Sam leaps into the sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer, plays matchmaker for a couple on the staff of her radio show and helps a woman deal with sexual harassment.

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Doug Bridges / Reiser
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Debbie Schaefer
James McDonnell ...
Jonathan
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Annie Wilkins
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Herself (as Dr. Ruth Westheimer)
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Grandma
Paul Roache ...
Cab Driver
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Other Woman
Bridget Morrow ...
Anita
Robert MacKenzie ...
Nigel Corrington
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Sam leaps into Dr. Ruth Westheimer the well-known sex therapist just as she is in the middle of her radio call-in show. Al tells him he's there to help two of Dr. Ruth's staff, Doug and Debbie, to stick together. Sam thinks he's there to help a young woman, Annie Wilkins, who called into the show to say she was being pressured by her boss, Jonathan, to have sex. Sam convinces her to quit her job and Jonathan says Annie is just fantasizing. In the blue room meanwhile, the real Dr. Ruth has advice for Al who, she says, seems to go out of his way to sabotage all of his relationships. Written by garykmcd

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19 January 1993 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in Manhattan, New York City from April 25 to April 27, 1985 and in Stallion's Gate, New Mexico in 1999. See more »

Goofs

Near the end of the episode, Al is telling Sam the wrap up. In the background, you can plainly see the phone off the hook from the earlier struggle. Next, Annie comes into the room telling Sam/Dr. Ruth that the police are on the way. Unless Annie has a second phone line in her NY apartment (or a very rare cell phone in 1985), the line would've been 'dead' and she could not have called the police. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Ruth: I'm sorry to say, I'm very disappointed in you, Al.
Al: You're disappointed in me?
Dr. Ruth: You say this is the future. I thought by now, people like you would have a healthier attitude towards sex.
Al: I have a very healthy attitude towards sex.
Dr. Ruth: I think you have a problem.
Al: With all due respect, Dr. Ruth, when it comes to women, Al Calavicci doesn't have any problems.
Dr. Ruth: I think you are afraid of something.
Al: You're right: alimony.
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Spoofs Dr. Ruth Westheimer (1984) See more »

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