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June 11, 2012


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The previous episode also ended with Diane becoming enamored with Sam's supposed literacy. Alas, a dream.

Robert David Sullivan

True! I hadn't realized that "Diane's Nightmare" aired the week before "I"ll Gladly Pay You Tuesday." Ted Danson is great as Sophisticated Sam.

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