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Episode 19 : A Catheter and a Dipsy-Doodle

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Episode 19 : A Catheter and a Dipsy-Doodle

Posted by Laura Goodwin

8.5

Season 3

Duration  :  

30m

Despite being extremely ill, Christy insists on taking her final exams. Also, Bonnie is furious when she suspects her boyfriend, Adam, is cheating on her.

Genres: Comedy, Drama


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Season 3 | Episode 19 : A Catheter and a Dipsy-Doodle

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Episodes
Episode 1 : Terrorists and Gingerbread
6.5
Episode 2 : Thigh Gap and a Rack of Lamb
6.7
Episode 3 : Mozzarella Sticks and a Gay Piano Bar
6.0
Episode 4 : Sawdust and Brisket
6.0
Episode 5 : A Pirate, Three Frogs and a Prince
6.0
Episode 6 : Horny-Goggles and a Catered Intervention
7.3
Episode 7 : Kreplach and a Tiny Tush
6.3
Episode 8 : Snickerdoodle and a Nip Slip
6.5
Episode 9 : My Little Pony and a Demerol Drip
7.3
Episode 10 : Quaaludes and Crackerjack
7.7
Episode 11 : Cinderella and a Drunk MacGyver
7.0
Episode 12 : Diabetic Lesbians and a Blushing Bride
8.3
Episode 13 : Sticky Hands and a Walk on the Wild Side
7.0
Episode 14 : Death, Death, Death and a Bucket of Chicken
8.0
Episode 15 : Nazi Zombies and a Two-Hundred Pound Baby
7.5
Episode 16 : Cornflakes and the Hair of Three Men
8.5
Episode 17 : Caperberries and a Glass Eye
8.5
Episode 18 : Beast Mode and Old People Kissing
8.5
Episode 20 : Pure Evil and a Free Piece of Cheesecake
8.0
Episode 21 : Mahjong Sally and the Ecstasy
7.0
Episode 22 : Atticus Finch and the Downtrodden
8.0

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