Carla's task is to get Eddie's number retired from the Bruins as a memorial to him. She is circulating a petition to achieve her goal and does whatever needed, including lie, coerce and threaten, to get people to sign. Rebecca's task is to throw yet another corporate party, this time for Larry, a middle manager who is retiring. Rebecca is as enthusiastic about this task as Larry is about his retirement and his feelings for the company, which are not very much. However, when one of the corporate Vice-Presidents, Mr. Sheridan, arrives for the party, Rebecca has to pretend that she put more effort into planning and implementing it than she has, which may be difficult to achieve at the last minute. It might be easier with some advice from Sam. The Cranes are having a party of a different sort. Little Frederick Crane is one week old and it's time for his bris. All the guys in the bar are invited to the ceremony, but they all chicken out from going since they're squeamish about watching a ... Written by
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It's a memory quilt that all the women in my family made for me when I graduated from high school.
Dr. Frasier Crane
Oh, I've heard of these things. A bunch of women get together and embroider patches that string together the happy memories of a young man's life.
So these women were authentic folk artists then, huh?
No, just bored housewives.
Hey, check this out. See this soft blue square here? This is a piece of my very first baby blanket.
Now, what do those little dots signify?
Oh, that represents my very ...