Mort Sherwin, a friend of Sam's, is looking for someone to manage his son's baseball team. The Coach offers to do it, which Sam thinks is a great idea. Diane however doesn't as Coach has never been in charge and she thinks the cutthroat nature of baseball will eat him alive. Both Sam and Diane are wrong: the Coach ends up being a tough as nails manager who works the kids like it's a major league team - all work, no fun and discipline through ridicule. But at least the team is winning. Sam and Diane try and talk him into taking a softer approach, but to no avail. But in the end, is winning everything? Elsewhere in the bar, Cliff offers to lend out-of-work Norm some money, never thinking that he'd accept, and Carla brings in her newborn baby, Lucia, to the bar to breastfeed her. Written by
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He's obsessing. I know all the signs. I had a small obsession myself until I got some help.
Yes, I was obsessive compulsive about neatness. I demanded that everything be in its proper place. But now, look at the laissez-faire attitude I have about my apron. Huh? Now in the old days, I would have insisted that it be pencil, pen, pencil, pen, pad. Well now, it doesn't matter if it's pen, pencil, pen, pencil, pad, or pencil pencil pen pen pad, or even pencil pen pad, pencil ...