Don't get me wrong, I remember it (I bought a copy of the script on an online auction site), but having just watched it on the newly released DVD collection of the first two seasons, I can say with full authority: this was the high water mark of the series, and it might have been the high water mark of Peter Noah's career as a writer. It has everything you could ask for in a tug-at-you-heartstrings romantic comedy. That and the fact that I can't tell you how often I felt like Hanna (and Marty) did in this episode. Brilliant. When I think back amongst the episodes of all television shows that will continue to give me memories, this will be very near the top. THANK YOU 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for making these available.
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