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CONTEST - In which 1993 sitcom episode did a main character profess his hatred of s'mores?

In this 1993 episode one of the main characters claimed he hated s'mores because of the supposed requirement that they must be loved solely because of their name.

What was the name of the series and the name of the character who hated s'mores?

asked May 7, 2019 in Name That TV Show by Acpiwetz (388 points)

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Brian Hackett in "Wings"?
answered May 8, 2019 by CarlosCM (211 points)
selected May 8, 2019 by Acpiwetz
Carlos, you’re exactly right. That scene made me chuckle, the way Brian claims how stupid the word is. Congrats!