Bobbi, always tired - one of the classic signs of depression - is concerned that Robbie looks jaundiced. She has to deal with him on her own since Bobby is away on another business trip, this time to Portland, where, unbeknownst to Bobbi, he is continuing his affair with co-worker, Sasha. When Bobbi calls Bobby for advice, he convinces her to take Robbie to the doctor, but he also wants her to go see a doctor herself regarding her depression, the latter which she refuses. But Dr. Singh, Robbie's doctor, has two diagnoses: Robbie is fine, but Bobbi is depressed and she prescribes a mild antidepressant to a pill-phobic Bobbi, who promptly pops one anyway when the stress of life becomes too much. When Bobbi calls Bobby in the middle of the night, Sasha answers the phone. Although Bobby calls back with a somewhat plausible explanation, Bobbi, distraught since she knows Bobby is lying, turns to Rob, the refrigerator repairman, for advice, support and comfort not only about Bobby's infidelity but about her self-assessment as being a bad mother. Rob, in turn, offers an unusually sympathetic ear. In the morning, Bobbi realizes that Rob's advice was her own dream induced thoughts. She finally knows what she has to do and throws Bobby out. Meanwhile, the identity of Robbie's biological father is implied by his Texas shaped birthmark. And Robson Arms gets a new owner.- Written by Huggo
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