Rebecca is concerned for Robin's welfare as he is on a works crew picking up garbage, work unsuited to his previous white collar billionaire lifestyle. Sam relishes in rubbing Rebecca's nose about the situation. Carla relishes parading her scantily clad, blouse-wet body in front of the female-starved convicts and their muscled guards. Meanwhile, Norm's life is crumbling around him as The Hungry Heifer is forced to close due to a building sale and demolition. He's not only sad for himself, but for Sid Nelson, the owner and his friend. Norm goes on a mission to save The Hungry Heifer. He starts off with a petition, but in the process of the petition thinks he's found another way to save the building and thus the restaurant. Sid shows his gratitude to Norm, who he has always treated as a son, in an unexpected way by making a special request from him. Written by
Did You Know?
The song played by Sam on the juke box and boom box was originally "I Fought the Law" (as credited on IMDb) but in the re-release of this episode broadcast on MeTV, the song was eliminated and a substitute dubbed in, possibly because licensing or clearances were lost in the intervening years between the original broadcast and reruns. See more
Rebecca, who is speaking to Carla near the back hallway, disappears when Norm walks by. See more
Dr. Frasier Crane
Cliff, do you want to shoot some stick?
Let's shoot some stick, doctor.
[as Cliff and Frasier head to the pool room
Oh hey, before you go back there Dr. Crane, I should tell you that Carla's keeping a guard on the pool table.
Dr. Frasier Crane
Why's she doing that?
I guess she likes him.
I Fought The Law
Written by Sonny Curtis
Performed by The Bobby Fuller Four See more