It's the Christmas season and the Heffernan's see that they have a new neighbor who happens to be Lou Ferrigno. Arthur wants Lou to read his screenplay to get it produced. Doug decides to ... See full summary »

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It's the Christmas season and the Heffernan's see that they have a new neighbor who happens to be Lou Ferrigno. Arthur wants Lou to read his screenplay to get it produced. Doug decides to buy Carrie a camera the only problem is that her boss at work also bought her a camera which happens to be nicer. Written by Anonymous

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In this episode Lou Ferrigno tells Carrie that he "grew up around here". He actually was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. which is only about 10 miles from Queens. See more »

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In the opening and final scenes, Arthur walks to the trash from the driveway. You can see the garage door facing the front street. However, from all of the times we have seen the garage from the inside, that door is facing a back street. See more »

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[Arthur gave Lou Ferrigno a copy of his screenplay]
Lou Ferrigno: Well, Arthur, I read "Reconsidering Sandy," and to tell you the truth, I'm a little confused.
Arthur Spooner: Confused about what?
Lou Ferrigno: Well, first of all, there's at least three characters named Mike.
Arthur Spooner: Let me ask you something, Lou. Have you ever met anyone else named Lou?
Lou Ferrigno: Well, yes.
Arthur Spooner: Slice of life, my friend. I just writes it like I sees it. So, what's the next step? Can you get me a meeting at the William-Morris office?
Lou Ferrigno: I don't think so.
Arthur Spooner: I understand your problem....
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