Trying to get Helen to change her policy about dating pilots, Brian hires an actor to pretend to be a pilot but who shares the same interests that Helen has. It isn't long before they're dating. But ...
Joe donates a free trip to a charity auction. And the man who bought is Carlton Blanchard, an old man is not quite all there. When asked where he wants to go, he answers Las Cruces, New Mexico which ...
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So what you're saying is, she's not interested in me, that I don't mean anything to her. She just wants to get me into bed & use me like some cheap piece of meat?
I can live with that!
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I believe this show got better as the years went by, except for the Farah Forke years (thought she was terrible & made the brothers look like fools). Even as I watch the re-runs on USA I believe this to be one of the best sit-coms ever made. I'm not sure any of these characters could have done a spin off and been successful but as a group I don't think you could get much better than this. I'd rather watch these re-runs than most of the new crap that's out there today.
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