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Regular cast members Alexander Gould and Elizabeth Perkins voiced characters in Finding Nemo (2003) as title character Nemo and Coral, Nemo's mother, respectively. In season four they were joined by guest star Albert Brooks who portrays Gould's grandfather on the show but plays Nemo's father, Marlin, in 'Finding Nemo'. See more »
During seasons 2 through 5, several episodes feature a DEA agent named Roy Till with the rank of Captain. The Drug Enforcement Administration, a federal agency within the Department of Justice, has no such rank. See more »
Here's the thing, I really want to fuck around on Dean but the thought of putting one more cock into my mouth is just too depressing.
I'm not sure a vagina would be much of an improvement for you.
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What a clever, well written show. Immensely watchable and well acted. Mary Louise Parker is perfect in the role of a Yuppie, widowed woman making ends meet by selling Marijuana. The show highlights well the difficulties for single women not just at the upper end of the economic spectrum, but those not quite as well off. The language, although at times is strong, is realistic and appropriate.
All of the roles are interesting. Elizabeth Perkins plays the role of the acerbic friend who never quite realized her life ambitions. Her one daughter is overweight, the other just hates her, and her husband is sleeping with the Asian American tennis pro.
Every episode offers something new. I will definitely keep on looking for the next episode.
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