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Club Soda and Salt 

Larry, Jeff, and Ted scramble to find a chef for the new restaurant, but Larry doesn't like Ted's recommendation. While trying to find a replacement, Larry learns a few things - Cheryl has ... See full summary »

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Jeff Greene
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Ted Danson
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Melanie Loeb
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Larry, Jeff, and Ted scramble to find a chef for the new restaurant, but Larry doesn't like Ted's recommendation. While trying to find a replacement, Larry learns a few things - Cheryl has a new, male, tennis playing friend, people won't take a wedding gift after a year, and that club soda and salt will get stains out of anything. Written by halo1k

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29 September 2002 (USA)  »

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An excellent installment of the series
17 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

"Club Soda and Salt" is a thoroughly beautiful episode of the series that features the green eyed monster rising in Larry when he feels his wife's new tennis pal's friendship may be hiding other emotions. On top of this, chaos reigns with the search for a chef.

This is cracking entertainment and the ad-libbed dialogue is realistic and true-to-life. Cheryl Hines is one of television's long suffering wives as Cheryl David and she must have a bottomless pool of patience to cope with her husband's actions.

Laura Silverman appears as a saleswoman from hell. This is enough to put anyone off "browsing" for life.

9 out of 10.


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