Blanche dates a man who claims to have returned from military service in the Persian Gulf.

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Blanche dates a man who claims to have returned from military service in the Persian Gulf.

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From Here to the Pharmacy (#7.11)
25 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Blanche gets a call from soldier who returned from the war. She doesn't remember him but feels bad to say it because as they go out on a date he tells her that he has been thinking about her waiting for him all this time. Next day he comes with a rose and she finds out that he now works in a pharmacy.

A pretty good episode. The scene when Blanche meets the soldier for the first time is greatly done and acted I was laughing all the time when Blanche had no clue who he is, just like in the restaurant. Was just surprising that him being a pharmacist was a turn off for her at first, pharmacist is a good profession these days, people study a long time and make a lot of money in it


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