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Ed: Something Old, Something New

Ed is feeling down as Thanksgiving approaches. He is soon to be divorced and not looking forward to it. He decides to throw a Thanksgiving feast at Stuckeybowl.

Ed misses his ex-wife Liz, while Carol is missing her ex-boyfriend Nick. Ed sees that his crush is down on her luck and invites her to spend Thanksgiving with him and his friends. "We'll keep an eye on each other in case one of us starts to lose it---like an emotional buddy system."

Ed takes on a Halloween prankster client who was injured by his target. Phil tries a new cash scam by selling "fine Corinthian turkeys".

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x7
Production Number: 107
Airdate: Sunday November 19th, 2000

Guest Stars
Edmund LyndeckEdmund Lyndeck
As Molly's Grandfather
Greg DGreg D'Agostino
As Student
Joe PaparoneJoe Paparone
As Manager
Max RosmarinMax Rosmarin
As Gavin Shrader
Munson HicksMunson Hicks
As Judge Henderson
Christopher MurneyChristopher Murney
As Chester Jacinski
Jane NicholsJane Nichols
As Passerby
Jerry RockwoodJerry Rockwood
As Next Man
John Randolph JonesJohn Randolph Jones
As Frank Jordan
Lizbeth MacKayLizbeth MacKay
As Rita Shrader
Rob Leo RoyRob Leo Roy
As Man Buying Turkey
Episode Notes
$10 Bets - In the supermarket, Mike bets Ed to ask a clerk where the lettuce is by pronouncing it "let-oos".

"What kind of jackass calls it let-toos?" asks the clerk.

Letterman Reference - The man holding the "Let's Go Stuckeyville" sign at the football game is "Late Show" staffer Bob Borden.

Where's Phil? - Phil, with financial assistance from Ed, buys tons of turkeys from the supermarket, raises the price to $300, and renames them "Fine Corinthian Turkeys" in the hope of reselling them.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Hall & OatesOne on One 
Robert and JohnnyDream Girl 
Tony BennettI Wanna Be Around 

Episode Quotes
Kenny (to Carol, re: Ed): There goes one inspirational bastard.

Mike: (about Ed's Thanksgiving dinner) I've got my money on grease fire.

Carol: (to Ed) I can never decide whether you're totally adorable or totally creepy.

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