STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN, DAVID WHITEHOUSE
Before school even starts, Russell writes letters to various school clubs he's joined, resigning, in order to form the notion that he's going to spend all of his time concentrating on school duties.
Some of the clubs are very, very similar and some are completely different.
This episode pales in comparison to it's predecessor; Russell is alright but he's certainly no Rush.
+ Russell mentions at least four of the club leaders (teachers?) and none of them correlate with the club leaders that Rush had. They are as follows:
Public Library Younger Boys Research Club - William Hinkert+ The family comes up with four made-up names of clubs:
Kelsey Street Athletic Association - Harry Hontin
Fellowship of Part-time Ushers - Franklin Block
Fraternity of Football Fanatics - Elton Braddum
Sewage Disposal Workers Semi-Classical Silver Cornet Band+ When the telephone rings, Russell thinks "It might be the guy who calls for Fat (Jackson.") He must be calling a lot in the missing episodes.
Chicago-Alton Luxury Club
Wednesday Afternoon Doll Baby Group
Young People's Singing Society
+ Raymond Surrells seems to be (so far) Russell's best friend.
+ Oyster Cracker (Russell's friend) was mentioned for the first time.
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