While Mark is the cooking guest that week in her daily healthy housekeeping show, TV host Kitti Lynn Hastings uses a 26 minutes break for commercials and music to sabotage the wiring in ... See full summary »

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... Dr. Mark Sloan
... Amanda Bentley-Livingston
... Dr. Jesse Travis
... Norman Briggs
... Steve Sloan
... Carl Burke
... Russ Marsh
Carey Eidel ... Jimmy
... Burke's Producer (as Kene Holliday)
... Rosie
... Real Bad Radio Host
... Kitty Lynn Hastings
... Nurse (as Elayn Taylor)
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While Mark is the cooking guest that week in her daily healthy housekeeping show, TV host Kitti Lynn Hastings uses a 26 minutes break for commercials and music to sabotage the wiring in in-your-face radio presenter Carl Burke's bathroom, so he electrocutes himself stepping out of his shower. Mark soon guesses she did it, but has a hard time figuring out how precisely and why exactly, as she had accepted to appear -as target- in his show. Meanwhile Jesse's rotation at plastic surgery makes him suggest to Norman to solve his midlife looks-depression under Jesse's scalpel, but the cutting-edge surgery he shows only gets the potential patient scared. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Mystery | Drama

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26 April 1996 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Kene Holliday, who plays the radio show producer, is better known as Tyler Hudson of Matlock fame. See more »

Goofs

When Kitty gets near the hairdresser who had been playing with a cat she starts sneezing immediately, but she enters Carl's home which is loaded with cat hair and doesn't sneeze until after she has set the booby trap, driven all the way back to the studio, changes clothes and walks out to greet everyone. See more »

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References The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) See more »

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