Heather Locklear's ultra-shimmery eyelids are scaring me.
Ally's lecturing George about his attachment to her and neglect of Jeannie. She asks him if she hurt him by moving him into the periphery of her life. "Did I hurt you?" she wants to know. George starts, "Every father feels..." and then Tracy plays a loud bull sound at him. He admits that he was hurt. He and Ally used to talk every day about Ally's dreams, pains, and fears. Suddenly it stopped and he was no longer in her life and yeah it hurt. Ally says she was afraid of disappointing him with the same old crap about her fears of failure. She didn't want him to think she was pathetic at twenty-seven. Oh, Ally, don't worry. You'll always be pathetic to me! Her dad starts placating her as Ally beams because she just loves hearing men talk about her. They're huddled together, holding hands. Tracy says something about the reason Ally's in therapy. Ally and her daddy yell "Quiet!" at her. Tracy tells them that their relationship is easily fixable, but that they need to talk about George and Jeannie. She can't cure their marriage with a theme song, but there's one thing she does know: George loves Ally more than he loves his own wife. Deny that, dares Tracy, and this marriage is dead. George gets pissed. He says he wants to see wacko Tracy's license. Tracy comes out with, "You've got two choices here. You come clean with your wife or you go back to the bar and you pick up women your daughter's age." George will not be bullied by this nut. He gets up and makes a move as if to maybe attack Tracy, but she does something with some electric-sounding device in her hand (a stun gun, maybe?) and stops him. He gathers his dignity and leaves. Ally is perturbed and Jeannie gives Tracy a tiny smile.