The winner is Edgar Knowles. They bring him into the precinct. He denies everything. Sherlock appears with an elevator button. He had his print lifted. The print matches the letters and ELM bombs. He admits to bombing the lumber mill and writing the letters, but he says he did not follow up on them. He also states that he uses nitrogen bombs. At the brownstone Sherlock is blowing up tennis balls. He is using tennis balls to determine the chemicals used in the pipe bomb. The bomb that went off did not use the same ingredients as Knowles. Instead it was made with chemicals, while he used fertilizer. At the precinct Sherlock is putting the pieces of the newspaper, used as packing material in the bomb, back together. He shows Gregson that there is writing indented. The word he found is Novocain. Per Sherlock the handwriting does not match Knowles. He wants to go through the Vanowen personnel files to see if there is a disgruntled employee who may be the bomber. Gregson won’t help, he’s going to have to ask Vanowen himself. Joan and Alfredo are at the restaurant waiting on Sherlock. He informs Joan via text that he we will need to reschedule. Alfredo tells her she needs to be patient. He’s excited about sponsoring Sherlock. At Vanowen Heather discusses crosswords with Sherlock. She makes a blatant pass at him utilizing crossword puzzles. He compliments her and engages. She’s rather shocked and Joan walks in. He apologizes about missing the appointment. Joan does not make a big deal stating that it can be rescheduled. Sherlock looks a tad surprised and then storms into Heather’s office regarding Pradeep Singh. He finds his promotion track strange. But nothing more came of it as he disappeared. Sherlock and Joan go to visit Mrs. Singh. She believes her husband is dead. Sherlock notices an oddity in the wall, but Mrs. Singh says nothing has been done. Joan and Mrs. Singh go in the back yard while Sherlock examines the wall. He enters the back yard and snags Joan. He confirms that Pradeep is dead, he removed a section of the wall and found his body. At the police station Mrs. Singh is cleared, she was out of the country during the murder. Sherlock no longer thinks Pradeep made the bomb, as it was placed right over his desk. He thinks Pradeep was supposed to be the victim. The key found on Pradeep’s body is for a safe deposit box. The box holds a VHS tape. They go to Sherlock’s to view the tape. The sponsor comes back up. But now Sherlock doesn’t want Alfredo. Joan thinks he doesn’t want her to leave. The video is of Pradeep and a prostitute, who happens to be Heather Vanowen. Based on the video Sherlock thinks Heather is the bomber. They bring her into the station and show her the tape. Pradeep was using the video to blackmail her. Sherlock posits that she built the pipe bomb so ELM could take the blame. But when the bomb didn’t go off she just shot him with a gun and then used the contracting skills she learned from her father to put him in a wall in his own home. Sherlock nails her with the crossword clue imprinted on the bomb packing. Bell arrests her. At the brownstone, Alfredo arrives. He’s got a challenge for him: break the alarm on a brand new Ferrari.
Show: The Nanny
Title: The Butler, the Husband, the Wife and Her Mother
Original Air Date: December 8, 1993
Renée Taylor: Sylvia Fine
Nancy Frangione: Marsha
Ian Abercrombie: Butler Inspector #1
Brian George: Butler Inspector #2
Zack Norman: Uncle Jack
Adam Hendershott: Kevin
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* Fran: Well to each his own, unless Duchess was a sheep dog.
* Fran: There’s a chance I’ll fall off the chair, but you don’t see me wearing a seat belt.
* Uncle Jack: You caught a husband.
Marsha: Thank God you’re not an old maid anymore.
* Niles: This is a big favor you’re asking.
Fran: So is keeping my mouth shut about the crack in the Ming Vase.
* Niles: It’s just Niles, like Cher.
* Marsha: Did you hear that? She’s just the nanny.
Maggie: Who asked you anyway, you big green cow?
* Sylvia: I wouldn’t trade my Fran for all the Marsha’s in Miami.
Synopsis: Fran and Niles are hunting for a mouse in the house. Niles is freaked out because a butler’s association is coming to inspect the house shortly. Max is preparing to take the kids to the Museum. It’s to celebrate Brighton being elected as class president. Fran starts telling a story about Uncle Jack and Marsha, they flee to the museum. Later that day the doorbell rings and it’s Fran’s Mom. She is not happy about her lunch with Frank and Marsha. But she gave them a big made up story about Fran and Max. And then Sylvia drops a bomb, they’re parking and will be in shortly. Sylvia uses guilt to get Fran to play along, and their insulting makes it easier. She tries to get them to leave, but they refuse until they meet her husband. As Niles goes to leave she gets him to pretend to be Max. When asked about the kids “Max” informs them they went to the museum. The doorbell rings and it’s two people from the butler’s association. She informs them that Niles isn’t there (as he is pretending to be Max). However, Max and the kids come back home unexpectedly. Now Max is “Niles.” They call conference in Max’s office. Niles and Fran work try to convince Max to pretend to be Niles. The kids are on Fran and Niles side. But Max wants nothing to do with it. Back in the living room Jack asks for something to drink but “Max” walks away. When the butler people make comment Niles and Fran try to use guilt. But Marsha makes a smart remark about Fran and Max becomes Niles. So Max heads to the kitchen to fetch the drinks and snacks. The doorbell rings again. One of Brighton’s classmates, Kevin, comes over. The truth comes out that Brighton lost the election. During Max and Fran’s chat with Brighton Fran becomes enlightened. She storms into the living room and tells the whole truth. Marsha becomes snide. Maggie comes to Fran’s defense. Then Max makes a nice speech. And finally Sylvia finishes them off. The butlers welcome Niles into the association. The doorbell rings again and it’s Miss Babcock and she blows it all. Fran stops them and comes to Niles and Max’s defense. Niles is still in.
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