At Strikes (formerly Stuckey Bowl), Lloyd is getting Carol and Molly a beer and saying that the place will be jumping in about an hour. The place now looks like a strip club, with plants and dark lights and Shirley in a g-string, practicing a lapdance on a bowling pin. To celebrate her newfound freedom, Molly has began parting her hair a few inches over to the left. I must say, it makes her positively normal. It doesn't add a thing to her physical stature. Anyway, Lloyd is handing out beers and asking Ed whether he remembers how much the beer cost per case, because Lloyd's bad with figures, and Ed's good with everything. After much cajoling, Ed mumbles that the beer cost $12. 50 per case, and now he's going to have to hear about it for the rest of his life. Lloyd keeps harping on the cost of the cases and how he's the one who saved them $5.50 a case when Ed snaps, leaps over the counter, and tries to kill Lloyd. Lloyd runs away, yelling, "Bring it on, Edna!" Ed chases Lloyd around the bowling alley while Molly laughs at the shenanigans and Carol laughs at Molly's new hair part.
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At Strikes, the clock is about to strike 10 as the group sits around the bar glumly. It looks like nobody has shown up for the grand opening, and Lloyd and Ed get up to go look at the front doors to see if anyone's there. As they round the corner, there's a literal throng of people outside the doors impatiently waiting to get in. The Stevens brothers open the doors and the people stampede like The Who is inside tuning up. The musical montage of the week cranks up as "Who's Got The Last Laugh Now" begins playing. Actually, it's a pretty boring musical montage, since it just shows people bowling and having fun as the Stevens brothers walk around like they own the joint and have an office full of cocaine in the back. The scene's got a sleazy Blow/ Boogie Nights/ Scarface kinda feel to it. Something tells me Ed's going to walk in on Lloyd putting coke on the tip of his penis by the end of the show.