Nancy considers a marriage proposal from Timmy's daycare provider (David Birney) -- until he gets accused of child abuse; Willie falls in love with a cat.
Written by Loraine Despres; produced by Nigel McKeand; directed by Peter Levin.
David Birney: Joe Alcott.
Fran Brill: Gwen Ingersoll.
Wendy Schaal: Sarah.
Elizabeth Cheshire: Beth Ingersoll.
Michael David Shackelford: Timmy.
Annie: Joe is ideal brother-in-law material, I'd say. What would you say? Nancy: I'd say I'm not saying. Annie: Guess the competition must be pretty rough these days, what with the divorce rate and all. Nancy: I think I can hold my own. Annie: Sure, but statistics can't be ignored. He's a prime catch for a divorcée. You know, if I was in your shoes -- Nancy: I get the message! Here, eat. Can't talk with your mouth full. Kate: That's what you think.
Willie: I have this date planned for tomorrow night, a big date. She was coming over for dinner... Buddy: Oh, if you're gonna make your chocolate mousse, save me some! Willie: Well, talk to the cat -- he ate all of it. Kate: I'd consider that grounds for divorce. Willie: I'm giving him one more chance. There's always the possibility that he had a sudden craving for chocolate.