Jeremy gets his first big producing break - a hunting segment. Natalie tries to get Casey interested in Dana during the run-up to one of Luther Sach's dinner parties.

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Jeremy gets his first big producing break - a hunting segment. Natalie tries to get Casey interested in Dana during the run-up to one of Luther Sach's dinner parties.

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hunting | canned laughter | See All (2) »

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6 October 1998 (USA)  »

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On the dvd set and when aired this episode was called "The Call." See more »

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Dan quotes a poem that includes the line "flung spume and blown spray". When Dana later refers to "blown spume", Dan corrects her, emphasizing that it's "flung spume and blown spray". In fact, the line is "flung spray and the blown spume". Also, despite the mention of Thoreau, Wordsword, Whitman, and Dylan Thomas as possible authors, the poem is actually "Sea-Fever" by John Masefield. See more »

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[reflecting upon the wording used on a formal invitation]
Casey McCall: "October the Eighth, Nineteen Hundred and Ninety Eight, A.D." A.D... They're worried I might accidentally show up 2, 000 years before the birth of Christ.
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Hymn to Her
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Written by Meg Keene
Performed by The Pretenders
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