Frasier and Niles go to a furniture store to pick out a couch for Frasier’s new office. Niles cannot stop rambling; Frasier believes he is suffering from anxiety because of his impending fatherhood. Frasier, meanwhile, is experiencing doubts about his return to private practice, as he believes he has grown rusty. Frasier spots Ronee Lawrence, the boys’ old babysitter. He invites her to come over to the apartment and catch up, as he hopes this will lead to romantic involvement for the pair. However, Martin also finds Ronee attractive, and decides to make his own move on her. When Ronee is called away to work, both men follow her to the club where she performs. Frasier is devastated to find that Ronee likes Martin, and falls into a depression. Frasier and Niles accidentally learn that Martin has been taking Viagra. Martin returns for his pills, but the brothers cannot put them back in time to hide their discovery. Martin is embarrassed, and explains that he could not perform with Ronee because he keeps picturing her as a teenager. Within the span of a few minutes, Frasier is able to diagnose and solve all three of the men’s neuroses. He gloats about this and declares himself fit to return to private practice.