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MDMA 

David's romantic plans for Karen's birthday go awry, while Sam and Judy's marriage counselors give them a new "empathy" drug to tap into their romantic feelings, and Misty sets Wheeler up on the world's worst blind date.

Director:

Andrew Fleming

Writers:

Karey Dornetto (teleplay by), Gregory Jacobs (story by) | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Craig Roberts ... David Meyers
Jennifer Grey ... Judy Meyers
Ennis Esmer ... Nash
Gage Golightly ... Karen
Josh Meyers ... Barry
Oliver Cooper ... Wheeler
Alexandra Socha ... Skye Getty
Richard Kind ... Sam Meyers
Richard Masur ... Morrie
Nick Bailey ... Steve Lefevre
Freddie Roman ... Herb
Alexandra Turshen ... Misty
David Fierro ... Ganz
Anne O'Sullivan Anne O'Sullivan ... Hinda
Willem Marx Willem Marx ... Rizzo
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David's romantic plans for Karen's birthday go awry, while Sam and Judy's marriage counselors give them a new "empathy" drug to tap into their romantic feelings, and Misty sets Wheeler up on the world's worst blind date.

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Comedy | Drama | Sport

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The title of this episode is commonly known as 'Ecstacy'. This episode takes place in the summer of 1985, around the same time the United States made it illegal and classed it as a Schedule I narcotic. It was briefly removed as a Schedule I narcotic in 1987. Ecstacy was very popular in the 1990s at night raves. Also, it's worth to note that the therapists in this stated that MDMA is non-addictive. That's not entirely true. It can become addictive if not taken properly in higher doses and also causes dehydration to those taking it at higher doses. Also, MDMA was created in 1912 to treat urinary infection and the US Army attempted to use it in the 1950s as a truth serum (which failed.) See more »

Connections

References Cocoon (1985) See more »

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Calling Out
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Written by Hal Hansford, James Gambone, Jorge Laplume, Randolph Blitz, and William Livesay
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