Sally and Alissa become friends, much to the chagrin of Don and Tommy. Dick and Mary enter a dance contest, despite the fact Mary can't dance.

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When Strudwick and Judith tell him they'll enter the Badger Day dance contest, Dick tells them he and Mary will also participate, despite the fact Mary can't dance. Harry asks Nina to enter the contest with him and both of them turn out to be great dancers. Meanwhile, Sally and Alissa become the best of friends and go shopping, much to the chagrin of Don and Tommy. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Episode Title This title is a pun on the phrase Shall we Dance?. See more »

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Tommy Solomon: [Tommy is upset about what happened when Sally and Alissa were shopping for clothes] This is so wrong. How is it that women on this planet can freely look at other women naked? I mean, men can't look at other men naked.
Sally Solomon: Yes they can.
Tommy Solomon: [in a subdued voice] Trust me, it's discouraged.
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Sing! Sing! Sing!
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Music by Louis Prima
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