After figuring the taxes for the year, Willie breaks the news to Phil. Is Phil too extravagant in his business dealings, and paying his band members. Phil is faced with firing his musicians who are worthless, and don’t contribute. Is Frankie’s future going to be in danger? Phil sings, On the Mississippi.
There’s no other way, Phil has to cut salaries, and Remley is the first to feel the pinch. Will Phil fall prey to Frankie’s sob stories? Will Alice agree to let Frankie move in to help him with expenses? Alice sings, Nobody’s Chasing Me.
Housing is hard to find. Will it elp if Alice flaunts her good looks? Will Frankie be too ppicky? When the only place is one for families, will Frankie be able to borrow Alice as his wife? How desperate is she? Will Phil stand for Frankie kissing Alice?
Julius poses as their son… if he can stomach it.
Note: Phil is refered to as an old Cherokee, Wanga. It’s his middle name. Though he isn’t Cherokee, he was raised in part, by one, but he is frequently teased about having that heritage.