Nick and Loretta - Carla's ex-husband and his new wife - come to the bar to talk to Carla. Loretta can't bear children, so they want to take one of Carla and Nick's existing five kids, namely the oldest Anthony, who is under Carla's custody. Carla is incredulous and refuses. Nick threatens to take her to court, stating that in comparison to his stable life, she is an unfit single mother who works in a seedy bar night after night. She still refuses. It isn't until Nick speaks to her alone that she agrees. Everyone is stunned that Carla gave in. Although she says she's happy with one less child, they can tell that she truly is crushed. She finally admits that she could never stand up to the powers of Nick Tortelli, who has this secret magic over Carla and all women. The gang at the bar proclaim their support for Carla to stand up to Nick and not sign the legal papers. When Nick and Loretta come back with the legal papers, Carla tries to resist the powers of Nick, which, if she succeeds,... Written by
Did You Know?
Per the title, long before reality television came along the TV show An American Family
(1973) consisted of a weekly documentary which followed the real life daily adventures of the Loud family. See more
Sam Malone's batting statistics are implausible considering he was a career relief pitcher. The American League would have already adopted the Designated Hitter rule by the time Sam joined the Red Sox, meaning that he certainly would not have batted in the major leagues. Regardless, relief pitchers very rarely, if ever, bat at any level of professional baseball and receive insufficient numbers of at-bats to calculate the batting averages mentioned by the guys in the bar. See more
Oh, of course I'm going to resist. But all I have to do is be alone with him for a second and I melt.
Then there's one simple solution, we shan't let you alone with him, right everyone?
Everyone in the Bar
References Days of Our Lives
Call Me Irresponsible
Written by Sammy Cahn
, Jimmy Van Heusen
Performed by Dan Hedaya See more