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And Coachie Makes Three 

Sam and Diane are tired of Coach being a third wheel and interrupting their alone time, so they set him up on a date.

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Sam and Diane are having an intimate night at Diane's apartment when the Coach barges in on them. Although they are at a crucial time in their relationship, they ultimately let the Coach stay for the evening as they realize they have the rest of their lives together and the Coach is all alone. However this night is just the start of the Coach joining them in on everything without them even asking him. To get him off on his own, Sam and Diane, with the help of Carla and the rest of the gang, try and set him up with a woman that he has admitted that he likes. After they finally find out who she is, Sam and Diane go on a double date with the Coach and Katherine. They end up back at Diane's place for an after dinner coffee, where the Coach and Katherine seem to be having a good time. The Coach offers to escort Katherine home, or so he says. He drops her off at the bus stop and comes back to Diane's alone, saying to Sam and Diane that Katherine, as nice as she is, doesn't fit in with their... Written by Huggo

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The title is a reference to a line from the song "My Blue Heaven" by Walter Donaldson and George A. Whiting: "Just Molly and me/and baby makes three." See more »

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After Coach leaves Diane's apartment with Katherine, Sam turn the lights out by flipping the switch down. Both switches, however, are already in the down position. See more »

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[Sam is in Diane's apartment. There's a knock on the door]
Sam Malone: Who's there?
Ernie 'Coach' Pantusso: Me. Who's there?
Sam Malone: Coach?
Ernie 'Coach' Pantusso: No. I'm Coach.
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And Coachie Makes Three (#2.15)
8 May 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Because Coach is alone he keeps on coming to hang out with Sam and Diane. They want to have more alone time but don't have the guts to tell him. So they make a blind date, it seems to go very well but Coach doesn't get the point of it and sends Katheryn home to stay with Diane and Sam, so they have to finally tell it how it is.

Coach episodes are always good because there is so much Coach in them. How about the part where he can't remember the name of the woman he likes and the gang keeps on leaving the bar with updated information? I thought that was hilarious.

So were the part of him talking to Katheryn about the bank, one can see they really hit it off there even though it takes Coach a bit longer to realize it, as usual!


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