Jefferson reveals his secret past to Marcy when he tells her that he is a ex-CIA spy in a witness relocation program. Meanwhile, Al gets conflicting emotions when he is offered a $50,000 reward by a certain Walter Traugott, a shady thug who is looking for Jefferson. Elsewhere, Peggy has a toothache from a broken tooth, and Kelly and Bud dress up as bums at the mall to acquire more cash for themselves.
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[considering the bright prospects of street begging to fund their business enterprise
We'll have Bud and Kelly's opened up in no time.
Hey, wait a minute. It was my idea. We're gonna name it after me.
Hmm. There's already a place named 'In-N-Out.'
[fleeing as she chases him up the stairs
During the closing credits, with only Buck in the living room, the TV announcer is reading sports scores, including "and in Los Angeles, the Dodgers still suck". See more
References L.A. Law
Love & Marriage
Written by Sammy Cahn
and Jimmy Van Heusen
Arranged and Conducted by Nelson Riddle
Performed by Frank Sinatra See more