Mary thinks she might not be respected as dean by her colleagues and Dick convinces her there's a conspiracy against her, led by Judith. Dick and Mary decide to find out more about this by breaking into Judith's office. Meanwhile, Vicky feels bad for Sally because she and Don broke up and talks her, and Tommy and Harry, into a weekend of riverboat gambling. Written by
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Bryan Cranston cameos as a casino tribute singer and although Vicki Dubcek mistakenly references the act as "one of the top five Neil Diamond impersonators" the song being sung is Proud Mary by Creedence Clearwater Revival and the version sung by Cranston most resembles (with lyrics 'rolling like a river') the cover version popularized by Tina Turner See more
When Don brings back Sally's stuff, she finds her suede belt. She puts it on, the beige segment is on her left (our right) and the black segment is on her right (our left) (at around 3 mins). Tommy, Harry and Vicky enter the kitchen. Next time we see Sally (at around 11 mins), the beige and the black segments have traded places. After Tommy says that the floating casino is the size of two football fields, Sally gets up, and the belt segments are back at their original positions (at around 3 mins). See more
During the end-credits, an additional scene is shown of Dick & Mary, back in their office. See more
Written by John Fogerty
Performed by Bryan Cranston See more