Fred busts up Lamont's romantic date with girlfriend Darlene, causing Lamont to decide that it is time the he get a place of his own. Moving out, he finds that living on his own is no picnic either. First, he has trouble finding a date, then he has trouble with an intruding landlady. Meanwhile, Fred has a string of dates, mostly widows, coming through on a nightly basis. Lamont comes back home and, too prideful to admit what really happened, tells his father that he is moving back home because he was worried about him being home alone.
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When Lamont is at his bachelor pad and decides to call Joan, he dials 8 digits instead of 7. See more
[At his new place, Lamont is going through his black book looking for someone to invite over, he's on his third choice
Ah, Joyce. Call Joyce and rejoice! I'm calling Joyce.
[Pciks up the phone and dials her number, then into phone
Hello, can I speak to Joyce, please?
[pause, almost offended
Well, who's this?
[pause, then shocked
Oh no! I didn't know she was married! No! No no no no no no no! No messages! Never mind who's calling!