It's not like Jimmy has been the portrait of fidelity since first meeting Princeton waitress Angela Ianotti, but she's hardly been a saint, either. Throughout both seasons, Angela has grappled with her budding bisexuality, seeking comfort in the arms of girlfriends in her common-law (and eventually, legal) husband's absence. Toward the end of Season One, Angela, uncomfortable with societal restrictions and dreaming of a more bohemian lifestyle for herself and her son Tommy, attempts to escape to Paris with her lover, Mary Dittrich. The plan is thwarted when Mary absconds without her. A shamed Angela, with nowhere else to go, returns home to Jimmy. Their future remains ambiguous until Season Two, when it's revealed that Tommy's parents have reluctantly married.