Carol's husband is a travel agent helping plan vacations for people in the office. Jerry is going to Mexico while Bob and Emily will visit a dude ranch in Arizona. Howard is upset that the Hartleys are leaving.

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Carol's husband is a travel agent helping plan vacations for people in the office. Jerry is going to Mexico while Bob and Emily will visit a dude ranch in Arizona. Howard is upset that the Hartleys are leaving.

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16 October 1976 (USA)  »

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The title is from an album title by Paul Simon released in 1975 that included the songs "Still Crazy After All These Years" and "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover." See more »

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So freaking funny.. For a dollar, you gotta remember this....
27 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To date, the 5th and 6th seasons, are only available on cable, and in my opinion, the best Bob has to offer, the 1975, and the bicentennial year.

In this, the 100th episode, Leonard Stone plays an insufferable, full of himself colleague, that Bob begins to hate... until he finally tells him.... 'HERE'S A DOLLAR.... PLEASE NEVER SAY FINE AND DANDY TO ME, AGAIN.

As Dr "Podbillion" snatches the dollar, and begins to say "FINE AND DANDY", Bob slams the office door in his face. Absolutely hilarious.

Leonard Stone played the father of the Blueberry in 1970s, WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY ("Violet... your turning violet"), and a gay apartment owner in PARTNERS (1980).

Record this episode on your VCR, or rather...Tivo... you won't regret it.


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