Cherry learns the difference between a clean wolf and a sweaty, battle-weary gentleman. Austin calls McMurphy out at her going-away party. He seems to speak for all of her guy pals and friends when he says words to the effect, "...even though all this nuts is going on, I want to see the real you, the sexy side, any side...but you've gone all robot." Laurette, still full of joie de vivre, entices McMurphy into being one of her backup singers; the catch is Laurette has to help McMurphy on HER last shift Laurette has no clue what McMurphy even does, except it's full of "men, men, men!" McMurphy realizes these people are her family and she does not want to leave.- Written by LA-Lawyer
Laurette auditions local entertainers to fill in her act, but she can't find one that's even remotely good. Meanwhile, McMurphy struggles to overcome her anger when a very pregnant Viet Cong woman, who was responsible for the bombing of a local bar and killing a private one day away from going home, is brought into the hospital for treatment.- Written by Anonymous
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