Sally receives a red rose at the office from a secret admirer. The sender - a hint to whose identity is the rose's smell of pastrami - reveals himself as Bert Monker, the deli guy. Bert, who always kids around with Sally, mentions that the rose is an anniversary gift for the day she first stepped into his deli. Sally thinks this is just a put-on, but through an unexpected encounter, Rob and Laura learn it is not and that Bert is really in love with her. When told of this fact, Sally doesn't know what to do, as Bert isn't her type, but she doesn't want to hurt his feelings. She decides avoidance is the best interim tactic, but Bert is a persistent and caring suitor, and Sally ultimately has to be up front with her feelings, as does Bert. Written by
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Sally answers her front door with her right hand on her forehead, but when the scene cuts to another camera, both hands are down below her waste. Soon after, she has her right palm against the side of her face, but when the camera cuts, her right fingers are on her chin. See more
That's the story of my life. I'm surrounded by funny guys. You know, just once, just once, I'd like to meet a guy who only knew one punch line, "Will you mary me?"
That's a straight line.
I'll take it. No, I mean it, I mean it. I don't care, even if he's not in show business or knows nothing about comedy, is a dull, bland, unfunny guy.
Don't just stand there - volunteer.