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Over drinks at the bar, Malcolm's Grandpa Wesley complains that his wife has been purposely interrupting his favorite television show. But after Malcolm encourages him to show Grandma Bernice who's the boss, Wesley returns after being thrown out of the house. Although Wesley is sure she won't last an hour without him, Malcolm and Eddie are taken aback when Bernice arrives with the rest of her husband's clothes and a firm invitation not to come back anytime soon. Meanwhile, Eddie sets out to woo Nicolette's attractive new roommate, Regina. Once Wesley makes himself at home and invites his jazz band to practice at their apartment, Eddie complains. While Malcolm is reluctant to throw his own grandfather out, Eddie insists, especially after Wesley ruins the dinner Regina was planning to cooking for him. With Thanksgiving approaching, Malcolm turns to Grandma Bernice, who mentions that her husband has also been a pest when it comes to her favorite TV show. Then, after she recalls how much fun they used to have on their dates at the Burgundy Room, Malcolm enlists Eddie in an effort to re-create the nightclub's atmosphere for them. Meanwhile, in her attempt to woo Eddie, Nicolette tries using Hector to make him jealous. After Malcolm invites her to see his re-creation of the Burgundy Room, Bernice is surprised when Wesley arrives. And while he's just as shocked to see her there, too, things between them begin to thaw, especially after Eddie starts in with his impression of singer Sammy Davis, Jr. And with help from Malcolm and Eddie, Bernice and Wesley head home together. Finally, after using Hector fails to get the desired results, Nicolette throws Regina out in order to have Eddie all to herself.
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