Brian, a priest, responds to a call from his childhood friend, Anna, with whom he's recently re-connected. He comes to her place and she's an emotional wreck. He confesses the he's in love with her, and she confesses that she's in love with Brian's best ...
King Lear is wandering around lost and shattered from what has happened. Gloucester comes upon him and tries to help.
Pupkin and Marsha force Langford to call his office and tell them there is a gun to his head, and unless Pupkin goes on the show, Langford with die.
Pupkin has kidnapped Langford, and is being interrogated by the police. He is very nice about it, but he says Langford will die unless he gets to be on the show. They put him under arrest, and he says that he needs makeup.
Pupkin finally gets up the nerve to ask Rita out on a date. He tries everything to get her to go out with him.
Pupkin is on a date with Rita telling her he'll make it big, but she thinks it's all hilarious. She gets a call from the guy at the bar and has to leave, and Pupkin keeps pursuing.
Marsha and Langford are all alone, and he's kidnapped, and she's in love. She goes through an entire date with him, while he's tied up.
Pupkin tries to see Langford and gets stopped by the secretary. He pushes enough to get Cathy Long out to see him. She tells him she saw the tape and it was good, but a little weak. She also tells him he has no personality.
Two women talk about trying out lesbianism.
Helen has Jessica over for a date, during which Jessica tries to wrap her brain around lesbianism. She shows Helen some research she's done on the topic as Helen tries to seduce her.
Courtroom scene. Jim Kramer is questioned by both the prosecutor and the defense in the trial for custody of his son.
Ted talks to Margaret about his wife leaving him and their son.
Ted tells his child Billy that he will live with his mother now. Ted tries to remain upbeat and positive while Billy cries.
Billy wakes up and asks where mom is. Ted deflects and tries to make french toast (which is a disaster). Ted tries to reassure himself and Billy that everything is going to be ok.