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When the insurance company gives Helen a big check for what she lost in the fire she goes on a shopping spree. Casey refuses to have sex with Brian unless they can find something they share in common. Antonio depressed at his (lack of a) love life decides to go back to his ex who is hideous. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Peter Tork and the Monkeemobile
11 December 2013 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"She's Gotta Have It" was broadcast in Nov 1995, the 30-year anniversary of The Monkees' pilot, featuring a cameo from both former Monkey Peter Tork and the actual Monkeemobile (built from a Pontiac GTO, but probably not as popular as the Batmobile). When Helen scores with a generous check from the insurance company, following the loss of her family belongings, she goes on a wild spending spree, culminating in a bidding war over the Monkeemobile with Peter Tork, whom she fails to recognize ("if that jerk would stop beating against me, the car would be mine!"). The auctioneer refers to Helen as "that daydream believer," while Joe brags that he used to own a Monkees lunchbox (Peter: "big deal, we got squat from those things!"). Peter comes off just as endearing as he was on the original series, and performs a priceless double take when he realizes she doesn't recognize him (Helen: "I just hope you're as big a fan as I am!"). All four Monkees would be seeing more of each other over the next year, and Peter would next join both Davy and Micky on an episode of BOY MEETS WORLD ("Rave On").


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