Carla is upset that her sixteen-year old son, Anthony, is lovestruck with a girl named Annie. Carla thinks that Anthony needs to spend some time with an adult male figure to give Anthony some idea of what he would be missing by not experiencing male adult life as a single. Sam agrees to be that person. After his day with Sam is filled with 'Annie this' and 'Annie that', Anthony confesses that he and Annie want to get married. Sam's womanizing ways do not impress Anthony. Carla finds out about Anthony's plans, Anthony who credits it to Sam. Anthony and Annie even come in with a consent form to get married. Carla finally offers them a deal: no communication whatsoever for two weeks, and if they still want to get married after that, she will give them her blessing. Carla's thought is that Anthony needs no distraction from Annie for his eye to wander to other girls. What will two weeks apart do to Anthony and Annie's relationship? Meanwhile, Diane tries to get a job as a teaching ... Written by
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Let me fill in on something, Annie. There are three things you can say about Tortelli men. One, they draw women like flies. Two, they treat women like flies. Three, their brains are in their flies.
And one more thing: they throw away the best women.
You know, for a loser, you're not bad.
Ditto, Mrs. T.