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That '80s Show: Tuesday Comes Over

Katie invites Tuesday to stay at her place; Sophia convinces R.T. to buy a hottub; and Roger tries to sell his car by the end of the day.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x3
Production Number: 103
Airdate: Wednesday February 06th, 2002

Director: Terry Hughes
Writer: Elaine Aronson

Guest Stars
T.J. ThyneT.J. Thyne
As Frank
Rance HowardRance Howard
As Mr. Bailey
Marjorie LovettMarjorie Lovett
As Mrs. Bailey
D.C. DouglasD.C. Douglas
As Customer

Co-Guest Stars
Joe LissJoe Liss
As Hoover
Main Cast
Glenn HowertonGlenn Howerton
As Corey Howard
Tinsley GrimesTinsley Grimes
As Katie Howard
Chyler LeighChyler Leigh
As June Tuesday
Eddie ShinEddie Shin
As Roger Park
Margaret SmithMargaret Smith
As Margaret
Geoff PiersonGeoff Pierson
As RT Howard
Episode Notes
As part of a promotional night for the film Big Fat Liar starring Frankie Muniz, this episode was hosted by Frankie Muniz.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
HelixNo Rest for the Wicked 
ZebraWho's Behind The Door? 

Episode Quotes
Corey: Well, hey, she's got her own place. Why does she have to come over here and rifle through my sock drawer?
Katie: What's wrong with you? Her place is too small for a sock drawer.
Corey: I don't care if she lives in a dumpster.
Katie: It's a Subaru.

Katie: Okay, this is how it works. Say you finish reading the paper. Now, where does it go? Receptacle A? B? Or C?
RT: Hmm, let me think, uh ... D. I don't care.

Tuesday: Look, I'm kind of in between places. I move into a new apartment on Monday.
Katie: Oh, good. Only four days. You know what would really be great? If you could stay in an actual house. Oh my God, I live in one! What a coincidence!

Corey: Truce?
Tuesday: Whatever.
Margaret: Wow. The sexual tension is so thick in here. This is like watching Scarecrow and Mrs. King.

Corey: Listen, I'm sorry I lied. Okay? Maybe I was just a little bit embarrassed about still living at home.
Tuesday: Okay, you know what? I'm sorry you lied, too.

Tuesday: Have you got a washer/dryer?
Katie: Does Joanie love Chachi?

Tuesday: Just so you know, I may do laundry at your house every once in a while. I have got to know how your sister got my shirt so soft.
(sniffs) Downey. Clapton couldn't live without it. Even when that man was strung-out, he smelled April-fresh. Boy, that takes me back. Okay, that was far enough.

Cultural References
Margaret: Downey. Clapton couldn't live without it.

Margaret is referring to singer Eric Clapton.

Margaret: This is like watching Scarecrow and Mrs. King.

Scarecrow and Mrs. King was a CBS drama series that ran from 1983 until 1987.

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