tension between Maggie
is unhappy when Chris
saves his life; Ed
is intrigued by death.
of the cohos, unseasonable winds that incite people to violence,
Maggie breaks Joel's nose arguing over a game. Despite his truce
offer, a fight ensues.
prevents Maurice from blowing off a roof. Thinking himself in debt
to Chris, Maurice tries to free his conscience with a check for
$30,000. As Chris decides where to donate the money, Maurice stops
the check, having concluded the fall wouldn't really have killed
worry when Ed begins asking people's opinions on ways to die.
stays home until the Coho winds subside. Joel contacts the offices
of "Hoberman and Hoberman." (Josh's [Brand] attorney/buddy
is Tom Hoberman.)
viewers called in to protest Maurice's line, "What about
paraplegia? There's always the possibility of spinal cord damage
-- God knows I'd rather end it all with a 9 millimeter slug than
face life in a wheelchair ..."
and Maggie agree although the sex between them was fabulous, it
was an insane, isolated instance prompted by the Coho winds.
Lopez - Joaquin
Kermit - Kermit Cooley
Townsperson - Jim Bower
Bar Patron - Al Denbeste
the Cook - William
(Note music listed is from the original TV airings. The DVD may differ.)
The Sweetest Thing - Carlene
There I Go Again - Vinx
[Ending - Maggie and Joel walk down the street.]
[In the Brick when Maggie punches Joel.]
Bunch of fruit (banana, watermelon,...) [Talks to Ed about death.]
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Garbo in Anna
Karenina (1935); Warren Beatty in McCabe
& Mrs. Miller (1971).
Maurice almost go splat got me thinking about death,”
Ed writes to Cicelians in an open letter read over the KBHR airwaves
by Chris. “Like when Greta Garbo threw herself under the
St. Petersburg Express in Anna Karenina…or Warren Beatty freezing
to death in McCabe and Mrs. Miller, hunched over in the snow. He