Robin is taking a day off work to spend with Rebecca doing her spontaneous planned dream date that she's fantasized about since puberty: a walk along the beach, a picnic in the park, a paddle-boat ride, a trip to the zoo, The Phantom of the Opera, a late supper and a roll in the hay. But competitive Robin and equally competitive Sam get into a continual war of oneupmanship in bar games of darts and pool, each won by Sam. However, Robin challenges Sam to a game of intellectual cunning: chess. Robin makes the challenge irresistible for Sam with a wager of a week's salary, Sam figuring that he can use the winnings to buy back the bar. Sam accepts despite the fact that he doesn't know how to play chess. Using some transmitting equipment and Norm and Pete sitting in front of a computer chess game, Sam takes on Robin with Norm and Pete's computer help. Could this cheating get Sam his bar back, or will the computer lose, or...? Meanwhile, Rebecca does go on her dream date, her actual date ... Written by
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Robin, the multimillionaire, works for one dollar per year and bets Sam a week's salary, yet pays him only one penny when Sam wins. Using very simplified math and rounding off, the winnings should be two pennies since there are 52 weeks in a year and not 100. See more
Ah, pubescence. An emotional time. I don't mind saying that puberty was one, long nightmare for me.
How's that Cliff?
Ma wouldn't allow it in the house.
Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
Written by Gary De Carlo, Dale Frashuer and Paul Leka
Performed by Ted Danson
, George Wendt
, Kelsey Grammer
, Rhea Perlman
and extras See more