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Old 10-03-2016, 10:01 PM   #1
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Default Top Ten Episodes of Season Four

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Season 4 definitely had some ups and downs, probably more than any of the other seasons. The first half of that season has some of my favorite episodes, including "The One That Got Away," "Love Me Tender" and "Bang The Drum Stanley." But the second half of that season ... yuck, starting with "Two Rode Together" and "You Gotta Have Hope" (by far the dumbest episode, IMO). Other than "High Anxiety," I could skip the rest of that season without regret.
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I liked the portion of You Gotta Have Hope where the girls were auditioning contestants for the talent show. The rest I agree with you about. Rose was a nitwit, but not delusional enough to be telling the other three that Bob Hope was her biological father.

And in High Anxiety, I loved the storyline of the pizza commercial being shot in their kitchen, but suggesting that anyone could get refills on a controlled substance for 30 years just by calling the pharmacy and not seeing a doctor for a prescription, was just plain stupid.
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