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Thomas Haden Church,
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The character of Luis was changed from Cuban to Russian in the Latin-American dub version of the TV show. See more »
Vicki, have you seen my car keys?
No and you don't need to look in your purse or your jacket either.
[Susan glares at her]
I needed a mint!
Well I hope you found one.
No, but at least you had enough money to buy some.
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The cast is very good. The scripts are patchy. Maybe they can bring in the Mad About You writers now that the show has ended. Brooke gets better and better. She was a little stiff at first, but now she is relaxed and nuanced. I'm glad Kathy Griffin's character is single again. What will happen next season without Stricland and Ne
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