A daughter whom Elaine gave up for adoption years ago finds her, through Kate; Willie is intrigued by a pretty client at the photo studio where he works.
Written by Emily Shoemaker; produced by Nigel McKeand; directed by Robert Hartford-Davis.
Tovah Feldshuh: Susan Bowers.
Priscilla Morrill: Elaine Hogan.
Lauren Tewes: Jill Redfield.
Kate: I'm trying to help Elaine save the koala bears, to the tune of six books of raffle tickets -- and now I can't figure out what happened to 12 dollars and 50 cents. Willie: Koala bears? I thought they lived in Australia. Kate: They do. Willie: ... And? Kate: There's a blight. Willie: On Australia? Kate: On the eucalyptus tree. The bears live on them, they're in danger of starving. Willie: Oh... OK, I'll contribute half my lunch if you'll make it for me. Kate: That hulking object out there is called a refrigerator. Open it. Jill (client): Where are the silk roses? Willie: Huh? Jill: He had them set up for my sweet 16 picture -- and the same silk roses when I graduated from school. He has a cold, right? Willie: Yes. He's not expected to survive. Jill: Uh-huh. He gets two a year, and in between, hay fever. You know, Bertrand Hammond has sneezed his way through every momentous occasion of my life. Let's get on with this, huh? And if you say "let's see those dimples," I'll throw up.