Dharma & Greg: Season 4, Episode 7

Mad Secretaries and Englishmen (5 Dec. 2000)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Through combined coincidences Greg and Dharma have been so busy separately, occupied by their jobs and social obligations, that they haven't had sex for weeks. While taking pity on others, ... See full summary »

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Shae D'lyn ...
Jane
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Edward Montgomery (as Mitchell Ryan)
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Roger
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Archbishop Livingston
Mario Roccuzzo ...
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Edward Lieberman ...
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Through combined coincidences Greg and Dharma have been so busy separately, occupied by their jobs and social obligations, that they haven't had sex for weeks. While taking pity on others, like taking in Pete who fears his ex Jane might kill someone, and matching his lazy secretary Marlene with weird pragmatic foolish poet Roger. Of all places Dharma chooses to end their own sensual drought in the Montgomery mansion during a speech by the archbishop against sinful promiscuity, so wildly that the rocking chandelier makes Edward and Kitty believe there's and earthquake. Written by KGF Vissers

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The Archbishop was introduced by Kitty as such, but the end credits have him as just a reverend. See more »

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Roger: I am a tabula rasa. A blank rasa.
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