Dick desperately tries to find out how he can be funny.

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Ben Littmeyer
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Dick is jealous when Mary asks another professor and not him to host a college fund-raiser she organizes. Mary asked this professor because he's funny which leads to Dick trying to find out the secret of being funny so Mary lets him host the fund-raiser. Meanwhile, Sally is building a shelf for her shoes and Harry is mourning about his lost coat. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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8 December 1996 (USA)  »

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William G. Schilling was originally announced as Littmeyer. See more »

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Dick states that he sees eleven banana cream pies on the table, but Mary and Nina only use ten. See more »

Quotes

Tommy Solomon: No, I don't get it. Give me an example of what's funny.
August: OK, let's see, um... I thought the movie "Emma" was really funny.
Tommy Solomon: What was funny about it?
August: Didn't you get it? It was full of irony.
Tommy Solomon: OK, so irony's funny.
August: Sure, because someone says something, and the opposite is actually true.
Tommy Solomon: Oh, OK, like, like when you told me "Emma" was going to be a really great movie, when actually it sucked out loud?
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References Way Out West (1937) See more »

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