It's the three loser buddies again. Ed tries to explain to them that he doubts he can get them $50 million because the contract was written on a napkin. Ed asks if they've tried talking to their now-wealthy buddy. They admit they've tried to contact him, but all they ever get are his fancy New York lawyers from the law firm of Farmer and Sheen. The same law firm that fired Ed oh, so many weeks ago. Thus...the plot thickens.
Commercials. There's a new toy named "Country Elmo" for kids. It's the same Elmo from "Tickle My Ass Elmo" fame...except now he's dressed in country-western garb and warbles some godawful children's country tunes. The little boy in the commercial confirms, "HE'S SO COOL!!" Yeah kid. And crack is soooo non-addictive.
Now...back to Ed.
Nancy and Mike are shown in bed while Sara the Bitch Baby is screaming in the background. Nancy lies there, waiting for Mike to get up and check on the baby. Mike is dead to the world and remote parts of Canada. Nancy hits him and crams the baby monitor in his ear, but nothing is phasing Mike. Nancy finally gets up to tend to the screaming little brat.
Meanwhile, Ed is pacing through the bowling alley, swinging a bat when Molly walks in. Molly asks, "Why the bat, Ed?" Ed says he has to face his old law firm in court and really wants to beat these guys. Jack Nicholson shows up, walking up the stairs looking like a crazy man, saying, "Gimme the bat, Wendy. Gimme the bat." Oops. Sorry. I just sat on the remote and momentarily switched over to the Movie Channel's umpteenth-millionth showing of The Shining. Ed tells Molly this is going to be a tough case because he'll be outnumbered four-to-one by the big city lawyers. Molly says, "Not necessarily." We at home wonder what Big Moll's got up her fat sleeve.
We're now in the courtroom, where Molly is pretending to be Ed's assistant. Ahhhh...this is what she meant by not being outnumbered four-to-one. She's so large and in charge that she counts as three people. I gotcha, Molls. The big-city lawyers make a few cracks about Ed's new office. Molly quickly interjects that the reason the law practice is in a bowling alley is to house all the lawyers in his firm. I do not believe in violence against women, but I'm shell-shocked that Ed just didn't backhand the cow at that point.