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No. In all of the show's 571 episodes, Timmy (or Lassie's previous owner Jeff) has never fallen into a well once. He was trapped in mines and pipes and many other things, but not a well; in fact, it was Lassie herself who was trapped in a well in a season 17 two-part episode. From Wiki: "Timmy's in the well!" became a popular catchphrase years after the ...


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Apparently not. From www.lassieweb.org: Other television shows are always making jokes about Timmy being trapped in a well. Which episode was that? Not to disappoint you—and all the writers who have milked this joke for years—but the answer is "none"! The classic Lassie joke has been for years this: "Bark! Bark-bark! Bark!" "What is it, Lassie?" ...


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This plot is in The One With the Cuffs (Season 4, Episode 3). Joey is interrupted in the middle of the day by a door-to-door encyclopedia salesman. Joey, who has never shown much interest in books, is yearning for knowledge that brings him on par with his friends' difficult subjects, so he lets the salesman in. A few basic questions asked by the salesman ...


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This outfit is from the episode "Father Knows Worst" (S20E18): Having burned his tongue and rendered it extra-sensitive to taste Homer samples the bland food at the school cafeteria where he also sees for himself that Bart is a hopeless scholar and Lisa a social outcast. He decides to be a good father by teaching Lisa how to be a popular socialite and ...


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I believe you're thinking of the Simpson's "Wonder Years" spoof. Here's a clip: link The episode is called Three men and a comic book:link


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This is not from Monty Python's Flying Circus. John Cleese filmed it for a 1987 election campaign. From Wikipedia: Cleese switched to the [Social Democratic Party] after their formation in 1981, and during the 1987 general election, Cleese recorded a nine-minute party political broadcast for the SDP-Liberal Alliance, which spoke about the similarities ...


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It's in the intro of The One That Could Have Been Part 1, episode 15 in season 6. Rachel: Hey, you guys! Guess what? Barry and Mindy are getting a divorce! Joey: (To Ross) What is the matter with you?! Phoebe: No, Barry and Mindy! Joey: Oh sorry, I hear divorce I immediately go to Ross. The news leads the gang to wonder what would happen ...


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I think you're looking for 'The one with the trip to Vietnam' They ride mopeds the length of Vietnam and then have to turn them into boats to reach a bar in the water.


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In the episode, When Calls Galactus, Terrax attacks Earth (Manhattan). Galactus isn't terribly pleased to learn that his herald has defected, so he comes back to Earth to do away with Terrax. One problem, Galactus needs to feed, and the only planet in the vicinity is Earth! Since Galactus no longer has a herald to search out planets for him, he attempts ...


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Fairly sure that this isn't a Friends episode at all. Lisa Kudrow plays Denise in PS I Love You and there are parts of that film where she is going around talking to guys and asking questions Are you Single? Are you Gay? Are you Working? If she got the right answers (as in, Single, Straight and working) then she kissed them. if she didn't like his ...


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I believe you are referring to the 5th season episode "Let Them Eat Cake" Meanwhile, Kutner tells Taub he has started an online diagnostic clinic, but used House's name, not his own. Taub blackmails Kutner for 30% of the profits in exchange for not telling House. Kutner has trouble with a patient who insists her breast implants are causing ...


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As this Wikia page explains, this episode is a sequel to 2 other episodes where the Goths were featured most prominently: Raisins from season 7 (where Stan becomes a Goth) and The Ungroundable from season 12 (where Butters becomes a vampire wannabe). The title of this episode is probably a parody of Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and maybe alludes to Dawn ...


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You're looking for Gray Matter, season 1 episode 5, when Walt finally agrees to undergo the treatment. He's scanned about 5 minutes before the end of the episode. It's a machine that uses what looks like a vacuum-sealed clear plastic sheet and green radiation rays. Here's a picture:


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The answer is: Ted's Moment of Glory S6E5. From IMDB: Ted is tempted with an offer to host a game show in New York City. Do Mary and Lou really want to see him go?


