Dave uses information passed on to him from a prostitute with an important client who talks in his sleep to solve several big cases.
A restless Ms. Dipesto gets a chance for danger and excitement when she gets a piece of paper from a mysterious man while attending a ball in Dave and Maddie's place.
Dave and Maddie argue over whether to help a young woman who claims to be a leprechaun find the pot of gold she insists her father has hidden for her in Los Angeles.
Jim coaches a hockey team that includes Brandon, Steve and Dylan. After a practice, Brandon meets aspiring figure skater Trisha Kinney. They take a liking to each other, and Brandon gets up at 5:00 every morning to come to her practices. Trisha considers giving up the sport after a poor showing in her sectional meet. Her coach shows up during her date with Brandon and announces that she was given an exemption to compete at nationals. She bars Brandon from practice because he was affecting her concentration. Brenda's boss, Deidre, encourages her to become a more persuasive salesperson. Brenda convinces David to buy Donna $190 perfume as a belated birthday present (her birthday was Christmas day). Deidre steals a large commission from Brenda, but Cindy helps Brenda plot revenge. Music: '(I've Had) The Time of My Life' by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, 'Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)' by John Fred & His Playboy Band.
The Dalton Brothers Ma takes a liking to Lucky Luke, causing her son Joe to become jealous. This sets the plan for him and his brothers to escape from jail. To attract their mother's attention, the four brothers plan to rob all the banks in the area, dressed up as Ma Dalton. Who would shoot an old lady? In Daisy Town, Luke is informed about the plan...