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Dharma And Greg

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Dharma And Greg

Dharma and Greg was one of my favorite comedy shows, and it was great to finally pick it up on DVD. It's interesting to see a pre-Criminal Minds Thomas Gibson. Dharma & Greg: Sie könnten verschiedener nicht sein: die junge Yogalehrerin Dharma Finklestein und der karrierebewußte Yuppie Greg Montgomery. Eine . Dharma & Greg war eine Sitcom aus den USA, die zwischen 19produziert wurde. In den Hauptrollen spielten Jenna Elfman und Thomas Gibson.

When the car brakes Kim supposedly had serviced fail, Dharma's trust looks like a fatal mistake Dharma's friendship with two police officers gets her anti-establishment father Larry hot under the collar, and the family feud threatens to ruin Abby's surprise birthday party.

Dharma lends a helping hand to singer-songwriters Lyle Lovett and k. Meanwhile, a sarcastic hotel clerk spoils plans for the couple's romantic Valentine's Day getaway.

While spending the weekend at Dharma's parents' house, Greg fears they're in grave danger when an old family friend shows up unexpectedly—Nunzio and Stinky dig up his skeleton in Larry's garden.

Meanwhile, Larry and Abby run into Edward and Kitty on a flight to Washington and discover that Edward is testifying before Congress on an environmental issue that Larry and Abby are protesting.

Dharma runs into an old boyfriend, Scott, whose endless, high-flown tales of jet setting sound more and more like flights of fancy who turns out to be working for the government as a spy.

Meanwhile, Greg's hernia becomes a popular topic for discussion and forces several trips to the doctor. Much to Greg's horror, Dharma tries to help Donald make a memorable evening of his first sexual experience.

Meanwhile, Greg searches for memories from his childhood but decides he would rather remain in the present; and Larry develops temporary powers of recollection.

For the first time in her life, Dharma gets depressed about her sex life when she discovers that Greg can't make a move in the bedroom without checking his day planner first.

Meanwhile, a depressed Greg confides in Pete, who convinces him the only logical explanation for the downturn in his sex life is that Dharma is seeing someone else.

Dharma's ritual of unburdening her sins every seven years reveals things that would be better off remaining a burden. Meanwhile, Larry convinces the Montgomery's maid, Celia, to go on strike, leading everyone to discover how much control Celia has over Kitty's personality.

Greg's old girlfriend Stephanie asks for his help in getting her son into Greg's old prep school; and once Dharma sets eyes on the boy, she becomes convinced that he is Greg's child.

Larry is building the Gazebo he accidentally burned down. After replacing her furniture with Greg's stored bachelor stuff, Dharma is a changed woman.

But not necessarily for the better—she becomes strangely possessed with material ambition. Meanwhile, Edward finally rebels against the fact that even his private den is entirely decorated by Kitty.

When Abby objects to being president by acclamation yet again of the educational co-op, she impulsively nominates Dharma to run against her, and both women are nonplussed when Dharma is instantly elected.

While Abby tries to be supportive, Dharma sets about making changes, which backfire, convincing her that Abby is sabotaging her.

Meanwhile, k. Dharma's vision of a baby sets her and Greg to officially start trying; Pete asks for Greg's help after getting fired; Abby celebrates the onset of menopause.

In the fourth-season opener, Abby's plans for the new baby rattle Dharma, because Abby's admission that she and Larry made mistakes raising Dharma — like letting Timothy Leary be her babysitter — threatens Dharma's memories of her childhood as idyllic.

When Abby's pregnancy is threatened by complications, Dharma feels obscurely responsible, until a visit from the spirit of her dead friend George sets her straight.

Meanwhile, Greg's advice helps Pete and Jane make a move to repair their crumbling marriage: they happily announce they are getting divorced.

Dharma tries to reconnect with her old life by planning a wild road trip to Mexico with her friends. When Greg decides to go along for the ride, Dharma's friends are less than pleased.

Meanwhile, Larry lands a job as a night security guard with Edward's company in order to get medical insurance for the baby. Greg fouls out as part of his wife's New Age softball team, while Dharma learns that Edward's sporting a new lady around town, and it turns out to be an elderly lady at a senior citizens center.

A small war breaks out as Dharma stages a protest to halt Greg's plans to enlist in the Army. But once he does, the legal eagle's stuffy style has the troops ready to boot him out of boot camp.

Abby's labor is a real pain for Dharma when she must share midwife duty with a celebrated author well-versed in childbirth.

