Carla is the bar's resident sports trivia buff, and takes on all comers. Woody thinks he's up to the challenge and tries to memorize all in Carla's sports book. He ultimately goes just a little too far in his studying. Diane is doing some studying of her own. She is taking a psychology course on human sexuality, and is racking her brain to come up with an interesting term paper topic. Sam figures that sex is his area of expertise, and thus offers to be Diane's term paper subject. She's a bit reluctant at first due to their past sexual history, but Sam is so adamant, she agrees. Without Sam's knowledge, she writes a paper on Don Juanism. The paper gets raves from her professor, who thinks it's publishable. His only reservations are that "Trevor" - the name she's given Sam in her paper - is too perfect an example of the subject that he could be construed as being made up. In getting the paper published, Diane has to decide whether to divulge Sam as Trevor, which could open up Sam's less... Written by
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After the sports trivia contest with Carla, a spaced-out Woody continues misquoting random trivia he memorized. There is no record of a shortstop named Elmer Goodwoody ever existing and the actual 1959 winner of the California derby was Finnegan. See more
Sam and Diane discuss Sam's inability to have a non-sexual relationship with any woman, yet Sam and Carla's friendship is completely ignored. See more
[about the paper Diane wrote on his sexual behavior
Everything in here is true, including the part about, I've never had a non-sexual relationship.
Now there. That's a good example of exaggeration. You and I have a non-sexual relationship.
How can you say that?
Well, I think the fact that we don't have sex is a major hint.