Peggy wins a two week visit from a certain Jim Jupiter, the "healthiest man in Chicago," which soon turns into a test of wills between Peggy and the TV aerobics instructor who succumbs to Peggy's lazy lifestyle of smoking and eating junk food. When Jim Jupiter literally drops dead afterwords on his TV show, Peggy surprisingly begins to suffer from a rare form of guilt. Written by
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First episode where Peg eats her trademark bonbons. See more
[Al is reading from a newspaper about Jim Jupiter's death
"Jim Jupiter dies on-air on his show." Blah, blah, blah..."county coroner gave his report on Jim's death. Blood sugar level: enough to kill three horses. Cholesterol level: high enough to dam the mighty Mississippi."
This is all my fault, Al. I killed the healthiest man in Chicago.
So? You've slowly been killing me for years and you don't seem to care.
At the end of the episode there is a dedication: "This episode is dedicated to the mighty roach. Let him show us the way." See more
References Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid