On "Marriage Maze", Bert Schnick has Harry and Emily Weiss, as contestants on the show. Bert promises a prize if they can offer a psychological assessment of Brad. Harry and Emily decide that Brad is regressing back to a mental stage of childhood, so Bert awards them a new home on DTV's "Happy Homes".
Janet visits Harry and Emily and laments Brad's lack of assertiveness, wishing he would realize that she still loves him ("In My Own Way"). Harry chastises Janet for marrying Brad, calling him an orphan, rather than boys with more stable family backgrounds. After Janet says the boy she was going to marry turned out to be gay, Harry decides to proclaim the virtues of traditional masculinity ("Thank God I'm A Man").
While visiting Brad in the Terminal Ward, Harry and Emily question Cosmo and Nation McKinley and the rest of the Dentonvale staff on how they can help his sickness. The McKinleys demonstrate their expert abilities by "curing" Bert Schnick's blindness with shock treatment ("Shock Treatment").
As the premier of "Faith Factory" comes closer, Harry, Emily, the Dentonvale staff, Ralph Hapschatt, and Macy Struthers, embrace their new TV roles by dressing up in white doctor and nurse uniforms and singing about their new images ("Look What I Did to My Id").
During the "Faith Factory" premier, Harry, along with Emily, watches as Brad, Betty, and Judge Wright crash through the set wall disrupting the entire premier, Brad confronting his brother Farley ("Duel Duet"), and Janet snapping back to her own reality and getting shunned from the stage and fleeing the studio ("Anyhow, Anyhow").
Harry Weiss has solos in:
|"Shock Treatment" characters|
|Brad Majors • Janet Majors • Farley Flavors • Cosmo McKinley • Nation McKinley • Oliver Wright|
Betty Hapschatt • Ansalong • Ricky • Bert Schnick • Emily Weiss • Harry Weiss • Ralph Hapschatt
Macy Struthers • Nelly Pritt • Vance Parker • Floor Manager • Irwin Lapsey • Kirk • Oscar Drill and the Bits
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