After Carla meets Darryl Mead, a Red Sox player who she has been lusting after and who has a mutual attraction for her, she mourns the fact that she is married. With Eddie constantly away with the ice show, she has all the disadvantages of marriage and none of the benefits. Her mourning turns into that of another kind when she receives news that Eddie has been killed saving an ice show performer - another penguin - from being run over by a Zamboni. Things turn worse when she finds out at the funeral service that there is another Mrs. Eddie LeBec, a woman by the name of Gloria who also claims to be Eddie's widow. Gloria even claims to have had twins with him. Carla is angry and confused, and would really like to know what was in Eddie's mind for marrying another woman and what was truly in his heart toward her. Finding out this information may be the only way Carla will be able to grieve Eddie's death properly. Written by
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While Carla is lamenting how little money Eddie sends back from the ice show, Frasier comments that the ice show craze in America never recovered from the loss of Frick and Frack. Frick and Frack were an ice skating comedy duo who were a part of the original Ice Follies show from 1937 until the mid 1950s. They also appeared in movies, and their names became a household term in many countries. Their names became synonymous in two ways: referring to two people who are closely associated to the point they're individually indistinguishable, or as a derogatory term for two people who are oafish or inept. See more
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