Norm brings a beautiful new client, Emily Phillips, into the bar for a drink. All the regulars in the bar believe that Emily's friendliness is Emily coming on to Norm. As such, the regulars egg him on. Diane and Sam are the only voices of dissent in believing that even if Emily wants him, he shouldn't be unfaithful to Vera. Regardless, Norm loves the attention and half-seriously goes along with the kidding. Or perhaps Norm is serious in wanting a liaison with Emily. He has to make a decision on what to do when Emily invites him to her place for a quiet dinner. Not only does his marriage factor into the equation, but also Emily as a client, which is what Norm's professional self sorely lacks. Written by
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The title refers to the The Norman conquest of England in 1066 AD by William, Duke of Normandy and his victory at the Battle of Hastings. The Norman invasion of England was significant because this was the last successful invasion of England to this very day. See more
There's a beer on Emily's table, before Norm brings her one. See more
[to Norm, about having sex with a client
Norman, I think that you better give the lady what she wants. She is a client. If you don't come across, she's going to drop you like a bad habit.
Norman, has it come to this? Are you going to sell your virtue to the first person who buys you a drink in a bar? If you were a woman, I think we'd have a name for you.
Ernie 'Coach' Pantusso
I kinda like Becky. I realize Norma is closer, you only have to add "U" "H".