Lurlene Carol is aghast that Harry has promised she will tutor a former pupil, until she sees he has grown into a 19-year-old hunk; then she feels guilty for lusting after him.
The Westons scoff, then find that there's something in it after all.
Protesting to the new head, Harry is brought up short by her demand that he sleep with her.
Meanwhile, Carol finds Emily's old diary, and Charley tries to change his image with a false moustache. Garrison ], Kat Sawyer-Young [ Woman Doctor ], William Bogert [ Doctor #1 ], Milt Oberman [ Doctor #2 ], Marla Adams [ Elna ] Harry wins a "Man of the Year" award, forcing a reunion with his estranged father. Mitchell ], Eva Charney [ Miss Clark ], Jake Jundef [ The Boy ] Harry bribes Carol and Barbara to stop fighting with a trip to Paris; Charley wins a greyhound at poker and decides to race her. Sexton ], Billy O'Sullivan [ Billy at 5 ], Michael Lee Owens [ Billy at 7 ], Aeryk Egan [ Billy at 11 ], Stephen Dorff [ Billy at 14 ], Matthew Perry [ Bill at 18 ] An unusually clever and surprisingly moving episode: Harry sees a series of young male patients - a week-old baby, a 5-year-old whose father is in denial of the boy's onset diabetes; a 7-year-old curious about sex; an 11-year-old having the cast removed from his batting arm; a belligerent 14-year-old using pot; and an 18-year-old picking up his medical records before heading off to college - at which point we realize they have all been the same young man at different ages.
Marcia Rodd [ Woman ], Tommy Hinkley [ Bartender ], Lela Ivey [ Debbie ], Abdul Salaam El Razzac [ Piano Player ], Joe Hart [ Man ] Harry suspects the girls' motives when they buy him a Caribbean vacation. Noack ], Brandon Adams [ Peter ], Eva Charney [ Michelle ] Laverne must quit when her baseball player husband is traded to a team in Arizona; Charley has the flu and moves in to be nursed by Barbara.
Sophia Barbara and Carol are worried about Harry being alone on his second wedding anniversary since Libby's death.