There. Much better.
We're back in the school auditorium where a kid is trying out for the school play. It's that fat geek from Freaks and Geeks doing his impression of Frank Sinatra singing Billy Joel's "Big Shot." I yell to the wife, "Hey! It's the fat kid from Freaks and Geeks!!" The wife is about as impressed by the news as a deaf-mute.
Back at the car lot, Dick Knight has managed to get Ed behind the wheel of the sports car. Ed insists he's not buying the car. Dick insists he's not selling it. Ed tries to talk about the lawsuit, but Dick Knight tells him to forget the lawsuit...the lawsuit is dropped, just take the freaking car, then walks back into the office building. Ed looks around and asks, "Where's my car?" But there's nobody there to answer his question, and we at home aren't allowed to clue him in, due to that whole interactive technology theory I brought up earlier.
In the doctor's office, we're finally treated to the return of the cantankerous little spit-fire, Dr. Jerome. Jerome informs Mike that he's been receiving a lot of complaints from patients lately about his techniques, so Jerome breaks it to him that he's going to start observing the young doctor as he deals with patients. Mike reacts like he just won a dead wharf rat at a Bingo game...he's clearly not thrilled.
Back at the bowling alley, Sela stops back in. Ed's excited as he tells her that Dick Knight said he was dropping the case. Sela informs him that Dick is doing no such thing and that he just called her to tell her the lawsuit was on. I'm really having trouble swallowing this whole "crooked used-car dealer" character flaw in Dick Knight but for the sake of television, I'll roll with it. Ed's dejected that Dick lied to him. Phil walks in and tells Ed in front of Sela that he's waiting for a chopper to come down and pick him up from Washington that's going to whisk him away so he can help solve this whole fiscal budget report thing. Sela's not buying it.
Molly and Bob finish the casting call and then go to pick their leads. For the female leads it has come down to two contestants: Kelly, who Bob likes, and Jennifer, who Molly has picked. Kelly is a babe...Jennifer is a tad on the homely side. She's ugly. Plainer than plain. Abnormally non-good looking. You get the Polaroid, right? Molly accuses Bob of picking Kelly just because she's beautiful and says that Jennifer is much more talented. Bob disagrees. This relationship is off to a bumpier start than a flaming Concorde in Paris.