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Shit, shit, fuck, bastard, shit, crap! I’ve got to go—that’s my signal. Can we find and add a quotation of Francis Bacon to this entry? Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, An Gúm, 1977, by Niall Ó Dónaill. The following is a list of episodes of the situation comedy television series Samantha Who? The show’s first season was released to Region 1 DVD by ABC Studios and Disney Studios on September 23, 2008.
It’s Samantha’s first day back at work, and her first board meeting gives her a shocking look at how cutthroat and competitive she was. San — with no memories of her sexual experiences — is torn between experimenting now or waiting for a man she care about. In an effort to regain some memories, Sam seeks help from a hypnotherapist, but it doesn’t yield the payoff she expected. Though Sam is initially resistant, she likes the guy and, having presented herself as an avid hockey fan, asks Todd for a crash course in the sport. After crashing her father’s car, Sam pushes it into a lake so he won’t know how irresponsible she was.
He, in turn, having briefly thought she’d been critically hurt in an accident, buys her a new car, which ups her feelings of guilt. Regina discovers what Sam has done and uses the info to force Sam to model garments at a sales party. After sleeping with Kevin, Sam convinces herself that she’s in love with him and throws herself into the relationship — but they aren’t on the same wavelength. Regina and Dena bond when Sam misses a makeover night. Sam and Andrea work for, and the object of Andrea’s affection — asks Sam to marry him. Todd and Sam share a passionate kiss.
Also at the exhibit, Howard is agitated by a nude portrait of Sam. Regina’s unusual behavior prompts Sam to wonder whether her mother is having an affair — and to do a little digging. Dena and Andrea contemplate opening a coffee shop. In the season finale, Samantha wonders whether Chloe is lying about a gravely ill relative just to keep Todd from leaving her. Andrea and Regina argue about a forthcoming birthday party for Sam. Regina’s old enemy is in a dance competition, and Regina desperately wants to beat her, but she needs Sam’s help. There’s only one problem, the new Sam has two left feet, unlike the old Sam who could dance.
Meanwhile, Todd weasels his way back into Sam’s apartment, just as she was looking to start her new independent life. Sam chickens out of going to Africa when she finds out what she has to do to go. She won’t tell her family this though, as they predicted she would do this. Instead, she hides out with Dena and Andrea so they think she’s gone.
Desperate to regain her memory, Sam opts to join a clinical trial and starts taking pills for her memory. Sam’s memories start coming back, but she doesn’t like what she learns about her former self. Elsewhere, someone confuses Dena and Andrea as being a gay couple, which frustrates Andrea and sends her on the hunt to find someone hotter than Dena. Sam and Regina open up a real estate business.