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Elliot Weston (Character)
from "Thirtysomething" (1987)

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  1. "Thirtysomething"
        - California (1991) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
        - Melissa in Wonderland (1991) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
        - A Stop at Willoughby (1991) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
        - Hopeless (1991) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
        - Out the Door (1991) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
          (80 more)

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Quotes:
From "Thirtysomething: Post-Op (#3.13)" (1990)
Elliot Weston: [Nancy and Deborah turn as the front door opens. It is Elliot] Hey, Jules!
Nancy's Sister Deborah: Hi, Jules.
Elliot Weston: Hey. This is just like a soap opera, right? Two sisters sitting around drinking coffee after their husbands have gone to work? Talking about who's really the father of their children?
Nancy's Sister Deborah: Well, never ask, Jules. Never ask.
Nancy Krieger Weston: [seeing the bundle of items in Elliot's hands] What's that?
Elliot Weston: Heidi Geisler made Tuna Divan. And I'm guessing - banana bread.
Nancy Krieger Weston: [rolling her eyes and mouthing] Banana bread.
Elliot Weston: [picking up more dirty dishes] So. How's Eleanor?
Nancy's Sister Deborah: In rare form. She'll be over here soon.
Elliot Weston: [to Deborah] Hey. Don't offer to help or anything.
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