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3rd Rock from the Sun: Dick'll Take Manhattan Part 2

605. Dick'll Take Manhattan Part 2

Aired November 28, 2000

The Solomons continue their time in New York where, in an alternate universe, Dick is a lawyer, Sally is a sex columnist, Harry is an NBC executive and Tommy writes for Saturday Night Live.

Quote from Harry

Harry: Was I a man who dreamed he was a network executive, or a network executive who dreamed he was a man?

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Quote from Sally

Dick: I would think that given what's happened, you'd be dying to see Don again.
Sally: I don't know. I mean, after Mayor Don, I just feel like I've seen a side of him I really can't trust.
Dick: But that's not the Don you love. The one who went to community college, and went to night school to become a cop.
Sally: And went to another night school after that one didn't work out.

Quote from Sally

Sally: [v.o.] [typing] It's not easy being single in New York City, especially when you're an alien visiting from a parallel universe. [out loud] Uh-oh, that's a little too much information.

Quote from Harry

Harry: Stop it! You're treating me the way you always treat me. Well, we're in New York now, and I'm respected here.
Sally: You get his arms, I'll get his legs.
Harry: What? No! [dials phone] Dubcek, I've got a situation here. Send security to the loft. Huh? What? Well, that's a shocker. Mm-hmm. I see. Yeah. Well, good luck. [hangs up] I don't believe it!
Sally: What?
Harry: I've been replaced by Dubcek.
Dick: I'm so sorry, Harry.
Harry: They said that she was really in touch with what men between 18 and 49 really want.

Quote from Sally

Sally: [v.o.] As for me, I've heard it said that you can't fight City Hall. I don't know if that's true or not, I just needed a segue into "I'm sleeping with the Mayor."

Quote from Mary

Dick: You know, I don't think it's such a good idea for you to be spending so much time in a seedy bar like this, Mary. Maybe, instead, you should be singing in a Broadway show.
Mary: What a great idea. But I'm way ahead of you, handsome. It won't be long before I'll be joining the cast of Cats.
Dick: I've got bad news for you. Mary, Cats is closed.
Mary: Damn, that was fast!

Quote from Dick

Dick: Okay, you can look now.
Mary: The Manhattan skyline. Hmm. Got anything to drink?
Dick: Champagne. I opened it this morning so those annoying little bubbles would have a chance to disperse.
Mary: Good thinking.

Quote from Harry

Tommy: "Hey, look at me. I'm Harry Solomon, big president of the network."
Harry: "Look at me, I'm Tommy Solomon, and I'm a big star on Saturday Night Live."
Tommy: "I make important decisions like where to putt in my office."
Harry: "I get paid the big bucks just for going whoo-whoo-whoo."
Tommy: "Well, I've got some news for you, Tommy Solomon. Your ego's gotten too big. You're demanding too much money. You're fired!"
Harry: "I am out of control, and I do want too much money. You're fired!"
Tommy: "You can't fire me, you peon. You're a lowly cast member on SNL."
Harry: No, I'm Harry now. You're fired!

Quote from Dick

Dick: We're leaving. I'm going home to Mary.
Sally: Wait a minute. But she's here.
Dick: No. This Mary is cold and soulless, and only willing to do one or two more things in bed than the other one. The tradeoff just isn't worth it.

Quote from Sally

Sally: All right, look. Maybe you are willing to give up all this nice stuff, but I sure am not. I mean, whoever said that diamonds are a girl's best friend never saw those black pearls at Tiffany's. Hey, that sounded great. Where's my laptop?

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