To make the next hockey game with the NYPD a wild affair, Tommy mends fences with his ex-co-captain, Ryan, who offers to enlist a fireman who is on leave for beating up three cops. As Lou's affair with Sondra heats up, and Mike comes to grips with Theresa's eating disorder, Franco counsels Sean on how to dump Carol, a woman he says is a bad kisser. And after another day at the track with Uncle Teddy and Arlo leaves him with plenty of cash for Janet and Sheila, Tommy is startled when Laura questions his motives and his sanity. Then, after she's the only one who can stop an angry man from attacking the firefighters removing his morbidly obese mother's corpse from her apartment, Laura gains some credibility with the crew.
Did You Know?
When Tommy and Lou were talking after Tommy took his lumps for his "widow banging", Lou says, "Birth, school, work, death." This was actually the working name of a stand-up act Leary was working on as a follow up to "No Cure For Cancer" which morphed into "Lock n Load" See more
You forgot you were playing those guys this week? Are you crazy?
Yeah, crazy like a fox.
References Blazing Saddles