The Carlsons are preparing to go away for the weekend to their twenty-five year college reunion, about which Mr. Carlson has mixed emotions. He is somewhat excited about it, but realizes that he was far from being big man on campus. In fact, Mother Carlson rented a house for him and some of his friends to use as an unofficial fraternity - the Omegas - upon not being accepted into a certified fraternity. His happiest memory of college is his first date with Carmen, when she invited him to a sorority dance, with them skipping the dance altogether and spending that evening at the diner at the Eat and Sleep Motel. As such, they decide to relive that memory by staying at the motel for the weekend. The Carlsons' weekend could be affected by a secret Carmen has been keeping about that night. Meanwhile at the station: Herb is testing what he calls his theory of reverse psychiatry; Bailey is irked at Andy for not taking stronger action to get her a computer to do her financial work; Les is ...
Did You Know?
Aurthur Carlson goes back to Otterbein College for a reunion. Gordon Jump who plays Carlson was a graduate of Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio in real life. See more
When Mrs. Hutchinson said, "Of all the gin joints in all the world, you had to walk into mine", her hands are crossed on top of the counter. When the camera angle changes, her right hand is on her hip. See more
[using reverse psychology on Les in Andy being mad at Les about his on-air commentary
Andy heard your commentary this morning.
I'm not going to apologize.
Apologize? Hah! He thought you were brilliant. He was dumbfounded by your professionalism.
[under his breath as Herb and Andy walk away
[aside to Herb about the failure of Herb's reverse psychology on Les
Don't worry about it. So it didn't work. You are still the best salesman this town has ever ...
Written by David Sanborn
Performed by David Sanborn
[The segue song in the opening scene, which is played again in Venus' second night with Jackie] See more