Coach's daughter, Lisa, stops by the bar to introduce her fiancé, Roy. Unfortunately, he's an obnoxious lout, which is obvious to almost all (Diane initially gives Roy the benefit of the doubt but comes to the same conclusion). Coach has a heart-to-heart with his daughter, in which she acknowledges that Roy is flawed and is using her but says she wants to be married and have a family and thinks that Roy may be her only chance. Elsewhere in the bar, Diane tries her hand at caricature, only to find that -- as is the case with most of her creative endeavors -- her ambition exceeds her talent.
Did You Know?
This is the first time the inside of Sam's office is shown. See more
The shot of outside the bar, between the hook and Act 1 indicates that it is nighttime, immediately followed by Norm walking in greeting everyone, "Afternoon Everybody".
On other occasions, he says, "Evening Everybody". See more
What do you sell?
I sell suits door-to-door.
[pointing at what Roy's wearing
Is this one of the suits, here?
You took the bait, Sam.
[handing over his cigar to his fiancée, Lisa
[standing up to show off what he's wearing
I'm wearing an Omni suit right now, and man am I comfortable. The best part is it's versatility. This suit comes with two coats, three pairs of pants, and five reversible vests. This ensemble makes one hundred twenty combinations, everything from dignified to ...
William Tell Overture
Composed by Gioachino Rossini
Performed by Shelley Long See more