The Flying Man, Enrico Bellati, who fell in love with Marilyn while traveling
through Cicely with the circus last year, returns. Now with a group of Mummenschanz,
Bellati, temporarily grounded with a broken leg, proclaims his love for Marilyn.
Although Marilyn admits her feelings for him, she refuses to leave her home
to join him in his travels.
Ed, unable to
finish his movie due to a mind block, finds a ring which once belonged to the
great film director, Federico Fellini, and is inspired by it.
When Maurice receives
a package from his newly discovered Korean son, Duk Won, he is reminded that
he must include Duk Won in his will....
Maurice asks Mike
Monroe, the only lawyer in town, to rewrite it for him. Maggie volunteers to act as Mike's legal secretary until things between them become
too close for comfort.
Joel works on improving his handicap with a Soundstroke
putting device. Maggie works as a legal aide for Mike. She also displays a new
talent for cooking, making a Kelp loaf for lunch. In his will, Maurice bequesths
his uniforms to the Smithsonian Institute. Mike ventures out of the bubble without
his space suit.
(Note music listed is from the original TV airings. The DVD may differ.)
Heartaches by the Numbers - Dwight Yoakam
[Shelly talks to Mummenschantz.]
and Variations (Mozart)
[Maggie and Mike talk about the environment.]
[Ed dreams he wins the Film Institute Awards.]
[Ed sees Fellini.]
[Mike and Maggie work in the bubble.]
Amore -Dean Martin
[Mike and Maggie walk down the road together.]