Meanwhile, Larry's also acting like a brat, after Kitty and Edward present the expectant parents with a new van. Abby turns a blind eye when Dharma goes the extra mile to help care for the new baby in the Finklestein family.

Their romantic getaway gets postponed so Dharma can set Marlene up with Jane's flaky ex. Dharma realizes she should have left well enough alone when Greg's surprise party nearly brings the Finklesteins and Montgomerys to blows.

Dharma regretfully taps into her hidden anger and a penchant for boxing when a woman challenges her to a barroom brawl. Meanwhile, Larry takes his familial relationship with the boss for granted.

When Dharma and Greg disagree about playing role model to their young college friend Donald, they decide to experiment with independence for the first time since their marriage began.

When things finally get really tense, only an obscure dream and a visit from Abraham Lincoln can close the divide.

Dharma begins to come unglued when she can't figure out what Greg has locked away in his box of mementos; and Larry makes a big deal out of finding a little something for Abby.

Dharma regretfully seeks Edward's business advice when the co-op's slush fund comes up empty, and Greg works with a very successful attorney whom Dharma used to date.

When Dharma decides to go to college, she meets a professor Kevin Sorbo who stirs some feelings that could disrupt her marriage.

Meanwhile Greg and Pete try to get an academy student straight. Dharma must come to terms with her own guilt about Charlie, and resolve which direction the relationship will take.

Dharma gets to know Greg's dysfunctional cousins and in-laws just in time to keep Edward from making a huge mistake in choosing his successor.

Jonathan Schmock. Meanwhile, Larry offers Edward tips on how to revitalize the sexual side of his marriage, and encourages Abby to do the same for Kitty—but their advice "let the other make the first move" leads to stalemate.

Dharma finds a way to bond with Kitty — and score some cash — after unleashing her mother-in-law's secret skills as a pool player.

Greg, meanwhile, races around town to find a replacement rat after killing his wife's beloved house pest. Meanwhile Dharma creates a pass-through but it is not easy as she thinks it is.

Greg loses his cool with Kitty after another one of her annoying charity events, creating a cold front between the stubborn mother and son.

While Dharma tries to bring back the love, Kitty goes out and gets herself a better little boy. Kitty's swing at writing erotica leaves Edward exhausted, while her editor Dharma finds that the work suffers when the couple plays too much.

Meanwhile, Greg avoids the issue entirely by submersing himself into building a model ship. Dharma's paranoia reaches new heights when she discovers her own prejudice against little people.

Greg reunites with an old college friend. Larry and Abby try to play bridge with Edward and Kitty. While converting an abandoned piece of land owned by Edward's company into a community garden , Dharma discovers a cash deposit bag lost decades ago.

The bag traces back to a man who was falsely accused of stealing it Edward Asner and subsequently fired, setting Dharma on a mission to right a wrong.

Dharma drags Greg to a kooky couples counselor after he finds a lost love letter from her old college tutor. But when she refuses to avoid her other man, Greg takes a stand that could cause a parting of ways for the mismatched pair.

After catching Dharma innocently hanging out with her old college tutorand failed suitorCharlie, an enraged Greg moves out. Then the misunderstanding turns into a crisis as they both get caught up in the planning of their mutual friends' impending wedding, compelling Greg to seriously reevaluate his own crazy marriage.

But when he finally sees the light, it may be too late. The car accident has left Dharma with a fractured hip and temporarily using a wheelchair.

Greg, who fared better with just a few minor cuts, mostly feels guilt, and tries to maintain a "structured" approach to Dharma's recovery which, unfortunately for her, doesn't allow for skipping physical therapy appointments in favor of wheelchair-tongue-depressor relay races down the hospital halls.

For her part, Abby believes that crystals and chants around her daughter's bed might help. Larry calls it a "healing ceremony".

Dharma decides that her accident must be a manifestation of the universe shuffling her cosmic deck of cards so that she can help people—from the hospital, physical therapy, insurance company, etc.

Yet while Dharma loves giving help to others, she's not nearly as fond of accepting it for herself, even when she's in a wheelchair.

Meanwhile, Greg deals with an insurance problem—the company has paid them twice by mistake, but won't listen to his attempts to explain.

This episode marks the final appearance of former series regular Jane Shae D'lyn. Dharma learns that her dad, Larry, used to sing and play guitar in a band but gave it all up when she was born.

