They Asked Me Why I Believe in You
Lynette returns to the workforce and quickly becomes her way-stressed boss Nina's steady drinking buddy. After five nights of clubbing, Lynette realizes the only way to get out of Nina-sitting duties is to become her competition with the boys at the bar. Lynette shows some skin, throws back some shots and straps on her "Boogie Shoes." We'll never be able to listen to K.C. and the Sunshine Band without mentally picturing Lynette strutting her stuff atop the bar. Nina's been thoroughly upstaged and Lynette knows she's off the hook.