It's been a couple of weeks since Coach and Irene got engaged and since Irene won $2 million in the lottery. However, Coach hasn't seen her at all. In fact she's postponed the wedding a couple of times and even moved, which she didn't tell Coach. It's obvious to everyone at the bar that it is over between Coach and Irene, everyone that is except Coach. Sam takes Coach aside to give him the facts. Just before Sam states the final obvious fact that Irene no longer wants to get married to Coach, Coach asks Sam to be his best man. Sam no longer has the heart to tell Coach the truth. Irene finally shows up, basically telling Coach that things are over between the two of them since "money changes people" and she is a changed person. Coach still thinks Irene is only going through a phase, and that she will eventually come back to him. So Coach still prepares for the wedding. By the scheduled wedding day, Coach, having every faith in humanity, is still certain Irene will show up. With others ... Written by
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Cliff Clavin's mother is heard speaking but is not seen. The voice was not that of actress Frances Sternhagen, who would later go on to play Cliff's "Ma", Esther Clavin, in a recurring role. See more
Oh, Carla, boy I hate to criticize, but I can't actually believe you read these sleazy scandal sheets?! I mean, look at this. I'm even above this. "Bigfoot Stole My Wife". "Have Aliens Taken Over Your Pet?" I mean, this is garbage.
For your information Sam, I don't read those articles. I think they're just as stupid as you do. I get it because they happen to have a great crossword puzzle.
[sits and starts working the the puzzle
OK, let's see. 7-across, "Five-headed cow born in Vermont".
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References Men in Black
Isn't It Romantic?
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
Performed by Shelley Long
& Ted Danson See more