Ed's in his office when Shirley walks in with a pot of coffee. "Say when," she says as she pours his coffee. Ed waits a beat and says, "When." Shirley, stone-faced, says, "I told you it was funnier." Cara walks in and makes some small talk and says it's really been great having an old friend around. She goes to kiss him like it ain't nothin' but a thang and Ed doesn't advance to kiss her, leaving her hanging. "How embarrassing," Cara says in the understatement of the year. Hell, I was squirming in my chair after seeing that display of skankiness. Ed starts to apologize and she tells him not to. Ed suggests that she drop the case. He says if she wins, George will appeal and it will just go on for years. He tells her all she wants is revenge and this won't make her feel any better. "So what's the answer, Mr. Hot Shot Lawyer Who Can't Even Kiss Me, Is It My Hair, Is It My Hair?" she asks. He tells her that time is the answer. She needs to just put this whole damned marriage behind her and she'll feel better. She says okay. He thinks she's made the right decision. But she has one stipulation in doing this. She wants George to look her in the eye and tell her if he's been cheating all along. Ed says that George can lie when he answers that question -- what's it matter? Cara's hair explains that George has nothing to lose or gain by lying: he'll tell the truth.
Mike gets home to see Nancy sitting there. Nancy feels like a big jerk. This is odd, because it's usually Mike who feels like a big jerk. She says there's nothing wrong with Carmella. Mike points out that maybe Nancy feels threatened because Carmella is doing Nancy's job in raising the kid instead of Nancy staying home and raising her. Nancy says that Sara only grows up once, which is true. Mike asks her if she wants to stop working and she says maybe she does. Mike says that if she does, he and the baby will stand behind her. Nancy wonders how they'll make ends meet and Mike says twice a week he'll go downtown and sell his body. Nancy asks how they'll be able to make ends meet on thirty-eight cents a month. Hilarity ensues.
Ed and Carol are walking into the bowling alley. Carol says the Anne Meara thing is killing her. Anne Meara shows up and they wonder what she's doing there. She says Carol called and left her a message to come by the bowling alley. Carol didn't leave no stinkin' message. Something smells fishsticky in Denmark. The three walk into the alley followed by the president of the local school board and Principal Gable. Phil greets them all and gives a brief explanation of what's going on. Sixteen years ago, the music business and Dan Aykroyd got together and sang a song to help fight hunger in Africa. Tonight their spirit lives on in a tribute to Anne Meara, titled "We Are The Town." Phil turns on the lights and a bunch of Stuckeyville's finest are standing in the alleys grooving just like those people in the USA for Africa video. In my mind, the song will always be remembered for the lines, "We're all here to thank you for the music that we love, and the brains behind this whole idea was Philip Stubbs." Followed by a smirk of Phil's that ranks right up there with the best of 'em.