Within three hours of getting married, Denny Crane is caught with another woman and Bev Bridge demands an annulment plus 50% of her brand new husbands worth. While the attorneys from Crane, Poole & Schmidt frantically rally around their colleague to rescue him, Bev hires the slick, handsome divorce lawyer Eli Granger to represent her.
Meanwhile, Alan Shore defends Joan Zeder, who was fired from her job after being unable to adhere to the companys strict no-smoking policy.
original airdate--February 28,2006 rating--11.2 million
song--Theme Song--"Babylon" by David Gray
Star Trek Reference: Denny’s new wife Beverly suggests that they move to Hawaii. Denny asks her, “What am I supposed to do? Beam myself to Boston every morning?” (a reference to using the transporter system on Star Trek, commonly referred to as "beaming").
Trivia: There's Fire," Denny Crane (William Shatner) is discussing moving to Hawaii with his new bride. He says, "What am I supposed to do? Beam myself to Boston every day?" This is a tongue-in-cheek reference to Shatner's well-known role as "Star Trek"'s Captain Kirk, who was often "beamed" from starship to planet and back again.