GLOW is set to have its first televised event, but it is without its main star and director, as Debbie has decided to move back in with Mark and Sam goes out to reconcile with Justine after discovering that she is his illegitimate daughter.
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Welcome back to the second half of our show, ladies and gentlemen. From the South Side of Chicago, and the Ubamba Province of Peru, respectively, Welfare Queen and Machu Picchu!
[Carmen nervously takes off her hat, then trembles as she sees Tammé approach her
Smells like donkey doo in here. Mm!
Looks like Machu's got, uh... just a touch of the infamous Peruvian jungle fever. Will she recover in time to fight, uh, Welfare Queen... this liberal leech, this, uh, parasite on our economy?
The credits were scrolled next to the final scenes of this episode. See more
References Dawn of the Dead
Things Can Only Get Better
Written and Performed by Howard Jones See more