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Sounds like the episode Child's Play in the 1984 anthology series Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense: A family awakens to find themselves trapped in their own home, all windows and doors sealed by impenetrable walls. Now they are faced with a bitter sequence of paranormal events forces that have taken over their lives. They discover a solid metal ...


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This is from Episode 11 (S02E05), and Walt correctly identified that it's the "Neanderthal man speaks French" scene, but it's not a great description because that only describes the punchline of the scene, and they certainly look more like cavemen. I'm really struggling to find another source to back it up but it does exist out there copied from some old ...


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It was actually this year. It's professor Cass Sunstein on the Daily Show talking about his book Wiser.


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It's Compromising Positions, the 4th episode of Season 6. (Searching for wearing contacts in context with Garcia and Criminal Minds did it.) Garcia offers to help them out by taking over J.J.’s former duties. Hotch agrees to this nonsense on a trial basis, though he seems to secretly think it’s a terrible idea. ... In any case, Garcia ...


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Sounds like Blackadder to me. The plot of Blackadder's Christmas Carol fits. And here is the Wikipedia page.


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If you Google "Spock Unicorn Dog", it seems that this image is from episode called "The Enemy Within" (Season 1 Episode 5). Scott assists in beaming a dog-like animal specimen from the planet, but he and the others are surprised when two identical creatures materialize - one completely docile and the other vicious. From IMDb's synopsis page: ...


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The beginning of The One with Christmas in Tulsa (Season 9, Episode 10). Monica: I can't believe you're not gonna be here for Christmas. Ross: You're really not coming back? Chandler: Yeah, we have all this paperwork that needs to be filed by the end of the year. If I don't get it done, I'll be fired. Monica: It's so unfair, you don't ...


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This is The Deconstruction of Falling Stars, specifically the part that takes place in the year 2762. Amid growing tension between the Interstellar Alliance and xenophobic elements on Human-settled planets, an anti-Alliance faction attempts to set up forged holographic records to show the heroes of Babylon 5 to be megalomaniacal war criminals. These ...


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"My Half-Acre" (Season 5, Episode 9) . .D. meets the klutzy Julie, and when he becomes smitten, Elliot attempts to help out with romance advice; Carla tries to find Cox's soft side when he refuses to kiss his son; Turk and Janitor put together an air band to win a contest, but Kelso gives them a tremendous obstacle. Here it is: ...


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New Amsterdam (Season 1, Episode 4). Pete: I have ideas. Don: I'm sure you do. Sterling Cooper has more failed artists and intellectuals than the Third Reich. Pete: You know what? I have good ideas. In fact, I used to carry around a notebook and a pen just to keep track. Direct marketing? I thought of that. Turned out it already existed, but I ...


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Track of the Moon Beast It was an episode from the 10th season, using footage from the awful film of the same name. The scene you're describing occurs just after 1 hour, 23 mins and 20 seconds in (video below links to it): And thanks for posting this question - I'd never heard of Mystery Science Theater before, and I ...


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In Season 2, Episode 23 (I'm Your Puppet), Alf starts a ventriloquist act but the dummy takes over his life. In one scene it demands peanuts, so Alf obliges and smashes the shells with the dummy's head: EDIT: Shiz Z. has commented that the episode seems meta-textual, and he might be on to something. This episode, which was written by Al Jean and Mike ...


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You may have gotten it the other way around (understandable, they look alike). According to TVTropes, the episode is Cradle Attraction (season 3, ep 26): "Cradle Attraction" when Chuckie discovers that the girl Megan picks on him because she likes him (read: has a crush). Lil shoves Phil and when he asks why she did it, she responds "it's because I like ...


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I think it's "The one with the Blackout" (season 1 episode 7), the woman that put her fingers on his hair (not his face) is Rachel, and Joey says that Ross is in the friend zone. How to know you're in the Friendzone


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The original episode that line appears to be paraphrased from is "Firefighter Chefs" , Season 18 Episode 6. Firefighters compete and get the meal started with some hearty meat-and-cheese appetizers. Will the judges enjoy them? Then in the entree round, some big errors with a non-basket-ingredient gets one of the judges upset. From the transcript ...



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