Harriette embarrasses Laura when she tries (a little too hard) to act hip and cool in front of her friends. Meanwhile, Waldo gets a job as a cashier at the Mighty Weenie, but Eddie might have to fire him when he does a bad job ... until he remembers Waldo's culinary skills are just perfect for an opening on his shift.
Harriette tries a little too hard to fit in with Laura's social group to bond with her daughter. Laura feels humiliated, until she gets a serious wake-up call from both KC and Maxine. They both reminded her that they have mothers they're not exactly close too. She apologizes to Harriette for her shallow ways and asks her to teach her how to do the Chicken Dance. Throughout the end credits, Carl joins in on the fun with the girls. Meanwhile, Waldo (who has been fired from a tattoo shop for misspelling mom) appears to be a failure at his new job as cashier at the Mighty Weenie and it looks like Eddie will have to fire him. However, Carl gives him a heart-to-heart talk and convinces him to put Waldo in a place he's great at. Realizing that he's a terrific chef, Eddie puts him in the kitchen and right away business is even more booming than before.
- At Mightly Weenie's drive thru, Steve is acosted by a clown after he said thank you. Meanwhile, Waldo comes to Mighty Weenie after being fired from a tattoo parlor for misspelling mom on a client's arm. Eddie offers him a job at Mighty Weenie.
Harriette tries a little too hard to fit in with Laura's social group to bond with her daughter. Maxine and KC thinks she's cool and bonds with her. However, Laura thinks otherwise and is embarrassed with her for telling them baby stories about her.
The next day at Mighty Weenie, Waldo appears to be a failure at his new job as cashier and it looks like Eddie will have to fire him. Steve defends him by trying to convince Eddie to give their friend a second chance just because he couldn't do the inventory right and the IOUs from customers who didn't have money. The stove blows up courtesy of Waldo as he emerges from the kitchen, citing they need a new stove and floors to put it on, before smiling. Urkel reconsiders and agrees with Eddie for once that he needs to be fired.
On Eddie's day off from work, he goes to his father for a second opinion before making his decision to fire Waldo from Mighty Weenie. He tells Carl that he hired his friend and is considering firing him since he's screwing up big time. However, if he does, Waldo will be devistated and he needs his advice. Carl gives Eddie the second opinion that he needed to hear, by having a heart-to-heart talk and convinces him to put his friend in a place he's great at, using a great example on his former partner, Joe Miller. He mentions that Miller was unhappy at being a beat cop, that the lieutenant transferred him to the mugging decoy unit. Since then, Joe was very happy about it and Carl tells his son he's the manager and part of his job is to utilize his employee's strengths. Realizing that Waldo is an excellent cook, Eddie decides to give him a second chance at Mighty Weenie by making him the chef.
Laura feels humiliated, when her mother shows her friends the Funky Chicken Dance and tells her to go away. That is, until she gets a serious wake-up call from both KC and Maxine who reminds her that they have mothers they're not exactly close too. They tell Laura that she should appreciate her mother more because she wants to spend time with her.
Steve is serving both KC and Maxine when Waldo shows up as the chef. Maxine is given a freebie from him, but forces KC to pay for her food. Her friend isn't happy about it as she pays for her food. Waldo leaaves and Maxine asks Urkel how he's been doing. Steve tells her that since Eddie has made Waldo the chef of Mighty Weenie, business has been great. Eddie is impressed on how many people are finsihing their food since he added a bit of gourmet quality in them. Waldo thanks him for not firing him by hugging and putting him in a place he's great at, cooking.
Laura apologizes to to her mother for her shallow ways, but told her that her friends came to see her. Harriette relayed a story of her own when her mother humiliated her on her sweet 16, years earlier by skating with her boyfriend. Everyone applauded except for her and Laura knows how that felt. Harriette mentions to her that she told her friends the baby stories about her because she's proud of her. Laura asks her to teach her how to do the Chicken Dance. Throughout the end credits, Carl joins in on the fun with the girls.