Molly and Carol are strutting down a rainy street, arm in arm as always, as Molly brags to Carol about her latest beau, Jeff, the book guy. Apparently, Jeff didn't stand a chance once Molly turned on that "Molly Hudson charm." Something tells me that if I ever had Molly Hudson charm on me, I'd scour my body with SOS pads for several days. Jeff's going to be calling her soon to set up a date. Carol tries to act like she's jealous, but c'mon -- Carol can have any lunkhead in Stuckeyville. Molly gets one bone thrown her way and thinks she's Mae West all of a sudden.
Meanwhile, while the two femme fatales are walking down a rainy street, Ed, Mike, Nancy and evil baby Sara are enjoying a sunny day at the park. Wait a...wait a damned second here. How big is Stuckeyville? I've heard of isolated showers...but this one takes the cake. Anyway...Ed's still bitching about the demise of the Jasperbowl. Mainly, he's pissed because it kills him to think that Stuckey Bowl will probably be torn down after he dies. Molly and Carol walk up, dry as a dead man's mouth and wanting to know what the topic of conversation could possibly be. Nancy shares that Ed's still bitching about Stuckey Bowl being torn down once he dies. Molly tells Ed that nothing lasts forever. Mike says, "Nothing except..." Everyone waits for him to finish his sentence when he says "I thought I could make up an easy joke there but nothing came." Nancy offers Mike some friendly advice...don't speak. Ed comes up with a plan: he's going to approach the Stuckeyville City Council to seek landmark status for the Stuckey Bowl. Carol doesn't think it will work; she supposes that he'll have a tough time convincing the City Council that the bowling alley deserves landmark status. Ed says that Carol has obviously never experienced the boyish charms of one Edward J. Stevens. Molly says, "Oh, I think she has," and Carol smiles a demure little smile that says, "You almost got in my panties at one time, Edward J. Stevens." Suddenly, Mike blurts, "Gonnorhea!" because according to Dr. Mike, it lasts forever.
Mike and Ed are walking to Mike's office when Phil pops out wearing dark sunglasses and looking shiftier than usual. Phil has a favor to ask of Mike. Ed says, "This is 'the guy'?" and Phil allows that it is. Ed says that Mike is not "a guy" as in "I know a guy." "A guy" in that case would be someone rather shifty and unscrupulous. Phil asks Ed whether they can agree to disagree, and then asks Mike whether he can get his hands on some generic Hexomyacin for a friend of his. Mike says he's never heard of Hexomyacin. Phil pulls out a five spot and says, "Maybe this will refresh your memory." Mike says he's not looking for a bribe; he's just never heard of the drug. Phil realizes that he's got a tough nut to crack here and shoves two five-dollar bills into Mike's coat pocket. Ed explains what's going on. Phil produces one of the Hexomyacin pills, and Mike says he will send it off to the lab to see what exactly this Hexomyacin is. Dr. Jerome steps outside and says he hates to disturb the tea party, but there's all these people sitting in the waiting room; he asks Mike whether he would have any idea what they're doing at the office. "Aren't those your patients?" Phil asks Mike. "Very good," Dr. Jerome says. "Your little hippie friend is very perceptive." Mike tells Dr. Jerome that he'll be right in, and Jerome says, "No, you enjoy yourself. Don't worry about the sick and dying in here." Dr. Jerome walks back into the building and Phil smiles and opines, "That guy's cool!" I'd love to see a show that revolved around Phil and Dr. Jerome. Maybe a spinoff where Phil is Jerome's assistant in a nursing home or something. Man. Talk about your Yuks Aplenty.