3rd Rock from the Sun

3rd Rock from the Sun (1996)

1 corrected entry in Just Your Average Dick (1)

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Starring: John Lithgow

Genres: Comedy, Sci-fi

Just Your Average Dick (1) - S3-E22

Corrected entry: In this episode the aliens are talking about what the average American does. One thing mentioned is divorce. One out of every 4 Americans is divorced, and Harry wants to be the one. However in an earlier episode Dick finds out he has a wife and it is said that he will divorce her. Thus they already have a divorcee...Dick. Since he was already divorced, Dick should have remembered.

luke f

Correction: Even if Dick were to mention that he was a divorcee, Harry volunteers for it before he has the chance to do so. Not only that, but moments later Dick says the family needs to focus on things that the majority of Americans do, and not the minority. Since 1 out of 4 is a minority, the idea is discarded altogether.

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