Feeling guilty, she tries to convince him to perform again. Meanwhile, Larry and Abby set up some old pirate radio broadcasting equipment in Dharma's living room to give her something to do while she's recuperating.

Initially, Greg scoffs at "Radio Dharma," but one on-air debate with a caller later and he's hooked. Meanwhile, Edward's old running suit hits a sour note with Kitty when it is discovered "lost" in a box of Greg's old possessions, and Edward refuses to stop wearing it.

At the same time that Dharma's doctor gives her permission to resume sexual relations, Greg sees their totaled car for the first time since the accident and learns that the insurance adjuster ruled it a case of reckless driving.

Now completely guilt-ridden and overly cautious, Greg's unable to enjoy Dharma's romantic advances. Meanwhile, Edward wants Larry to return the rundown desk chair of his that Kitty attempted to throw out.

While at first annoyed by Larry's insistence that they play games for the ownership of the chair, Edward grows to enjoy Larry's company.

Greg doesn't put out a welcome mat when Dharma turns their place into a temporary bed-and-breakfast. Meanwhile Kitty is having a hippo habit crises.

Dharma finds herself inadvertently trying to compete with a visiting childhood friend. Dharma and September grew up together in a commune, and September has remained loyal to her nonconformist ways, such as preparing a salad with greens that "were growing in the cracks in the sidewalk" and singing songs taught her by Nelson Mandela.

Feeling guilty over how much her own life has changed, Dharma decides to get back to basics. First, she simplifies her wardrobe; then she wonders what else she and Greg can do without—like maybe electricity, or at least Greg's beloved television just before the Super Bowl.

But what worries her most is a suspicion that September may have designs on Larry. And she's right—but they're not what she fears. When Greg starts to dress and act strangely after driving the used car Dharma recently bought, she worries he's been possessed by the spirit of the car's previous owner, a petty criminal and gambler who met an untimely death.

Meanwhile, Edward has Larry set up a security camera at his house to help catch the person Kitty who eggs his house every Halloween, but the "trick" is still on him.

An old performance artist friend of Dharma's who convinces her to co-star with him in his latest work: To live "on display" in an art gallery 24 hours a day for a week.

Needless to say, Greg's not thrilled with her decision, and father-in-law Larry's moving in with him does not help matters.

Dharma and Greg plan to spend Thanksgiving in the Bahamas, but bad weather strands them in Indiana. While they are stuck, Dharma helps plan a couple's wedding.

Meanwhile, Abby hosts a surprise Thanksgiving at Dharma and Greg's house. Dharma tries to learn the identity of Greg's fantasy girl; Greg's truthfulness upsets things at his parents' place.

Meanwhile Dharma is trying to plan a surprise trip to Greg when plans are charged when Kitty and Edward are going.

Animal-rights activist Abby bans Greg from the Finkelstein home when she learns he and Edward are going fishing.

Meanwhile Larry's mom comes to visit for Harry's birthday and will hell break loose? Is Greg proposing to another woman and Dharma bringing another man home to meet the folks?

This landmark flashback episode takes place six months prior to the series pilot and shows Dharma and Greg's lives before they met and married on their first date.

Kitty brings Dharma to the ground-breaking ceremony of her arch-nemesis Teensy Manhart's new outdoor amphitheater. But Dharma takes a flying leap into the path of the spade in protest when she realizes the theater's intended site is a precious wetland.

Abby, Larry and Ed Begley, Jr. A heart attack scare during Larry's business pitch for his chili causes Edward to reminisce about a simpler time in his life, when he wasn't a high-pressured "captain of industry" merely acquiring and merging other companies.

Trying to persuade him to adopt an easier life, Dharma is taken aback when Edward seizes command of a mall sports shoe outlet owned by his company and happily settles in as a crackerjack shoe salesman—until Kitty finds out.

Meanwhile, picking up papers that need Edward's signature, Greg gets a taste of what life would be like as his father's business successor; and realizes as Kitty angrily tells Dharma that the real reason Edward hasn't retired is because he is waiting for Greg to take his place.

The Tooth is Out There. Dharma encourages Larry to ask his brother for a loan to buy a conspiracy bookshop. But when strange things start to go wrong, Dharma suspects that something's afoot.

Mitch Pileggi makes a guest appearance. The Parent Trap. While Kitty prepares to renew her marriage vows, Dharma entertains Marlene's parents. Tuesday's Child.

A little girl forms an attachment to Dharma and Greg; Kitty is ordered to perform community service. The Mamas and the Papas, Part 1.

