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Rich Man, Wood Man 

Frasier has decided that he needs to get in shape. Rather than go with his original plan of hiring a personal trainer, Frasier takes Sam up on his offer to train him for free. After one ... See full summary »

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Frasier has decided that he needs to get in shape. Rather than go with his original plan of hiring a personal trainer, Frasier takes Sam up on his offer to train him for free. After one hellish day of training for Frasier where Sam just sits and watches and eats donuts, Frasier has had enough and will do whatever he needs to to keep Sam away. Meanwhile, Woody has just returned from an all expenses paid trip to London with Kelly, paid for by the Gaines family. Woody has returned a changed man: pompous and affected by the English ways. After everyone in the bar gets mad at him, Woody makes a Freudian slip and calls himself Woody Gaines. He then realizes that he has indeed changed because of this trip and his access to the Gaines family money. He thinks perhaps it wouldn't be a good idea to marry Kelly and her money. Kelly is heartbroken when Woody tells her, and she turns to the only person around for support: an uncomfortable Norm. Norm suggest she try living like Woody, an example ... Written by Huggo

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[Kelly has just taken her first subway ride. Woody, on the other hand, just got mugged on the subway]
Kelly Gaines: Woody, I wanted to show you that I can live without all my money.
Woody Boyd: Well, I don't want you to live without your money. I think it's wrong for someone to have to give up their money. It kind of came to me as I was handing over my wallet.
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Rich Man, Wood Man (#10.19)
27 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Woody goes on a trip to London with Kelly and when he comes back he behaves like an arrogant arse.After a while people point it out to him, he gets upset and breaks up with Kelly because he feels money makes him a bad person. Norm suggests to Kelly that she tries to live without money and she is willing to give it up for Woody. But at the end they come up with a better solution.

A pretty funny episode. Woody being all arrogant was a pretty good part. I must also say I didn't find Kelly too annoying in this episode. Actually her describing her experience with riding a subway and suggesting to call "pigs" was the best part of it.


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