The washer and dryer of the Solomons breaks down and Mary tells them about the laundromat. Tommy, Harry and Sally go there and immediately love it. Harry starts flirting with a pretty blonde while Sally and Tommy soon find out not everybody respects the laundromat etiquette's. Mary suggests she and Dick should find another couple to spend time with and they start having dinners and playing tennis with Gwen and Larry McMichael. After a while however, the McMichael's seem to avoid Dick and Mary.
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When Sally is at the laundromat enforcing "the rules", she and Tommy are parodying Judge Judy and her bailiff, Byrd. This is evident with Sally referencing Judge Judy's book, "Don't Pee On My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining". See more