Dharma and Greg find themselves once again trying to make peace between their polar opposite parents when an argument breaks out over whether the couple will vacation with the Finkelsteins or the Montgomerys.

The Mamas and the Papas, Part 2. In the second half-hour, Dharma and Greg get stuck in a snowstorm after leaving the chalet and begin to wonder how their diverse upbringings will affect them as parents.

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Then Dharma learns something very surprising: Edward and Kitty's marriage was a whirlwind courtship bitterly opposed by Beatrice, who has never forgiven her "free-thinking" daughter-in-law and refuses to pass on the family heirloom engagement ring to her.

Dharma tries to help mend fences before it's too late -- then tries to respect Beatrice's dying wish to pass on the ring when it is much, much too late.

In a coda, Greg is more than happy to let Dharma's violin teacher borrow the Strad for a recital, then learns Dharma has taken up the trombone instead.

Role playing at a golf shop, the couple put on fake Southern accents and wind up endearing themselves to a genuine Southerner -- who turns out to be the federal judge before whom Greg must argue a cast the next day.

After an evening's panic, he decides to tough it out and wins the case hands down while mystifying Pete. But he discovers he has succeeded only too well: Judge Harper becomes the couple's best friend and constant companion, and Greg despairs at having to keep up the pretence forever -- especially when the judge comes to meet the entire extended family.

Bob Berlinger. It's Dharma's birthday, but the surprise she gets isn't what Greg was planning. First his parents take them on a mock foxhunt, and the uncontrollably wild stallion at the stables becomes meek as a lamb as soon as he meets Dharma.

Groom Joaquin swears it's because the horse has fallen madly in love with Dharma, and sure enough Steve starts showing up unexpectedly at the apartment.

Meanwhile, Greg's old flame Barbara is assigned to work with him on a case with an overnight deadline. After a dehumanizing experience with bureaucratic red tape, Dharma is inspired to run for office, and thanks to a pair of wacky opponents and a hefty campaign contribution from Edward, she may have a real shot.

Meanwhile, Pete and Jane find a shocking way to fight the alone-on-Valentine's-Day blues. As Election Day approaches, Dharma and Greg's relationship hits stormy seas due to clashes over her campaign strategy.

Meanwhile, an aggressive opponent may really rain on Dharma's parade. Election day is here, and Dharma has finally mastered the art of politics.

But it's her own body that teaches her that lying can lead to flu, rashes, eye sties, oozing sores and even a bout of the gout. Dharma and Greg join their parents, and even Pete and Jane, on a couples' retreat.

But when they repeatedly fail tests designed to demonstrate the strength of their relationship while Pete and Jane score tops , they resort to covert measures.

Meanwhile, Kitty and Edward find a weekend in the wild to be just that. When Greg rather reluctantly gives Dharma half of his on-line investment account, she becomes obsessed with profit even borrowing from her parents , but unwisely follows a tip from a friend of Larry's and sinks everything into a San Francisco company that promptly sinks even further.

When she appeals to a recently retired Edward for help, he quickly rejuvenates the business, which happens to merchandize women's fashions for men: edrag.

Dharma pushes her mother-in-law's fortitude to the absolute limit when she presents Kitty with an award at a country-club luncheon -- and later wrecks her car.

The episode ends with a food fight between Kitty and Dharma. Meanwhile, Greg becomes Pete and Jane's lawyer. Greg is forced to go with the flow when Larry makes a few improvements in the loft and lets in more than just a spring shower; and Dick Clark pays a visit during Edward's surreal flashback sequence.

Greg discovers he should pay more attention to his wife's intuition when Dharma has a nightmare and begs him not to go away on a business trip.

When Dharma and Greg decide to go on a first date to get reacquainted the old-fashioned way, their courtship doesn't go as well as planned: a furious Dharma moves back in with her parents and refuses to speak to a penitent Greg.

Questioning his place in the universe, Greg begins a journey of self-discovery by exploring his reasons for becoming a lawyer.

Trying to find himself, Greg goes on a "journey of self-discovery", which ends in a seedy motel. Only when Edward takes Greg to a high-power suits party while Kitty takes her to the opera to see " Faust " does Dharma come to her senses and rush back just in time to prevent Greg from accepting a corporate job.

Robert Berlinger. Faced with Kitty's midlife crisis, Dharma decides to help her fulfill her lifelong dream—winning a beauty pageant.

Dharma becomes convinced that the ghost of a recently deceased neighbor wants to conduct some unfinished business—and the spirit soon moves Greg in a rather carnal way.

