Rebecca is afraid that Robin is getting tired of her since after four dates they have not yet slept together. So in an effort to spice up their relationship, she decides to wait for him in his apartment stark naked. However, Sam finds out Robin's delayed by a few hours so he rushes off to Robin's apartment to tell Rebecca, in large part in his wish to see her naked. But neither Rebecca or Sam get their wish when ready to leave the apartment, Rebecca, thinking that she's pushed the elevator button in Robin's apartment, accidentally triggers the security system instead. All the doors and windows are secured and Rebecca and Sam are trapped inside. What's worse is that they also trigger the electronic laser sensor system, so they can't even move for fear of cutting one of the laser sensors. They have to figure out how to get out of their predicament without setting off the alarm before Robin returns. Meanwhile, back at the bar, Norm tries to teach Woody about economics. That lesson ... Written by
Did You Know?
When Frasier rolls a '5' in Monopoly, he actually moves his game piece about 7 spaces on the board rather than the 5 that he should have. See more
When Norm pulls a one dollar bill from Cliff's wallet in the opening scene, it isn't real - it's either a negative of a real dollar bill (the "O" in "ONE" being at the right), or just plain not a real dollar bill. When Carla pulls a $20 bill from his wallet, it appears similarly "backwards", but it's more difficult to evaluate than with the one dollar bill. See more
[Woody, Norm, Frasier and Cliff are playing Monopoly
I'm buying Renton Railroad and I'm putting up a house.
Dr. Frasier Crane
Woody, you can't put a house on railroad tracks.
Why not? My Uncle Jim used to do it all the time back in Hanover, on these tracks near where we lived. I mean, it wasn't a real house though, it was just a fake one made out of sticks and canvas. Yeah, he used to hide in the bushes and take pictures of the engineers screamin'.
He was funny. But he had a twisted side.