Dharma & Greg (1997–2002)
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Papa Was Almost a Rolling Stone 

When Dharma starts a very amateuristic radio station in the living room, Greg jumps in opposing callers' conspiracies and other loony theories, yet finds the right tone to handle the ... See full summary »

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Pete Cavanaugh
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When Dharma starts a very amateuristic radio station in the living room, Greg jumps in opposing callers' conspiracies and other loony theories, yet finds the right tone to handle the audience, but is ignorant of one technical kink. Surprisingly the most requests are for a good song by - Larry, so Dharma wants him to perform at an open night. Kitty panics when Greg finds an old-fashioned suit which Edward insists on wearing publicly. Written by KGF Vissers

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2 October 2001 (USA)  »

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The episode's title references the song "Papa was a Rolling Stone" See more »

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Dharma Finklestein Montgomery: [about his recording rejection letters] You were just ahead of your time.
Larry Finkelstein: You know, that's what they said about my spray-on gravy.
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10+ Nice going Alan Rachins!
21 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

I guess real men aren't supposed to like a show like this. It's a rom-com to the max; but it's so well written and casted it draws you in. Besides I'm a real man and I like it. There's not just one or two really good characters; there's at least six of the regulars that so much fun, you can't imagine the show cast with anyone else. You really come to like these people, care for them, worry about them. I found the show in re-runs and thank goodness they're running all the episodes one after the other; I'm more then two thirds of the way thru, and I'm sorry to see it coming to and end. It's hard to rate these episodes they're all quite good; the lowest I've down rated one was to a 7. Most are 8's and 9's with several 10's like this one. This was a great episode about Dharma finding out about a sacrifice her father made for her; or did he? And we get to see a talent that Alan Rachins, who plays Larry Finkelstein (Dharma's father) has. And he's really quite good at it. I usually don't like episodes of shows written so an actor can show off their other talents (whether they have them or not; and whether we want to experience it or not). This was such well written episode; and Alan Rachins talent stands on it's own. Give this episode a tumble, you won't be sorry; but watch the whole show and see how people should treat each other.


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