Little Musgrave: Lord Barnard and LM get in touch with their bi-side & set up a menange a trois with Lady B.
Anathea: Anathea pulls a Bobbit on the Judge & a Robin Hood on her brother's noose (breaking the rope with a well-shot arrow)
St. James Infirmary Blues: He finds his baby in the St. James Infirmary, but it was one of those cases where the seeming corpse sits up, comically startling the attendant; she then goes on to write a best-seller about her Near-Death Experience.
Hard is the Fortune/Waggoner's Lad: The girl's father and husband go to a men's sensitivity and anger-management group and come to the conclusion that they really have been insensitive to her needs. They set her up as CEO of her own corporation and spend their days baking her gourmet chocolate foods and cleaning her bidet.
Dona, Dona: The calf is freed by radical members of PETA, who set it up as their poster child and burn the farmer at the stake. The calf builds on its star-quality momentum to go on to star in Pepsi commercials.