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Episode 12 : Please Mr. Postman

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Episode 12 : Please Mr. Postman

Posted by Jackson Hunt

Rating  :  

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Season 7

Duration  :  

24m

Cliff's loyalties are tested when his new ladylove, a fellow postal employee, commits a rule infraction on his behalf.


Genres: Comedy

Episodes
Episode 1 : How to Recede in Business
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Episode 2 : Swear to God
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Episode 3 : Executive Sweet (1)
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Episode 4 : One Happy Chappy in a Sappy Serape (2)
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Episode 5 : Those Lips, Those Ice
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Episode 6 : Norm, is That You?
9.5
Episode 7 : How to Win Friends and Electrocute People
9.0
Episode 8 : Jumping Jerks
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Episode 9 : Send in the Crane
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Episode 10 : Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back
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Episode 11 : Adventures in Housesitting
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Episode 13 : Golden Boyd
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Episode 14 : I Kid You Not
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Episode 15 : Don't Paint Your Chickens
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Episode 16 : The Cranemakers
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Episode 17 : Hot Rocks
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Episode 18 : What's Up, Doc?
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Episode 19 : The Gift of the Woodi
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Episode 20 : Call Me Irresponsible
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Episode 21 : Sisterly Love
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Episode 22 : The Visiting Lecher
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