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"What I Did for Love" (0705)

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Episode title: What I Did for Love
Episode production code: 0705

Episode # in production code order: 136
Episode # in true US premiere order: 135
Episode # in old US premiere order: 136

US premiere date: October 11, 1992
US premiere time: 9 pm

Taping date: September 25, 1992
US premiere rating: 12.9
US premiere share: 19

Written by Ellen L. Fogle
Directed by Gerry Cohen

First camera shot: Peggy is reading at the table, Al comes down the stairs.

Synopsis: The way to a man's heart may be through his stomach, but it's not the heart that's sought by Peggy - who is tired of being ignored by Al in the bedroom so she tries a variety of enticing new outfits in an attempt to whet the appetite of an otherwise starving Al. Unfortunately, the only thing Al wants is a steak dinner.

Recurring character cast:
Seven: Shane Sweet

Guest cast:
Sales Lady: Penelope Windust
Guy: Keith Coulouris
Girl: Jocelyn Kelly

General note: Peg mentions that she is of the same age as Al.

Music: Al sings "Moon River".

References: The episode title refers to the song from the musical "A Chorus Line". When Bud talks to the mannequin, he refers to the 1987 movie "Mannequin".

Goofs: Peg and Al enter Hemphley's and Peg did not have a bag with her. Later on in the scene, she did.


Thanks to Ade Bundy

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