When an ad for one of the station's sponsors that's suppose to have Venus somehow ends up with Herb because Herb placed a picture of himself along with the pictures of Venus and said to use... See full summary »

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Hester Sherman
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When an ad for one of the station's sponsors that's suppose to have Venus somehow ends up with Herb because Herb placed a picture of himself along with the pictures of Venus and said to use the man with him thinking it's one of Venus. So the sponsor wants to drop them. Jenniffer offers to go and talk to the man using her wiles to convince him not to but only problem is the man is blind. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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14 April 1982 (USA)  »

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This was the last episode taped, even though it aired before the finale. See more »

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When Jennifer is trying to save Herb - she sends Les in to talk with Mr. Carlson from 10:45 to 12:15. As Les is leaving, she tells the "super new staple remover" salesman that he can go right in. When Mr. Carlson comes out to ask if there is a meeting scheduled with the "Super New Staple Remover" salesman, she tells Mr. Carlson that he has a meeting scheduled with this man from 4:15 to 6pm. It should have been from 12:30 to 1:45pm, assuming the schedule would have been an hour and fifteen minutes. See more »

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Arthur 'Big Guy' Carlson: Well Herb, what do you think? What we have here is a commercial for Soul Suds shampoo, a shampoo which is exclusively marketed to the hip black customer. Am I correct?
Herbert 'Herb' Tarlek: Yes, sir.
Arthur 'Big Guy' Carlson: Then why are we looking at the picture of this really idiotic-looking white man?
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Do You Believe in Love
Written by Robert John Lange
Performed by Huey Lewis & The News
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