Bailey studies for a new job, as San Francisco tour guide. Now Kate has dumped Tom for him, they try to get her wealthy father Elliott Bishop's approval, but the conservative city official clearly disapproves of the not ruthlessly ambitious, rather free-spirited commoner orphan knave. Bailey's attempt to portray Charlie as ideal father figure backfires when the Nishops come dine in the restaurant. There part-time barman Charlie resists manager Joe's efforts to train him as assistant manager, a discussion complicated by financial problems dating back to father Salinger's supposedly exemplar management. The Salingers happily provide sanctuary to Julia's rowdyish classmate Peter 'P.K.' Strickler, whose face is bruised after more abuse from his impossible to please stepfather, but when his inexcusably 'blind' mother sends the police to retrieve the minor, the siblings have no choice then ask the victim to leave before social services break them up.
Did You Know?
This is the first episode to feature the standard theme song "Closer to Free" by The Bodeans, in the opening credits. See more
Bailey. Bailey, come on. Coit Tower.
Without question, the most pointless landmark in the San Francisco skyline. Coit Tower was completed in nineteen forty four.
Nineteen thirty four.
...At the bequest of Coit S. Interruptus.
Closer to Five
Composed by Sammy Llanas
(as Sam Llanas) and Kurt Neumann
Performed by the BoDeans See more