To Mary's chagrin, her rich and spoiled sister Renata is donating a new wing to the university museum. Mary explains Dick and Nina how much she loathes her sister and Dick thinks up a plan to pay her back for all the grief she caused Mary. Meanwhile, with the money self-proclaimed philanthropist Renata gave them, Sally and Harry buy some new furniture and turn the Solomon's living room into a youth center. As it turns out, Sally and Harry's methods of handling a group of teenagers are a bit unorthodox, to say the least. Written by
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Did You Know?
In the previous episode, Nina accidentally used Vicki's alien curling iron to vaporize one of the masks hanging on the wall behind Mary's desk. The mask is back in this and all subsequent episodes. Given that Mary is an anthropologist who has been seen to be in possession of artifacts, it is likely that this mask was an artifact as well, so it's unlikely anyone would have been able to replace it easily. See more
Dr. Mary Albright
[looking out of the window
There. Right there. That's where they're putting it. Unbelievable!
I know. How dare they attach the new wing of the museum onto the rest of the museum?
References Shanghai Noon