Greg decides his life's fulfillment lies on the professional golf course, but Dharma isn't so sure if she should let him play through, given that Greg's journey of self-discovery may mean relocating to Scotland.

Abby and Larry decide to make it official after thirty years of unwedded bliss, provided they can get Kenny Loggins to sing at the ceremony. Meanwhile, Greg comes full circle on his search for tranquility when a part-time resident of the local park comes to him with a legal problem.

Constant interference makes Greg wish that his new law practice were a little more private, especially when Dharma keeps solving his client's problems without recourse to the law; Dharma reaches out to her landlady on behalf of the other tenants; Larry pursues an increasingly vindictive feud against his neighbor—who turns out to be his uncle.

In an attempt to make Thanksgiving more enjoyable than last year's debacle which we see in flashbacks , Dharma and Greg devise a plan to entirely avoid their families.

When it becomes clear how much this has hurt everyone, the pair wind up more stuffed than any turkey after eating four Thanksgiving dinners: their own, one cooked barely by Kitty, another with Abby and Larry, and a fourth with Celia's family—who have a fight that top last year's.

While his fledgling independent law practice struggles, Greg feels emasculated when Dharma hits the jackpot in a TV commercial whose producers caught her in a late-night promo for Greg's business.

Worried that they've run out of friends, Dharma and Greg "interview" a series of potential couples to see who meets their strict requirements.

Finding that Greg is overwhelmed with paper work and that her own efforts to help only lead to desktop carnal encounters , Dharma determines to hire him a first-rate legal secretary.

She tries to get pointers from Greg's former secretary Marlene, but discovers that Marlene's only real skill is in dodging work.

After submitting applicants to a battery of tests, both skill-related and New Age, Dharma finds the perfect secretary: the intelligent, caring, spiritually centered Kim—who also happens to be a former fashion model.

When the car brakes Kim supposedly had serviced fail, Dharma's trust looks like a fatal mistake Dharma's friendship with two police officers gets her anti-establishment father Larry hot under the collar, and the family feud threatens to ruin Abby's surprise birthday party.

Dharma lends a helping hand to singer-songwriters Lyle Lovett and k. Meanwhile, a sarcastic hotel clerk spoils plans for the couple's romantic Valentine's Day getaway.

While spending the weekend at Dharma's parents' house, Greg fears they're in grave danger when an old family friend shows up unexpectedly—Nunzio and Stinky dig up his skeleton in Larry's garden.

Meanwhile, Larry and Abby run into Edward and Kitty on a flight to Washington and discover that Edward is testifying before Congress on an environmental issue that Larry and Abby are protesting.

Dharma runs into an old boyfriend, Scott, whose endless, high-flown tales of jet setting sound more and more like flights of fancy who turns out to be working for the government as a spy.

Meanwhile, Greg's hernia becomes a popular topic for discussion and forces several trips to the doctor. Much to Greg's horror, Dharma tries to help Donald make a memorable evening of his first sexual experience.

Meanwhile, Greg searches for memories from his childhood but decides he would rather remain in the present; and Larry develops temporary powers of recollection.

For the first time in her life, Dharma gets depressed about her sex life when she discovers that Greg can't make a move in the bedroom without checking his day planner first.

Meanwhile, a depressed Greg confides in Pete, who convinces him the only logical explanation for the downturn in his sex life is that Dharma is seeing someone else.

Dharma's ritual of unburdening her sins every seven years reveals things that would be better off remaining a burden. Meanwhile, Larry convinces the Montgomery's maid, Celia, to go on strike, leading everyone to discover how much control Celia has over Kitty's personality.

Greg's old girlfriend Stephanie asks for his help in getting her son into Greg's old prep school; and once Dharma sets eyes on the boy, she becomes convinced that he is Greg's child.

Larry is building the Gazebo he accidentally burned down. After replacing her furniture with Greg's stored bachelor stuff, Dharma is a changed woman.

But not necessarily for the better—she becomes strangely possessed with material ambition. Meanwhile, Edward finally rebels against the fact that even his private den is entirely decorated by Kitty.

When Abby objects to being president by acclamation yet again of the educational co-op, she impulsively nominates Dharma to run against her, and both women are nonplussed when Dharma is instantly elected.

While Abby tries to be supportive, Dharma sets about making changes, which backfire, convincing her that Abby is sabotaging her.

