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No Rest for the Woody 

The bar's furnace is on the fritz, so Rebecca calls the furnace company to fix the problem. While she's got them on the phone, she has to crawl in through the vent in the wall - usually ... See full summary »

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The bar's furnace is on the fritz, so Rebecca calls the furnace company to fix the problem. While she's got them on the phone, she has to crawl in through the vent in the wall - usually covered by a grate - to get some information. Carla uses this opportunity to put the grate back into place and leave Rebecca locked in the vent in the wall. Later, on Paul's advice, Rebecca tries to get back at Carla with a similar stunt, but... With other official bar business, Sam offers the bar employees a medical plan, for which each employee must take a blood test. Carla refuses as she's scared of needles. Frasier uses his psychiatric skills to get Carla over her fear. Meanwhile, Woody and Kelly are having their official engagement party, at which Woody will meet for the first time Grandmother Gaines, who has a reputation for being tough as nails. Equally as troublesome for Woody is that he cannot afford Kelly's engagement ring and is forced to work a second job at a graveyard to pay for it. The ... Written by Huggo

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Woody Boyd: Well, I've drawn up a list of names of the people I want to invite to the party, the only problem is I only get to invite a few. Where do you draw the line?
Dr. Frasier Crane: Well, Woody, something that Lilith and I find helpful when we plan a party is to simply start at the bottom of the list and eliminate the least desirable.
Woody Boyd: [excited] OK. Cranes are out! Thanks Dr. Crane. That *was* helpful.
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No Rest for the Woody (#10.14)
25 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Woody and Kelly are engaged and to pay for the ring he gets himself another job, at a graveyard. He has some tiring nights, then goes to sell some blood and then gives blood for test for their insurance. This is too much for his body so when he goes to the party where he would meet Kelly's grandma he starts hallucinating and thinks she is the woman he buried yesterday.And she is happy to use it for a joke.

This Woody and Kelly episode was actually pretty good. Not too much from the annoying Kelly character, and the story plus her grandmother are pretty funny.

Didn't get too much from the Cranes in this episode but the moments they were in were great as always.


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