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Little Sister, Don't Cha 

Cliff falls head over heels for Carla's innocent-looking younger sister, who is sitting in for Carla while she has her baby. But what Cliff doesn't know is that she isn't as innocent as she looks.

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While Carla is off on maternity leave, her demure sister, Annette, fills in for her at the bar. To help Annette break out of her shell, the gang eggs Cliff into asking her out. He does, but he's not the first to do so, nor does he know that he isn't the first or the last. Annette's not as shy as she first appears. Cliff falls head over heels for her, and intends to ask her to marry him. As his best friend, Norm feels he should be the one to tell Cliff the truth about Annette. Will Cliff heed the advice of his best friend against the woman he loves? Written by Huggo

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13 October 1983 (USA)  »

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Carla's hospital room is #401. See more »

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Muffins are not made with yeast; they're quick breads. See more »

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Sam Malone: [about Carla's sister, Annette] No, no, we do not have to tell Carla about this. It's none of our business if she likes men. Loves men. She can do whatever she wants with her sex life. It's in the Bill of Rights.
Diane Chambers: Where is it in the Bill of Rights?
Sam Malone: Well, you know, the part about the right to assemble and bear arms.
Diane Chambers: That is the stupidest thing I've ever heard.
Sam Malone: Hey, hey, I thought you said that you weren't going to call me stupid now that we're being intimate.
Diane Chambers: No, I said that I wouldn't call you ...
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Little Sister, Don't Cha (#2.2)
7 April 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Carla is going into labor and her little sister comes to substitute for her as a waitress. Only she is not as innocent as people believed because she keeps on going on dates. Cliff wants to propose to her and his good friend Norm wants to warn him against it.

Well, first of all let me say that it is one of those episodes where I love the comedy and hate the attitude. The looking down on a woman for having a sex life and going on many dates. She had all the right to do so and have her fun while she is not in actual commitment and if Cliff decided to propose after like one date he is an idiot who should be made fun of. So for that the episode would get a 1 from me.

But this is an old show. It went accordingly to the attitude of the society. So I will just concentrate o the entertainment that was perfect here. We have this awesome work by Rhea Perlman being Carla and her sister. The hilarious comparison of "muffin" nicknames Carla and Diane have. A lot of hilarious lines. The fun video the coach made when visiting Carla in the hospital. All of these give the episode a worthiness of good rating.


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