|“||Dick: Harry, why don't you come out and look at the stars with us?
Harry: Oh no, you're not putting me out for the night again. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me six times, shame on me.
|Dick's First Birthday|
|Season 1, Episode 3|
|Air date||23 January, 1996|
|Written by||Andy Cowen|
|Directed by||Robert Berlinger|
"Dick is from Mars, Sally is from Venus"
Dick and the rest of the crew discover that humans have ages and birthdays and that people should 'act their age'. Dick orders the crew to also get birthdays. This poses no problem for Tommy, Harry or Sally as they are happy with their ages and also the body that comes with it, however, Dick, being middle-aged, doesn't like it one bit.
Things are made worse for Dick when Mary gives him a birthday card that reads 'You look a million dollars... old and wrinkled!'. Dick becomes offended struggles to come to terms with his being 'over the hill', and so strives to become young again, by dying his hair black and wearing ridiculously tight leather trousers.
- Dick Solomon - John Lithgow
- Sally Solomon - Kristen Johnston
- Harry Solomon - French Stewart
- Tommy Solomon - Joseph Gordon-Levitt
- Dr. Mary Albright - Jane Curtin
Recurring Cast And Guest Stars
- Nina Campbell - Simbi Khali
- Leon - Ian Lithgow
- Bug Pollone - David DeLuise
- Caryn - Danielle Nicolet
- Pitman - Chris Hogan
- Coach Strickland - Michael Milhoan
This is the first time Dick uses the line 'Oh my God, I'm Gorgeous'
Michael Milhoan makes his first of three appearances as Coach Strickland
This is the second episode directed byRobert Berlinger and the first to be written by Andy Cowen.
This episode's production code is 106
|“||Dick: Dr. Albright, have I been a perfect ass?
Mary: Oh, nobody's perfect!