In Tool Time: It has been Tim and Al's week of salute to painting. Tim brings up the subject of women thinking that men are insensitive and don't listen. He claims that men are sensitive to other things like details. Tim's guys poker night is in jeopardy because one of the regulars won't be able to make it. They invite Al as a substitute. At home: Tim wants the women and kids out of the house for the duration of the men's poker night, but that is not going to happen. One of the men is Jill's sister's husband Charlie and they are having marriage problems. Charlie is about to leave but Tim talks him out of it and the poker night is a go. He also gives Charlie advice on how to apologize to his wife. Meanwhile, Jill gives her sister advice on Charlie. Written by
Toni Tapola, Finland
Did You Know?
The title comes the song "Luck be a Lady" from the musical "Guys and Dolls". The original Broadway production of "Guys and Doll" opened at the 26th Street Theater on November 24, 1950, ran for 1200 performances and won the 1951 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Musical. Vivian Blaine and Stubby Kaye recreated their stage roles in the movie version. See more
While Tim plays poker, a microphone is visible when Mark gets down the stair. See more
[Jill wants to play poker with the men
You can't sit down at this table unless you can bench-press 180 pounds.
[Al stands up
Al, sit down!
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