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Head Over Hill 

Cliff has been chosen to re-enact the first postal run cum pony express in Boston. The problem is is that Cliff is scared of horses. Other fears take over Cliff. Best friend Norm comes to ... See full summary »

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... Sam Malone
... Rebecca Howe
... Carla Tortelli
... Cliff Clavin
... Woody Boyd
... Dr. Frasier Crane
... Dr. Lilith Sternin
... Norm Peterson
... John Allen Hill
... Paul Krapence
... Barker #1
Ken Magee ... Barker #2
Philip Perlman ... Phil
Peter Schreiner ... Pete
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Cliff has been chosen to re-enact the first postal run cum pony express in Boston. The problem is is that Cliff is scared of horses. Other fears take over Cliff. Best friend Norm comes to the rescue, but will Cliff appreciate the effort? Back at the bar, Sam is in his continual battle with upstairs neighbor, John Allen Hill. At the end of his rope, Sam decides to pull out the big guns to get back at Hill by using the meanest, evilest thing at his disposal: Carla. Sam leaves it to Carla's discretion about what to do, but Carla only promises to make Hill cry. Later, Carla comes back in a panic. She confides to Lilith and Rebecca that she did the worst thing she possibly could have done: she slept with Hill. Lilith explains to a confused Carla that she and Hill have the classic compulsion/repulsion relationship. Carla is not only confused but she feels that she betrayed Sam. Carla has to come to some resolution with both Sam and Hill about the issue. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Drama

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14 November 1991 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Rhea Perlman opens the ladies' room door, the hands of a male crewman holding a crane are visible just outside. See more »

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Carla Tortelli-LeBec: I have never once said anything about anyone you have ever slept with.
Sam Malone: Oh, right. What about Diane? Every morning, you threatened to stick a hand grenade in her mouth and pull the pin. You hated her.
Carla Tortelli-LeBec: [matter of factly] I disapproved of her.
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