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According to Jim: Deliverance (2007)
Dana Goes Into Labor Prematurely
Even the title "Deliverance" makes me laugh. There are lots of laughs in this episode.
The friction between Jim & Dana is perfect. Great comedic delivery & timing.
Poor Dana stuck with Jim & Andy when going into labor. Makes for excellent comedy though.
Highly, highly recommended.
Alice: Alice Gets a Pass (1976)
Especially Strong Episode...
The subject matter doesn't seem to be unusual for the period. I can remember an episode of "Carter Country", Kojak, etc.....where there were unexpectedly gay characters.
Nobody looked more shocked that Alice to find out Jack Newhouse was "gay" after what she thought was a wonderful and romantic evening.
The episode holds pretty well for being 45 years old. In fact the show was off the air for almost 15 years before I was born.
A real good episode.
Charlie's Angels: The Big Tap-Out (1977)
Conning a Crook...
A real sleeper episode from the first season. The Angels using brains rather than beauty to catch the crook. (They're still very beautiful and they can't help that).
Actually I'd love to have seen more episodes similar to this that break the mould a little bit. (Rosemary For Remembrance comes to mind).
A real good episode with an excellent script that was well executed by all!
Intense Season Finale...
No spoilers here. The last episode from Season 1 and the standout episode IMHO.
Lots of tension here. This is certainly a top episode from the entire series. The show should keep your eyes glued to the TV.
Excellent script, acting, direction, etc... No disappointments here.
Phil Hartman as a Laverne Trainee....
This is one of the top episodes in the series. Harry dates a 28 year old which puts off Barbara, Carol & Paige's parents. (Actually this young date is quite likeable, not to mention gorgeous).
Lots of laughs as you would expect with Richard Mulligan, Phil Hartman, etc.......and an excellent script.
I'll go out on a limb an pretty much guarantee you'll have a lot of fun watching this episode. (If you enjoy funny sitcoms).
My #1 episode from the 3rd season. Lots of laughs.
Got to love Stanley's new hobby of looking at "seashells". He brings his binoculars to be ecologically friendly. (Wink-wink).
Joyce (Janet) is fantastic in the episode attempting to shed her "reliable" tag. Helen helps her out.
The scene at the Greek restaurant is excellent as is the scene with Janet & Helen hiding in the bushes.
Lots of fun. Highly recommended.