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The Harriet Dinner: Part II 

Tom is stuck at the dinner with a drunk Kim Tao who keeps coming on to him. Jordan and Danny get rescued from the roof. Matt and Harriet's relationship falls apart.

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Tom is stuck at the dinner with a drunk Kim Tao who keeps coming on to him. Jordan and Danny get rescued from the roof. Matt and Harriet's relationship falls apart.

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Comedy | Drama

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5 February 2007 (USA)  »

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The Guest Host, appearing on screen, is Masi Oka. The Guest Musical Act, not appearing on screen, is John Legend. See more »

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When Matt is smoking at the table you see him put the hand he has his cigarette in to his forehead, in the next frame it is in his other hand. See more »

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Lucy Kenwright: Tom?
Tom Jeter: Yes ma'am?
Lucy Kenwright: A prairie oyster's for a hangover, you drink one when you're drunk, you're just gonna get drunker.
Tom Jeter: I have to go right now, but I'm looking forward to Saturday night.
Lucy Kenwright: Sunday night.
Tom Jeter: Sunday night.
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References The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams (1974) See more »

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Timothy Busfield steals the show in this episode
27 September 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

On the surface both this episode and the last are a lot of Matt and Harriet arguing. But it's the way they argue that makes it interesting.

Sorkin's writing is so layered and heartfelt, that as an audience we can't really take sides, we see both characters point of view.

The show was changing by this point, in an attempt to win new viewers, keep the old ones, and win the ones that had stopped watching back.

So we do get the romantic comedy style storyline of Jordan and Danny up on the roof and Cal dealing with animals under the stage. But y'know what, it all sort of works.

This is a fab episode of 'Studio 60'.


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