Sac-n-Pac. Woods finds Wallace, who launches into a rather melodious rendition of "Papa Was A Rolling Stone." Hey, Percy Daggs can really sing! And that's not the only hidden talent he's revealing this episode! (No, I'm kidding, but really, his acting has come a long way in a year.) Woods says he's not there to defend himself, and that, in truth, he doesn't remember much about those days. I guess he remembered not to tell anyone in the clink he was a cop, based on the fact that he's still alive and all. Wallace asks why it took so long for Woods to try to find him, but Woods says he did in fact try, for years. He couldn't get Alicia's mom to tell him where she was, but she did tell him Alicia was pregnant (like, thanks, Mom), and she promised to pass along his letters. He hands Wallace a bunch of said letters, which are all addressed to "Wallace Woods" and marked "Return To Sender." Wallace says that Alicia told him she offered Woods a choice between his job and his family, and Woods counters that if such a choice had been presented, he would have chosen Wallace. Of course, he was so high at the time that he couldn't have told Alicia and Nell Carter apart, so maybe Wallace should take his words with just a grain or two of salt.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A | 730 USERS: C+
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