After trying to prevent an accident, Fraser is sued for millions by a down-on-his-luck egg farmer, but Ray discovers the farmer's ulterior motive - to pay off immense gambling debts. Meanwhile, Ray and Francesca clash over a lottery ticket.
Did You Know?
When Fraser and Thatcher are trapped in the hen incubator room. Fraser asks for metal wire that is about seven centimeters long. Thatcher then takes one of Fraser's jacket insignia and says that its wires are seven centimeter long, but in reality it would be just about three centimeters long. See more
[on his way to cash in the lottery ticket under Francesca's nose
This is payback time, Fraser. This is for the time she ratted me out for smoking a cigar in the basement with Dave LaConti, for the time she told Paula Scipiano that I was a junior, and for the time she didn't come to the Academy for my graduation because she just had to go see Donny Osmond at the Beacon. Okay? This isn't my victory, Fraser, this is cosmic justice.
Ah, I see.
No, you don't. I don't even know why I try.
All Praise Be To Thee
Performed by The Baha'i Chorale
Text by Bahá'u'lláh
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart See more