As he's moving Janet out of their apartment and scheming on how to even the score with his brother, Johnny, Tommy tries setting Sean straight about the dangers of dating his sister, Maggie. After tipping Sean off to Maggie's many boyfriends, Tommy suspects he's found just the leverage he needs to make Janet and his brother squirm in Johnny's ex-wife, Angie DeCarlo. But his plans are put on hold when a panicky Sheila announces that not only has Nell Turbody been arrested for having sex with several of her high school students, but that she also gave the boys Chlamydia. Meanwhile, as Lou's financial difficulties lead to some ill-advised bets on a college basketball game, Franco worries that Alicia has kidnapped his daughter, Keela. After promising Franco that he will help find Keela, and then worrying that he may also have contracted a venereal disease from Nell, Tommy engineers a chance encounter with Angie. Though she agrees to meet for a drink, once she suspects that Tommy wants to enlist her in a scheme to torment Janet and Johnny, Angie balks at cooperating. Meanwhile, as Mike's gay relationship with his roommate continues unabated and Maggie lambastes Tommy for telling Sean to dump her, Jerry's relationship with Rose blossoms. But when his brother-in-law steps up and offers to help pay for some of Jeannie's medical bills, Jerry's new affair scotches the deal. Aware that Franco is looking for her, Alicia drops by the firehouse, telling Tommy how she's determined to spare Keela from being hurt by her dad's unhealthy relationships with women. Realizing that he's also guilty of setting a bad example for his own daughters, Tommy persuades Franco to consider allowing Keela to stay with Alicia. Finally, as Tommy finds his friendships with both Sean and Franco disintegrating, he's intrigued when Angie has a change of heart about helping with his plot to get back at Johnny and Janet.