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Episode 16 : Vera, the Torch

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Episode 16 : Vera, the Torch

Posted by Chris Richardson

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Season 7

Duration  :  

30m

Vera wishes her landlady the worst for evicting her pets then feels responsible when the old crank's apartment catches on fire.


Guest Stars: Robert Picardo, Dave Madden


Genres: Comedy

Episodes
Episode 1 : Sorry, Wrong Lips
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Episode 2 : Do You Take . . . ?
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Episode 3 : The Secret of Mel's Diner
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Episode 4 : Alice at the Palace
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Episode 5 : Joel Grey Saves the Day
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Episode 6 : Alice's Turkey of a Thanksgiving
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Episode 7 : Carrie on the Rebound
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Episode 8 : Jolene's Brother Jonas
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Episode 9 : Alice Sees the Light
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Episode 10 : Vera the Virtuoso
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Episode 11 : Alice Faces the Music
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Episode 12 : Tommy, the Jailbird
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Episode 13 : Jolene and the Night Watchman
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Episode 14 : Mel's Dream Car
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Episode 15 : Come Back Little Sharples
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Episode 17 : The Grass is Always Greener
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Episode 18 : Tommy Fouls Out
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Episode 19 : Vera on the Lam
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Episode 20 : Mel's Cousin Wendy?
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Episode 21 : Sweet Erasable Mel
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Episode 22 : Tommy Hyatt, Business Consultant
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Episode 23 : Jolene Lets the Cat Out of the Bag
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Tags: Alice: Season Season 7 Episode Vera, The Torch


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