Meanwhile, k. Dharma's vision of a baby sets her and Greg to officially start trying; Pete asks for Greg's help after getting fired; Abby celebrates the onset of menopause.

In the fourth-season opener, Abby's plans for the new baby rattle Dharma, because Abby's admission that she and Larry made mistakes raising Dharma — like letting Timothy Leary be her babysitter — threatens Dharma's memories of her childhood as idyllic.

When Abby's pregnancy is threatened by complications, Dharma feels obscurely responsible, until a visit from the spirit of her dead friend George sets her straight.

Meanwhile, Greg's advice helps Pete and Jane make a move to repair their crumbling marriage: they happily announce they are getting divorced.

Dharma tries to reconnect with her old life by planning a wild road trip to Mexico with her friends. When Greg decides to go along for the ride, Dharma's friends are less than pleased.

Meanwhile, Larry lands a job as a night security guard with Edward's company in order to get medical insurance for the baby. Greg fouls out as part of his wife's New Age softball team, while Dharma learns that Edward's sporting a new lady around town, and it turns out to be an elderly lady at a senior citizens center.

A small war breaks out as Dharma stages a protest to halt Greg's plans to enlist in the Army. But once he does, the legal eagle's stuffy style has the troops ready to boot him out of boot camp.

Abby's labor is a real pain for Dharma when she must share midwife duty with a celebrated author well-versed in childbirth.

Meanwhile, Larry's also acting like a brat, after Kitty and Edward present the expectant parents with a new van.

Abby turns a blind eye when Dharma goes the extra mile to help care for the new baby in the Finklestein family. Their romantic getaway gets postponed so Dharma can set Marlene up with Jane's flaky ex.

Dharma realizes she should have left well enough alone when Greg's surprise party nearly brings the Finklesteins and Montgomerys to blows.

Dharma regretfully taps into her hidden anger and a penchant for boxing when a woman challenges her to a barroom brawl.

Meanwhile, Larry takes his familial relationship with the boss for granted. When Dharma and Greg disagree about playing role model to their young college friend Donald, they decide to experiment with independence for the first time since their marriage began.

When things finally get really tense, only an obscure dream and a visit from Abraham Lincoln can close the divide. Dharma begins to come unglued when she can't figure out what Greg has locked away in his box of mementos; and Larry makes a big deal out of finding a little something for Abby.

Dharma regretfully seeks Edward's business advice when the co-op's slush fund comes up empty, and Greg works with a very successful attorney whom Dharma used to date.

When Dharma decides to go to college, she meets a professor Kevin Sorbo who stirs some feelings that could disrupt her marriage. Meanwhile Greg and Pete try to get an academy student straight.

Dharma must come to terms with her own guilt about Charlie, and resolve which direction the relationship will take. Dharma gets to know Greg's dysfunctional cousins and in-laws just in time to keep Edward from making a huge mistake in choosing his successor.

Jonathan Schmock. Meanwhile, Larry offers Edward tips on how to revitalize the sexual side of his marriage, and encourages Abby to do the same for Kitty—but their advice "let the other make the first move" leads to stalemate.

Dharma finds a way to bond with Kitty — and score some cash — after unleashing her mother-in-law's secret skills as a pool player. Greg, meanwhile, races around town to find a replacement rat after killing his wife's beloved house pest.

Meanwhile Dharma creates a pass-through but it is not easy as she thinks it is. Greg loses his cool with Kitty after another one of her annoying charity events, creating a cold front between the stubborn mother and son.

While Dharma tries to bring back the love, Kitty goes out and gets herself a better little boy. Kitty's swing at writing erotica leaves Edward exhausted, while her editor Dharma finds that the work suffers when the couple plays too much.

Meanwhile, Greg avoids the issue entirely by submersing himself into building a model ship. Dharma's paranoia reaches new heights when she discovers her own prejudice against little people.

Greg reunites with an old college friend. Larry and Abby try to play bridge with Edward and Kitty. While converting an abandoned piece of land owned by Edward's company into a community garden , Dharma discovers a cash deposit bag lost decades ago.

The bag traces back to a man who was falsely accused of stealing it Edward Asner and subsequently fired, setting Dharma on a mission to right a wrong.

Dharma drags Greg to a kooky couples counselor after he finds a lost love letter from her old college tutor. But when she refuses to avoid her other man, Greg takes a stand that could cause a parting of ways for the mismatched pair.

