Archie threatens to sue Joe Girgis, the laundromat owner, when his machine breaks down and destroys the laundry. Girgis, the man who owns the laundromat threatens to sue Archie on the claim the Archie overloaded the machine. Mike suggests that rather than settle it in court, they should find an honest person to settle the matter in private. Girgis suggests that Edith should be that person. In hearing the case, Edith decides to remove herself from the case because she knows who is guilty. She remembers setting the scale back five pounds because she knows that Archie gets mad when he gains weight, so Archie was unknowingly at fault. Written by
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I'm gonna go into town and get me a good Jew lawyer.
Do you always have to label people? Why can't you just get a lawyer. Why does it have to be a Jewish lawyer?
Because if I'm going to sue an "A-rab," I want a guy that's full o' hate!
References Marcus Welby, M.D.