When the water is cut off at Greg and Dharma's place, they stay with his parents, to uninterested Kitty's obvious suspicion, while maid Celia is pretty lazy. Greg's room is the deal place to discuss their romantic past and seductive moves. Then Abby arrives in tears, because Larry still considers marriage a mindless convention, she wants open commitment after 28 years, and Dharma decides this requires a family meeting, with the Montgomerys. It gets even worse at night, when Dharma keeps the telephone line open in Greg's bedroom for Abby, Kitty sees Larry wandering around starkers and Greg in bed with Dharma. Edward's moving out after a de facto separation from Kitty is becoming hard to hide. Written by
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Jane, what are you doing here?
Larry was looking for Abby at your place. I offered him a ride since I was coming over to do my laundry.
Why on earth would I let you do your laundry here?
Kitty, look around. I'm the least of your problems.
References The Bride of Frankenstein