Women of the House: Season 1, Episode 12

Dear Diary (8 Sep. 1995)

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When an overzealous congresswoman launches an investigation on Suzanne, she asks her old friend Anthony to dispose of her diary, fearing that her weight could become public knowledge.

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When an overzealous congresswoman launches an investigation on Suzanne, she asks her old friend Anthony to dispose of her diary, fearing that her weight could become public knowledge.

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[When her diary is subpoenaed, Suzanne tries to get Anthony to dispose of it]
Suzanne Sugarbaker: Do you know O.J. Simpson?
Anthony Bouvier: No, I do not know O.J. Simpson. Why do you think all black people know each other?
Suzanne Sugarbaker: I don't know. I just think he obviously found a very good place for his clothes and that knife.
Anthony Bouvier: Alleged clothes and knife.
Suzanne Sugarbaker: Whatever. It'd just be so great if I could just stick my diary with his stuff!
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