After catching Dharma innocently hanging out with her old college tutorand failed suitorCharlie, an enraged Greg moves out. Then the misunderstanding turns into a crisis as they both get caught up in the planning of their mutual friends' impending wedding, compelling Greg to seriously reevaluate his own crazy marriage.

But when he finally sees the light, it may be too late. The car accident has left Dharma with a fractured hip and temporarily using a wheelchair.

Greg, who fared better with just a few minor cuts, mostly feels guilt, and tries to maintain a "structured" approach to Dharma's recovery which, unfortunately for her, doesn't allow for skipping physical therapy appointments in favor of wheelchair-tongue-depressor relay races down the hospital halls.

For her part, Abby believes that crystals and chants around her daughter's bed might help. Larry calls it a "healing ceremony".

Dharma decides that her accident must be a manifestation of the universe shuffling her cosmic deck of cards so that she can help people—from the hospital, physical therapy, insurance company, etc.

Yet while Dharma loves giving help to others, she's not nearly as fond of accepting it for herself, even when she's in a wheelchair.

Meanwhile, Greg deals with an insurance problem—the company has paid them twice by mistake, but won't listen to his attempts to explain.

This episode marks the final appearance of former series regular Jane Shae D'lyn. Dharma learns that her dad, Larry, used to sing and play guitar in a band but gave it all up when she was born.

Feeling guilty, she tries to convince him to perform again. Meanwhile, Larry and Abby set up some old pirate radio broadcasting equipment in Dharma's living room to give her something to do while she's recuperating.

Initially, Greg scoffs at "Radio Dharma," but one on-air debate with a caller later and he's hooked. Meanwhile, Edward's old running suit hits a sour note with Kitty when it is discovered "lost" in a box of Greg's old possessions, and Edward refuses to stop wearing it.

At the same time that Dharma's doctor gives her permission to resume sexual relations, Greg sees their totaled car for the first time since the accident and learns that the insurance adjuster ruled it a case of reckless driving.

Now completely guilt-ridden and overly cautious, Greg's unable to enjoy Dharma's romantic advances. Meanwhile, Edward wants Larry to return the rundown desk chair of his that Kitty attempted to throw out.

While at first annoyed by Larry's insistence that they play games for the ownership of the chair, Edward grows to enjoy Larry's company.

Greg doesn't put out a welcome mat when Dharma turns their place into a temporary bed-and-breakfast. Meanwhile Kitty is having a hippo habit crises.

Dharma finds herself inadvertently trying to compete with a visiting childhood friend. Dharma and September grew up together in a commune, and September has remained loyal to her nonconformist ways, such as preparing a salad with greens that "were growing in the cracks in the sidewalk" and singing songs taught her by Nelson Mandela.

Feeling guilty over how much her own life has changed, Dharma decides to get back to basics. First, she simplifies her wardrobe; then she wonders what else she and Greg can do without—like maybe electricity, or at least Greg's beloved television just before the Super Bowl.

But what worries her most is a suspicion that September may have designs on Larry. And she's right—but they're not what she fears. When Greg starts to dress and act strangely after driving the used car Dharma recently bought, she worries he's been possessed by the spirit of the car's previous owner, a petty criminal and gambler who met an untimely death.

Meanwhile, Edward has Larry set up a security camera at his house to help catch the person Kitty who eggs his house every Halloween, but the "trick" is still on him.

An old performance artist friend of Dharma's who convinces her to co-star with him in his latest work: To live "on display" in an art gallery 24 hours a day for a week.

Needless to say, Greg's not thrilled with her decision, and father-in-law Larry's moving in with him does not help matters. Dharma and Greg plan to spend Thanksgiving in the Bahamas, but bad weather strands them in Indiana.

While they are stuck, Dharma helps plan a couple's wedding. Meanwhile, Abby hosts a surprise Thanksgiving at Dharma and Greg's house. Dharma tries to learn the identity of Greg's fantasy girl; Greg's truthfulness upsets things at his parents' place.

Meanwhile Dharma is trying to plan a surprise trip to Greg when plans are charged when Kitty and Edward are going. Animal-rights activist Abby bans Greg from the Finkelstein home when she learns he and Edward are going fishing.

Meanwhile Larry's mom comes to visit for Harry's birthday and will hell break loose? Is Greg proposing to another woman and Dharma bringing another man home to meet the folks?

This landmark flashback episode takes place six months prior to the series pilot and shows Dharma and Greg's lives before they met and married on their first date.

