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Episode 51 introduces Marla Pennington as Billy's teacher
Episode 51 begins with Burt and Saul traveling through time in a frantic attempt to find their way home.Detective Donohue enjoys interrupting Jessica and Chester in bed together,until she finally persuades him to leave(John Byner now makes his exit).The Tate women and Mary reminisce in the kitchen,one of those indelible roundtable discussions that made the show so memorable.Danny is rescued from Mel,the guy who killed his wife Elaine,when Mel's girl Millie falls for Danny and knocks out Mel.While making inquiring calls about investing employment,Chester is easily seduced by an old flame,making lying excuses to Jessica in much the same way he always had.Billy catches up on his schoolwork with the aid of his devoted 27-year-old teacher Mrs.Leslie Walker(the adorable Marla Pennington),who confesses her divorced and lonely lifestyle to Billy,who flatters her about how all the students have failing grades because they can't take their eyes off her in class.Such newfound attention inspires Leslie to thank Billy in a somewhat affectionate manner unbecoming for teachers with their students.
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