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The Scene

Kristin is ecstatic over landing the starring role in a play -- even if the play is off-off-off-off-off-off Broadway in some basement in Brooklyn. But, hey, a Manhattan debut is a Manhattan debut. Terry Bradshaw moves into one of Tommy's apartment buildings, and when his generous donation to Kristin's production becomes a one-upping contest between him and Tommy, Tommy puts away his wallet, and makes Terry write Kristin a check for the remainder of the $7000 she'll need to fund the show. Tommy and Aldo go down to the theater to see Kristin do her thing, but Tommy's apathetic compliment -- ""Good job"" -- makes Kristin think that he didn't like her work. So she confronts him, and he admits that he just wasn't buying her climactic kiss with the lead actor, what, since the play is called ""A Kiss Before Midnight"" and everything. When she asks why not, he says that the best acting comes from experience, and she clearly hasn't had much experience -- which reduces her to tears. Kristin goes to

  • Originally Aired June 26, 2001
  • Runtime 25 minutes
  • Production Code 40326-00
  • Network NBC
Name Type Role
Earl Pomerantz Writer
John Markus Writer
Terry Bradshaw Guest Star
Andrew Abelson Guest Star
David Noroña Guest Star
Nick Mize Guest Star
Jamie Gorenberg Director
Ken Levine Director