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Lonely Dick 

Dick feels very lonely because Dr. Albright is on holiday.

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Dr. Dick Solomon
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Dr. Mary Albright
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Dr. Albright goes on holiday and Dick feels very lonely without her being around. She didn't leave him a phone number or anything and he very desperately tries to find out how he can contact her. Nina however, does have the number of Dr. Albright, but won't tell him. Meanwhile Sally and Harry are totally into skin-care products. Harry even gets a job promoting one. Tommy meets a girl named August. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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20 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Phil Hartman's first appearance. He was set to appear in at least two more episodes. However, he was murdered eight days after the Season 3 finale - his second appearance. See more »

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Aviana: Are you oily or dry?
Sally Solomon: Depends on where you look.
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Well, she's not at the Bangkok Sheraton.

Lonely. He's Mr. Lonely. He has nobody to call his own.

That's right-- he's "Lonely Dick." Mary's out of town, and he feels a certain emptiness knowing she's not there. But of course, he won't let that stand in the way of being a total jerk as always.

When has it ever?

Additionally, Sally becomes addicted to cosmetics, Harry is lured into the world of "Skin Care for Men," and Tommy meets a very mature young girl named August. And guess what? Every last second is well worth it, from Sally's frazzled begging for more free samples to Harry's huge racial blunder.

"What do you think?" "Me like."


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