“Ovulation Day” (January 7, 1996)

Mad About You was one of NBC’s major sitcoms in the 90s, but it hasn’t left a legacy the way many of its Must See TV mates have. We talk about why in this episode, which is actually the part one of a two-part crossover with the queer film podcast A Piece of Pie, where we’re also discussing Helen Hunt’s Oscar-winning turn in 1997’s As Good as It Gets.

Listen to Drew and Glen guest on A Piece of Pie’s discussing of As Good as It Gets here.

Subscribe to A Piece of Pie on Apple Podcasts and follow them on Twitter.

Read the New York Times’ write-up on the history of the show.

Read the Vulture piece on how Mad About You defied categorization.

Watch Helen Hunt do PCP and then jump through a plate glass window in the after school special Desperate Lives (which is actually not the angel dust movie, which is called Angel Dusted and which is also entertaining).

Buy the first issue of Drew and Glen’s new comic anthology, Beyond Sunset.

Go shop at our TeePublic store!

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