Felix starts to read Doris one of his stories and she hates it. Then they argue about vocabulary.
Norma argues with her husband Sonny about the house work she doesn't do because of her doing what she thinks is right.
Lenny is talking to Curley's wife. She gets Lenny to pet her and he loses it and kills her.
Clinton talks to Nancy about money. Nancy has enough and shoos him off.
Clinton comes home exhausted. Nancy talks to him and makes him feel better. Then she tells him that they should have another child.
MaryAlice wants some booze, and Chantelle refuses.
Edwina wants HI to steal a baby.
Maxim convinces his new wife he never loved his dead wife Rebecca. Then tells her Rebecca's body isn't the one in the grave, and that her body is in the lake.
Frank sees a pistol in Helen's purse and reacts. Then he apologizes and they get frisky.
Bob comes over to make amends with Paco and talk about some new ideas. Paco tells Bob to piss off. Then Paco starts taking it out on his wife Leslie and she shuts him down, then she asks him to have babies with her (or cause her to have them...) He flips ...
Lulu seduces Charlie, even though Charlie is really uptight about it. Then Charlie calls work to say he won't be back.
Tyra tries to be happy on her wedding day while bird is pissed that Simuel's a pig.
King Henry tries to rekindle his friendship with Becket, but Becket's new found attachment to religion gets in the way.
Two old men in a park try and deal with getting old. Nat (a cantankerous Jew) starts telling an outrageous tale of him being an undercover agent, right after Midge (a feisty Black guy) swears he won't be taken by Nat's lies.
King Lear is wandering around lost and shattered from what has happened. Gloucester comes upon him and tries to help.
Felicity constantly asks her daughter Agnes to read a letter from her other daughter Claire. Agnes can't bring herself to tell her that Claire is dead.
Daniel and Carla read through the karma sutra, and discuss love, and them, and their relationship.
Tracy is taking Connor out for a swim after the party. Connor tells Tracy she shouldn't marry George, and starts to compliment the crap out of her. Tracy enjoys it, then they go swim.
Lila is on a porch watching a mother lead her son to school.
A woman trapped in limbo cautions her male companion not to fall in love with her.
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