After Fran, under an assumed name, visits the kind and handsome Dr. Razzo who Sylvia has been seeing regularly, Sylvia admits that she's having an affair with him. On the cusp of their fortieth anniversary, Sylvia feels that Morty pays her no attention. She is feeling not only unloved, but worse in her mind she is feeling neglected. Fran decides to talk to Morty to try and get him to treat Sylvia more romantically. Although he tries, he feels that romantic just isn't him. Perhaps the only thing that can save Morty and Sylvia's marriage is for him to take the advice of a kind and handsome doctor. Meanwhile, C.C., the dictatorial director of Grace's grammar school stage production, needs to find a replacement to play an old haggard man. She believes she's found the perfect person for the role.
Did You Know?
Darling, "seeing" a doctor does not necessarily mean they're being intimate.
Chastity Claire "C.C." Babcock
Oh, please! When I "see" a man you don't think I'm intimate with him?
Not if he sees you.