Kitty brings Dharma to the ground-breaking ceremony of her arch-nemesis Teensy Manhart's new outdoor amphitheater. But Dharma takes a flying leap into the path of the spade in protest when she realizes the theater's intended site is a precious wetland.

Abby, Larry and Ed Begley, Jr. A heart attack scare during Larry's business pitch for his chili causes Edward to reminisce about a simpler time in his life, when he wasn't a high-pressured "captain of industry" merely acquiring and merging other companies.

Trying to persuade him to adopt an easier life, Dharma is taken aback when Edward seizes command of a mall sports shoe outlet owned by his company and happily settles in as a crackerjack shoe salesman—until Kitty finds out.

Meanwhile, picking up papers that need Edward's signature, Greg gets a taste of what life would be like as his father's business successor; and realizes as Kitty angrily tells Dharma that the real reason Edward hasn't retired is because he is waiting for Greg to take his place.

Dharma sympathizes with Greg about abandoning the practice he has built up over the past year—but since this seems to consist of crabby Marlene mismanaging the office and Pete "teaching" three gorgeous young women a "course" in sexual harassment, perhaps the transition won't be so hard after all.

While Dharma enjoys her newfound stardom, Greg's life whirls out of control after a newspaper photo of a burglary hails her as a real life hero and him as her cowardly sidekick.

Supermodel Claudia Schiffer guest stars as Gretchen, a drop-dead gorgeous new lawyer in Greg's office about whom he's having sexual fantasies.

Guilt-ridden over his inappropriate thoughts—especially since it's his "four-and-a-half-year anniversary" with Dharma—Greg tries desperately to get Gretchen off his mind, to no avail.

Meanwhile Dharma has problems with her replacement yoga teacher who is popular with her students. After suddenly joining a rock band that includes the rebellious teenage daughter of one of Greg's clients, Dharma invites the musicians to live with her and Greg.

Meanwhile, security guard Larry is disturbed when his supervisor Walter points out that he gets special treatment because his daughter is married to the boss's son.

When Larry demands Edward rescind all special treatment, Walter obligingly fires Larry. When Dharma discovers that her drivers license has expired, Greg demands that she be a little more responsible—which is when Dharma discovers she has lost the priceless family heirloom diamond ring Kitty gave her.

She discovers it on the roof, coated with tar; and when she takes it to a jeweler for cleaning, she learns it is, in fact, just a really good fake, leading to a confrontation with Kitty.

Zu Beginn der ersten Staffel wird Kitty durchweg als manipulative Persönlichkeit dargestellt, welche hohe Erwartungen an ihren Sohn stellt.

Im Verlauf der Serie ändert sich dies jedoch und sie entwickelt ein engeres Verhältnis mit ihrer Schwiegertochter, jedoch nicht ohne ihre kontrollierende Art zu verlieren.

Viel lieber trinkt er einen guten Scotch , was er umso häufiger tut, je mehr er sich über seine Frau ärgert. Er bleibt auch in aufregenden Situationen gelassen.

Zu seinen Hobbys zählen Golf und Segeln. Zudem ist sie überzeugte Vegetarierin und Tierschützerin. In Staffel 4 gebärt Abby einen Sohn, nachdem sie bei Ausbleiben ihrer Monatsblutung zunächst dachte in der Menopause zu sein.

Er ist paranoid , lehnt Autoritäten und Staatsgewalt ab und hat stets ein offenes Ohr für verschiedene Verschwörungstheorien.

Somit stereotypisiert er den typischen er-Jahre-Radikalen. Sein Vegetarismus ist nur ein Lippenbekenntnis, da er gerne Fleisch isst, dies aber vor Abby zu verheimlichen versucht.

Larry ist Jude. Den Namen Cavanaugh nimmt sie an, als sie in Staffel 2 Pete heiratet, da sie beide am Valentinstag nicht allein sein möchten. Jedoch wollen sie sich bereits nach sechs Wochen scheiden lassen, was jedoch erst in der vierten Staffel geschieht.

Pete ist Gregs Arbeitskollege und bester Freund. Pete ist allgemein ein oberflächlicher Typ, auch was sein eher sexuell motiviertes Verhältnis zu Frauen betrifft.

So ist die Ehe mit Jane nur von kurzer Dauer. Wenn Kitty und Edward verreisen, so ziehen Celia und ihr Mann in ihr Haus ein und tun so als wäre es ihres.

Sie laden dann sogar Freunde ein. Die erste Staffel erschien in Deutschland am 1. Oktober Staffel zwei wurde am Februar veröffentlicht.

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