Dick wants to break up with Jennifer. Don has asked Sally to go bowling but Sally hasn't got a clue what bowling is.

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Jennifer
William Mesnik ...
Maitre d'
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Guy
John Platt ...
Man
Doug Appleoff ...
Chad
Dina Bennett ...
Lily
Mandy Vejar ...
Velma
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Dick is sick and tired of Jennifer and wants to break up with her. His first attempt at this fails, but this turns out not to be so bad for him when Mary tells him that seeing him and Jennifer together has made her realize how much she misses him. Dick decides not to break up with Jennifer just yet. Instead, because he holds the cards now, he tries to get Mary to make some sacrifices before taking her back. Meanwhile, Don has asked Sally to go bowling. However, Sally hasn't got a clue what bowling is. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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11 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Early in this episode Sally tells Tommy that Don is taking her bowling. After implying to Tommy that it is something sexual, Tommy says, "You don't know what bowling is do you?" Sally says, "No." However, in episode 36 (Dick on One Knee) Sally goes bowling with Tommy and Harry after her wedding to the french guy doesn't pan out. She is even the one to suggest it. See more »

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Dr. Dick Solomon: Oh, I miss those days with Mary. Breakfast in bed, lunch in bed. Cleaning the sheets... 'cause there's food in the bed.
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References Blue Thunder (1984) See more »

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Theme from New York, New York
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Music by John Kander
Hummed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and French Stewart
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