Becker and Reggie argue about crime rates. Becker is forced to ask for Reggie's help with an injury, but he initially rejects her suggestion that he see an acupuncturist. Margaret receives special deliveries from an apparently smitten mailman.
Becker is typically cynical about Valentine's Day after seeing a woman stab her husband with a fork, advising a teenager who wants a vasectomy, treating a woman who is allergic to roses, and seeing Linda begin and end a relationship within hours. A hospital visit changes his perspective, and he begins to understand the holiday's significance.
Becker's father comes for a visit and they are surprised that he is nothing like Becker. They like him and Becker doesn't think much of him. When he tells Reggie what happened between them. She tells him that he should try and talk to him.
Becker reluctantly agrees to chauffeur Reggie, Margaret, Jake and Linda to various engagements in Queens. Becker returns to his office waiting room to find Hilton Lucas, Doug Heffernan and Ray Barone waiting.
Among other things, Becker gets an excellent parking space, an unexpected tax refund, and a fruitful trip to the post office. Despite his good fortune, he remains convinced his luck will change-for the worse.