Bob has a women only therapy group for women to improve their self confidence. The women tell Bob to bring Emily to the next meeting - to get her point of view. But, Bob's sorry he took ... See full summary »

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Renée Lippin ...
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Bob has a women only therapy group for women to improve their self confidence. The women tell Bob to bring Emily to the next meeting - to get her point of view. But, Bob's sorry he took their advice, because, when he brings her, he's kicked out of the meeting; for being 'like other men'. Written by Bernie

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The 3rd, and final appearance of Rhoda Gemignani, who plays Joan Rossi in this episode. Ms. Gemignani played a character very similar; 'Ms. Rossi' - in the episode, Oh, Brother, and prior to this, she played (a different, but very similar) 'Joan Rossi', in Emily In For Carol., but, even though they share the same surname, they're unrelated. Both characters were extremely neurotic woman, with 'men issues'; in Emily In For Carol, the character (Joan Rossi) was a prospective temp secretary, who thought every man, every doctor, lusted for her. In Oh, Brother, the character's only known by her surname - Ms. Rossi - and she's a new patient, who was on a horrible date with a man who took her to a nudist club. In this episode, Ms Gemignani, again plays (a character named) 'Joan Rossi, but, this one didn't come looking for a temp secretarial position; she's just a patient, with... 'men issues', and 'hair issues', as well, which is interesting, as in the first 2appearances of Ms. Gemignani, she had a very... distinctive hair style. In this episode, she doesn't wear it, but, still, hair IS an issue for her. See more »

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Emily Hartley: [Bob, and Emily are rushing about in the apartment, as Bob's former women's group - now Emily's - is going to be there any 2nd,Into this, walks Howard - looking for tape - to help wrap a gift; for a stag party he's going to.Just then, the doorbell rings. Emily opens the door, and all the women arrive, at once] HI!
[Michele walks in first. In a dress]
Emily Hartley: oh, you look wonderful!
Michelle Nardo: Oh, hI, Dr. Hartley!
Dr. Robert 'Bob' Hartley: [Bob looks at Michelle, and notices she's in a dress] HI, Michelle. I've never seen you in a dress ...
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