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Rebecca's Lover... Not 

Prior to their wedding, Kelly wants to get to know all of Woody's friends. She's been spending quality time with them at the bar. They all have their own reason for liking Kelly around. ... See full summary »

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Cliff Clavin
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Woody Boyd
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Norm Peterson
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Prior to their wedding, Kelly wants to get to know all of Woody's friends. She's been spending quality time with them at the bar. They all have their own reason for liking Kelly around. Sam's beloved Corvette has been stolen, after which he starts a support group for people who have had their high performance cars stolen. The group is beneficial to Sam and to the others in the group, but its usefulness becomes moot for Sam when something more beneficial happens. And something beloved returns to Rebecca's life, namely Mark Newberger, her high school boyfriend and her first real love. Rebecca is excited to see Mark again, even more so after the fact as it supports what she thought she would feel: that Mark is and was the one man for her, the one she shouldn't have let get away and the one she won't let get away now that she has this second chance with him. But what is obvious to the rest of the world isn't obvious to Rebecca in why a Mark/Rebecca coupling is never going to happen. In ... Written by Huggo

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Harvey Fierstein would later co-star in the Broadway Musical Hairspray. When Firestein left the play, his part was recast with George Wendt. See more »

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In the beginning, after Rebecca hangs up the phone, a person in dark colored clothing can be seen standing outside the front door waiting for their cue to enter. A couple minutes later in walks a police officer in dark colored clothing escorting Sam. See more »

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References The Bad Seed (1956) See more »

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Rebecca's Lover... Not (#10.22)
27 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Rebecca's first love from high school Mark Newberger comes to the bar. They decide to go out at night and Rebecca is very excited, she thinks they should get together again. The problem is that Mark is gay and everybody except for Rebecca has noticed it, so it leads to a bit of an awkward moment.

I really liked Harvey Fierstein. His voice is pretty awesome I must say. And he did a great performance, it seems like he is gay himself and usually plays gay characters. The whole conversation him and Rebecca had at the end was just great. Especially when he says that he usually thinks people are gay until he finds out they aren't. "Usually we fin out together".


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