History Series / YesDear

19th Aug '16 2:43:32 PM Monolaf317
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* MakingUseOfTheTwin: Both the twin actors for Sammy are shown toward the end of the episode "Headshot".


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* PottyEmergency: In the episode, "Arm Prins", when Kim tries to sell her titular new invention, Greg is left to babysit Sammy by himself. Because he had not gone to the bathroom in six hours and drank four iced teas during that time, he has to go to the bathroom real bad. While he goes, he occupies Sammy with a ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'' VHS tape, Which of course, starts Sammy's ''Blue's Clues'' addiction for the rest of the episode.
22nd Jul '16 9:22:52 PM meanmetalmario
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim was under the impression that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use, and drove every one of them to quit because she was ''far'' more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl, and even thought she had the authority to ''fire'' them if they ever disobeyed her orders. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine. As a family member, she was the only secretary willing to speak up about this, the rest were understandably too scared to ''[[TooDumbToLive tell their boss that is wife is a horrible tyrant]]''.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim was under the impression that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use, and drove every one of them to quit because she was ''far'' more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl, and even thought she had the authority to ''fire'' them if they ever disobeyed her orders. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine. As a family member, she was the only secretary willing to speak up about this, the rest were understandably too scared to ''[[TooDumbToLive tell their boss that is wife is a horrible tyrant]]''.
22nd Jul '16 9:22:01 PM meanmetalmario
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim seemed to think that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use. She caused every one of them to quit because she was FAR more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine as his secretary.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim seemed to think was under the impression that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use. She caused use, and drove every one of them to quit because she was FAR ''far'' more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl. boy/girl, and even thought she had the authority to ''fire'' them if they ever disobeyed her orders. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine as his secretary.Christine. As a family member, she was the only secretary willing to speak up about this, the rest were understandably too scared to ''[[TooDumbToLive tell their boss that is wife is a horrible tyrant]]''.
22nd Jul '16 8:55:32 PM meanmetalmario
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* BadBoss: Greg had a reputation as this, as all of his secretaries ended up quitting due to a massive workload. It turns out that the massive workload came from Kim, who had been using Greg's secretaries to constantly run errands for her. Greg had no idea this was happening since none of the secretaries had the courage to complain about their boss's wife to his face. That is, until he hired Christine.

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* BadBoss: Greg had a reputation as this, as all of a cruel slavedriver who piled a massive workload on his secretaries ended until they all inevitably get fed up quitting due to a massive workload. and quit on him. It turns out that the massive workload came from Kim, ''Kim'', who had been using Greg's secretaries to constantly run errands for her. Greg actually had no idea this was happening since none of the secretaries had the courage to complain about their boss's wife to his face. That is, until he hired Christine.
22nd Jul '16 8:47:40 PM meanmetalmario
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* BreastAttack: Kim accidentally did this to Mr. Savitsky's then-wife in the episode "Savitsky's Tennis Club" while playing tennis.

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* BreastAttack: Kim accidentally did this to Mr. Savitsky's then-wife in the episode "Savitsky's Tennis Club" while playing tennis. It knocks one of her breast implants out of place.
22nd Jul '16 8:46:24 PM meanmetalmario
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* ManipulativeBastard: Greg's dad. BumblingDad aside, he successfully manipulated them into naming their newborn daughter Emily. He did this by saying a sob story about it on "Baby Story", while Greg and Kim conveniently pass by. [[spoiler: They later find out about it when watching the uncut version, but they keep the name regardless.]]

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* ManipulativeBastard: Greg's dad. BumblingDad aside, he successfully manipulated them Greg and Kim into naming their newborn daughter Emily. He did this by saying They were being filmed for an episode of ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Baby_Story A Baby Story]]'', and at one point, Tom gets the ConfessionCam to himself and tells a sob story about it on "Baby Story", while his beloved aunt and how he always wanted to have a daughter to name after her but only had Greg. Conveniently, Greg and Kim conveniently pass by. [[spoiler: They later are behind a wall eavesdropping on him. When the TV show sends them all of the footage that was cut from the episode, they find out about it when watching the uncut version, but he knew they keep were listening and in fact planned it that way all along. It's entirely possible that the name regardless.]] story he told wasn't even true.



* ScrabbleBabble: Jimmy and Kim play Scrabble. Jim tries to put an O at the end of Kim's "Cheat" to make "Cheato", only to be told by Kim that it's spelled "Cheeto", and that it can't be played anyway because it's the brand name of a snack food. Jimmy then challenges her earlier play of "Ritzy".
-->'''Kim:''' Ritzy is a word.\\
'''Jimmy:''' Yeah, but it's a word about a ''cracker.''

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* ScrabbleBabble: Jimmy and Kim play Scrabble. Jim tries to put an O at the end of Kim's "Cheat" to make "Cheato", only to be told by Kim that it's spelled "Cheeto", and that it can't be played anyway because it's the brand name of a snack food. Jimmy then challenges her earlier play of "Ritzy".
"ritzy".
-->'''Kim:''' Ritzy "Ritzy" is a word.\\
'''Jimmy:''' Yeah, but it's a word about a ''cracker.''''cracker''.
19th Jul '16 5:39:28 PM BURGINABC
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* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: In "Guarding Greg", the security guards are this to Greg, eating lunch and watching TV in his office.
** Also, this is basically the entire premise of the show.

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* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: TheThingThatWouldNotLeave:
** Basically the entire premise of the show is that Jimmy and Christine have taken up permanent residence in Greg's guest house and will not leave.
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In "Guarding Greg", the security guards are this to Greg, eating lunch and watching TV in his office.
** Also, this is basically the entire premise of the show.
office.
26th Apr '16 6:23:42 AM Mdumas43073
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'''''Yes, Dear''''' is a sitcom set in L.A. that ran from 2000 to 2006. Greg and Kim Warner, together with their offspring (Sammy; their daughter, Emily, joins the cast mid-series) led a well-to-do, if uptight and isolated, life, the latter of which started to change when Kim's sister and her husband, Christine and Jimmy Hughes, came knocking on the Warners' house door (with their own children, Dominic and Logan, in tow) asking for shelter. In stark contrast to the lifestyle of the Warners, the Hughes' attitude is far more outgoing and laid-back. Much of the show deals with issues relating to marriage, family, work and/or sex.

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'''''Yes, Dear''''' ''Yes, Dear'' is a sitcom set in L.A. LosAngeles that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 2000 to 2006. 2006.

Greg and Kim Warner, together with their offspring (Sammy; their daughter, Emily, joins the cast mid-series) led a well-to-do, if uptight and isolated, life, the latter of which started to change when Kim's sister and her husband, Christine and Jimmy Hughes, came knocking on the Warners' house door (with their own children, Dominic and Logan, in tow) asking for shelter. In stark contrast to the lifestyle of the Warners, the Hughes' attitude is far more outgoing and laid-back. Much of the show deals with issues relating to marriage, family, work and/or sex.
25th Jan '16 5:43:38 PM bombadil211
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* ProductPlacement: Snapple and Frito-Lay products are often prominently displayed in kitchen scenes.
28th Dec '15 3:56:39 AM bombadil211
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* ReplacementGoldfish: Done as a gag in one stinger. After all four adult characters confess to having "broken" Sam, Jimmy and Christine replace Sam with an identical one and throw the "broken" Sammy out onto the curb!
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