After three years, the Big Giant Head has granted Sally's request to be a man and switches Sally and Dick's bodies.



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Three years ago, Sally send in a request to the home planet for a male body because she hated to be a woman. Now, the Big Giant Head has granted the request and switches Dick and Sally's bodies. They immediately send in another request to be switched back but in the meantime they have to cope with the bodies ánd each other's relationship. Happy Doug has left Harry in charge of the bar when some tough looking guys come in. Tommy and Harry immediately suspect they are scum. Written by Marco van Hoof <>

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5 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Sally (in Dick's body) exercises to the song "Let's Hear It for the Boy" by Deneice Williams, which is from the soundtrack to "Footloose", which stars John Lithgow. See more »


Dr. Dick Solomon: Mary, what are you going to order?
Dr. Mary Albright: Well, the steak tartare looks good. I think I'll order it well-done!
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During the end-credits, an additional scene is shown of Sally & Dick. See more »


References Footloose (1984) See more »


Let's Hear It for the Boy
Written by Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow
Performed by Deniece Williams
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Aliens can Act
25 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay let's all admit that Seasons 1-3 were nothing short of iconic television theater - far beyond the average sitcom fair.

But this one was a great episode that started out seeming like it would be gimmicky. But really John Lithgow and Kristen Johnston out-do themselves by essentially playing each other. It was a far fetched plot that was played to perfection by the whole cast. In the same vane you have to include Jane Curtain and Wayne Knight, who serve as the perfect foils to the switched gendered cast members. Curtain just keeps showing her comedic acting skills through completely bizarre scenarios, taking it seriously so that the comedic effect is enhanced.

The ridiculous business with the "bad-asses" at the restaurant. that's another story. The whole premise of Harry working in the restaurant this season just feels like forced jabs at new plots. The scenes with the bikers just weren't very funny and the payoff just didn't, well, pay off.

That's okay though. As long as the A-plot is perfect and the B-plot is sub-par, that's more than enough for me.

Long live 3rd Rock!

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