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The Job: Gina

McNeil discovers that Ruben is working as a security guard for actress Gina Gershon, and wants a piece of that action. Frank decides he needs to be in on this little opportunity also, so he and the rest of the guys take personal security jobs with other clients. Pip is in trouble when Adina finds a phone number in his pants pocket, and she worries that he is being unfaithful. Jan learns that Al has a naughty little secret.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x4
Production Number: 32-01-207
Airdate: Wednesday February 06th, 2002

Guest Stars
Curtiss CookCurtiss Cook
As Uniformed Cop
Janet HubertJanet Hubert
As Adina Phillips
Michael Charles (1)Michael Charles (1)
As Garrity
Gina GershonGina Gershon
As Herself
Helen HanftHelen Hanft
As Middle-Aged Woman
Joelle CarterJoelle Carter
As Sharon
Kelly OvertonKelly Overton
As Teenage Girl
Sara SurreySara Surrey
As Jan's Cousin
Scott WolfScott Wolf
As Himself
Todd CarrollTodd Carroll
As Carbello
Main Cast
Julian AcostaJulian Acosta
As Al Rodriguez
Keith DavidKeith David
As Tom Williams
Diane FarrDiane Farr
As Jan Fendrich
Adam FerraraAdam Ferrara
As Tommy Manetti
Denis LearyDenis Leary
As Mike McNeil
Lenny ClarkeLenny Clarke
As Frank Harrigan
John OrtizJohn Ortiz
As Ruben Sommariba
Bill NunnBill Nunn
As Pip Phillips
Episode Notes
Adina suspects that Pip may be seeing another woman.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The Weather GirlsIt's Raining Men 

Episode Quotes
Tommy: How the hell does Ruben end up datin' Gina Gershon?
Pip: They were giving up all kinda subtle signs.
McNeil: Like what?
Pip: Gigglin', whisperin', at one point she even gave him a little... ass bump.
Tommy: An ass bump?
McNeil: An ass bump's pretty serious.
Pip: Sure is.
Tommy: What's an ass bump?
McNeil: It's like a hip check, only... softer.
Pip: And more meaningful.

Jan: So what is it about the idea of two women having sex that's such a turn-on for guys?
McNeil: Well, it's ah, it's just like the idea of one woman having sex. Only... it's two.
Jan: Oh, thanks for clearing that up.

Cultural References
Pip: I saw her on Broadway, in Cabaret.

Pip is referring to Gina Gershon's appearance starring as the lead female role in the revival of the musical Broadway show, Cabaret, in 2001.

Jan: Me and my roommate got drunk one night and fooled around. She was so hot, too. Looked a little like Catherine McCord, you know, that blonde chick from the beer commercials?

Catherine McCord is an actress who has appeared in many commercials, and has had many guest appearances on shows like Once and Again, and Two and a Half Men.

Tommy: Frank Harrigan kissing Catherine McCord? That's like a buffalo takin' a dump on the Mona Lisa!

The Mona Lisa is probably the most famous painting in the world. Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci painted it in the 16th century.

Visual: Scott Wolf

Scott Wolf is an American actor best know for his roles on the shows, Party of Five, and Everwood.

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