Homer trips and sprains his ankle before he reaches the couch, to the consternation of Lenny, Carl, Moe and Barney (wearing warm-up suits), and Mr. Burns, their coach. Burns sends Barney in to substitute for Homer, and Homer gives a thumbs-up as two paramedics wheel him away on a stretcher.
After spending another Valentine’s Day alone, Moe attends a seminar led by Dr. Kissingher in the hopes of gaining more confidence with women. Moe takes the doctor’s advice and asks Homer to be his wingman, but Moe becomes distraught when women are drawn to Homer as well.
Meanwhile, Marge discovers what she believes to be her first grey hairs, only to be shocked when her stylits reveals that she's actually 'completly grey' but the fumes of her weekly dye job remove any memory of this. She decides to go grey now and surprises both her family and the neighborhood by sporting a brand new mature ‘do'.
Unfortunatly without her signiture colour Homer no longer finds her hair attractive. Bart is not humored when the neighborhood kids tease him about Marge’s look. Later, Marge confronts Homer when she learns that he is becoming increasingly popular with the young ladies, but Homer helps Marge realize that he only has eyes for her and proves that love is still in the Springfield air.