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Two Girls for Every Boyd 

When Sam comes into work with a day's facial hair growth, he, Cliff, Norm and Frasier decide to have a $20 per person 1-month beard growing contest, judged by Carla and Rebecca on length, ... See full summary »



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When Sam comes into work with a day's facial hair growth, he, Cliff, Norm and Frasier decide to have a $20 per person 1-month beard growing contest, judged by Carla and Rebecca on length, body, fullness, luster, sheen, bounce and the ever important beer absorption ability. The day before the end of the contest, Sam, Norm and Frasier's beards are looking full and lush, while Cliff's is still straggly. The day of the judging, Cliff miraculously comes in with a full beard, which he attributes the the Clavin genes of sporadic but quick hair growth. Carla thinks he's lying and has a glued on beard but a hard tug at his beard proves that it is real. Is it? Meanwhile, Woody is offered his first leading role at his theater group, that of the young lover George Gibbs in Thornton Wilder's "Our Town". He is excited about doing the part but doesn't tell Kelly as he doesn't want her to know that he has a romantic scene with an actress, even though it's just make believe. However, the scene isn't ... Written by Huggo

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23 November 1989 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Frasier tells Cliff that his father was a scientist and his father is dead. This is addressed in an episode of "Frasier." Frasier tells them that Martin was a scientist because he is ashamed of him being a policeman. Also, he says that his father is dead because they never got along when he was growing up and had an argument, which is why he lives in Boston in the first place, and not in Seattle (where he ends up in "Frasier"). See more »


Frasier refers to his father, who he claims was a scientist and deceased. The spinoff show "Frasier" would prove that neither of those was true. See more »


Woody Boyd: Wait, this is a misunderstanding.
Emily: Yeah, listen to him.
Kelly Gaines: [to Emily] You stay out of this!
Cliff Clavin: Oh, Woody's babes comin' ta blows!
[the guys at the bar all start chanting "Cat fight! Cat fight! Cat fight! Cat fight!"]
Kelly Gaines: [after Emily blocks the door, keeping her from leaving] You get out of my way right now or so help me I'll, I'll, I'll hurt your feelings!
Emily: You do, and I'll hurt yours right back.
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Two Girls for Every Boyd (#8.9)
9 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Woody finally gets a role in a play. It is a love story and he has trouble acting like he is in love. His co actress tries everything to make him be able to do it. And when they practice kissing Kelly comes in who gets mad that Woody is in a play and didn't tell her. And here they discover how he can act in love on stage, by pretending he talks to Kelly.

The beard story is so much better than the main story. It had a few laughs, mainly because it was fun to see the cast with facial hair.

The highlight of the main story for me was to see Lisa Kudrow! This was even before Friends so it was fun to see. And she already did a cute little Phoebe like hand movement in one of the scenes.

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