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Old 05-20-2007, 08:00 PM   #16
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Any episode with El Puerco (Gregory Sierra)... I wanted him to row me in the canoe and carry me into the tent!
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I think the most moving moment next to Jessica's going to prison is the the episode when Danny's Wife Elaine died in his arms. That always stuck with me. It was so sad. I was disappointed to see Dinah Manoff leave the cast because her character was changing for the better.

That is the "best" time to get rid of a character is when they are becomming a better person. That scene was very emotional.
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It's really hard to name just one episode as the show was a serial.
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This, so I'll just toss in two scenes. Bob in the refrigerator, and Bob doing the mind reading act.
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I think it's a tie between the episode where Elaine has dinner with Danny's family (and is as obnoxious as can be) and the Bob-in-the refrigerator show.
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The first season when Chuck and Bob are introduced. Bob started on Jody right away. This was a hilarious show. I just lent my dvds to a co worker.
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What is your all-time favorite episode of Soap and why?
Kind of a Janie come lately here, but I've been binge-watching my Soap DVDs and have a few favorites. Alien Burt is my favorite storyline - Season 3 really gave Richard Mulligan and Cathryn Damon a chance to shine, in both hilarious and very dramatic scenes (i.e., when Burt thinks he's dying then when he learns he isn't). Burt meeting the aliens for the first time and Alien Burt meeting Mary are hysterical, and I need to watch those scenes again!
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This, so I'll just toss in two scenes. Bob in the refrigerator, and Bob doing the mind reading act.
Soooo funny! I've become a huge fan of Chuck and Bob. I was young, sweet and naive when the show first aired, but now I'm old and snarky. So Bob has really grown on me
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Burt explaining his invisibility to Mary in the tub.

The Vulcan neck pinch.
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Burt explaining his invisibility to Mary in the tub.

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Oooh, good ones, Brady. When he made that bugle sound in the tub scene, I laughed myself simple. And clearly, so did she
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