Diane is doing some part-time teaching at the college and tells Sam that one of her students is falling in love with her. The problem is that she prides herself on being attracted to men solely on their inner beauty, but this guy, whose name is Lance Apollonaire, is drop dead gorgeous which is stirring animal passions in her. He is also young and a student. Sam thinks she is making this story up to make him jealous, especially with such a made up name as Lance Apollonaire. Is Lance real or a figment of Diane's "let's make Sam jealous" mind? Meanwhile, Cliff has reached one of his goals in life, that to become a member of a lodge called Knights of the Scimitar. He wants to invite all the guys into the lodge as well, they all really not wanting to join. He does eventually talk Norm into joining as it's a good place to make business contacts. Norm breezes through the interview and gets into the lodge, which he admits is made up of a bunch of good guys despite his sole original rationale ... Written by
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Norm ended up turning down being a Knight simply because they were banning beer from their gatherings. During a conversation between Sam and Carla, actor George Wendt's shoulder can be seen for several minutes through the window of the bar's front door as he waits for his cue to enter. Later, during another conversation between Sam and Carla, guest star J. Eddie Peck's shoulder can also be seen through the window as he waits for his cue. See more
[Cliff has just joined the lodge The Knights of the Scimitar, and wants Sam, Norm and Woody to join as well, but says he can only ask one person at a time. None really want to, but also don't want to tell Cliff directly
I figured out a fair way to do the choosing, OK? I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 10. Whoever is the closest, wins. Norm, you first.
Well, the number was 4. Norm's closest with 2,000,012.
Darn, I was going to say 4. I should have stuck...
References The Graduate