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Danny Sanchez (Character)
from "Norm" (1999)

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  1. "Norm"
    ... aka "The Norm Show" - USA (original title)
        - Norm vs. Shelley's Old Flame (2001) TV episode, Played by Ian Gomez
        - Norm Comes Back (2001) TV episode, Played by Ian Gomez
        - Norm's Free (2001) TV episode, Played by Ian Gomez
        - Norm vs. Cuba (2001) TV episode, Played by Ian Gomez
        - Norm vs. Deception (2001) TV episode, Played by Ian Gomez
          (49 more)

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From "Norm: Norm vs. the Sacrifice (#3.1)" (2000)
Max Denby: Norm! What is your dog doing at work?
Norm Henderson: Sir, remember when you, ah, told us to keep an eye out for Level I Clarical Assistant?
Max Denby: Do-do, don't tell me you hired Wiener Dog.
Norm Henderson: Well, you know, sir, technically you did when you signed this authorization form. Remember? You encouraged us to find somebody with a disability.
Max Denby: [reads the piece of paper] Applicant has no thumbs, three-inch legs, and speaks absolutely no English. This, this, this, this is atrocious; he's fired, he's fi - get rid of him! Get rid of him now!
Norm Henderson: Come on, sir, you can't fire Wiener Dog, there. He's a good man.
Max Denby: Why? Watch me.
Laurie Freeman: Well, sir, actually sir, as crazy as it sounds, you really can't fire him; if you terminate a worker with no notice, the union automatically files a grievance.
Max Denby: I-I-I, I can't fire a dog?
Danny Sanchez: This is great! If we hire a new drug counselor, can I get my hermit crab?
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