At the bowling alley, Molly and Shirley are sitting in a booth going over the surprise party that Molly's throwing herself for her birthday. Note to producers: We get the picture. Molly is one lonely woman. But throwing a surprise party for yourself goes beyond lonely...that's pitiful and pathetic. Ed walks up, and Shirley informs Ed about the party. Ed says that's how it's been for years; Molly's always thrown her own birthday parties. Shirley is disgusted, and says she can't be a part of this. I'm right there with ya, sista. This year, Molly wants a moon walk. Ed asks why. Molly's reasoning makes about as much sense as joining the Taliban these days. Apparently, Molly wanted to be an astronaut when she was younger, but instead she ended up a wisecracking sidekick to an aging prom queen. On the other hand, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon at age thirty-two. Since Molly's turning thirty-two, it's only appropriate that she take a symbolic walk on the moon. Ed mentions that it'll be fun when they get drunk. Molly agrees, and they tweak each other's nipples in excitement for an abnormally long amount of time. As she and Ed giggle like schoolkids, a handsome traveling bowling-paraphernalia salesman strolls in. Jim's the name, and flirting with Molly is apparently his game. He's brought Ed some bowling pins that have celebrities faces painted on them. He demonstrates one that Ed mistakes for Beau Bridges when it's actually Jeff Bridges. The entire time, Molly is making goo-goo eyes at Jim like somebody slipped some Crazy Glue into her Visine.
In his office, Mike is administering a checkup to a woman when he goes to reach for a tongue depressor. Here's the catch: there are no tongue depressors! So Mike knocks on Dr. Jerome's door and asks if he can nab a couple of tongue depressors, since he's out. Dr. Jerome tells him no problem...he can borrow as many as he needs because Dr. Jerome never runs out. When he starts running low, he tells Wendy to order more, and she does. That's how it works around the office. Dr. Jerome then notices a small spot on Mike's tie, and offers Mike his own tie. Mike declines, but Dr. Jerome won't hear of it; he loosens his tie and tosses it to Mike. He then offers him his car and his house keys, and reminds Mike that his wife's name is Rhonda and his dog is Spartacus. Mike is about ready to blow when he excuses himself from the room before he Hulks out and slams Jerome's bony ass up against the wall and pummels him with his beefy fists.