STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY AND BERNARDINE FLYNN
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As in the past, it's once again music that brings the three in contact. And just as in the past episodes, Vic is subjected to embarrassment and slight ridicule by his wife.
Is Sade jealous? Does she pretend to be jealous? These are things we can only guess at for there is no way for us to know.
________________________This one unfolds pretty much like the others where Vic teams up with "the kids" at work - and there are no surprises here - the odd musical instrument (muted silver moonbeam chimes) being the one exception.
There's quite a bit of new information about the town in this episode and I always enjoy expanding my encyclopedia of characters, buildings, map, etc.
I can't imagine for the life of me that Sade is really jealous of the two young ladies. Vic is just too goofy to be taken seriously by any female, it would seem to me. Sure, he has charm at times and from everything we have heard, he's good looking and has pretty eyes and wrists, etc. But come on, who would fall for Vic (aside from Sade?)
+ We find out that the town Vic and Sade live in has a bus system. We never knew this before this episode. Sade and Mis' Trogle are taking the bus to Oakland Avenue to visit Mis' Schill. This is the first time she's been mentioned. Since she lives on Oakland Avenue, we can assume her husband makes a lot of money, since the street is referred to in previous episodes as being one of the more expensive neighborhoods.
+ Shoe laces are mentioned again. Specifically, brown shoe laces. This is at least the second time Sade mentioned brown shoe laces at Emson's shoe store. Careful listening to the series will provide enough mention of shoe laces to literally choke Billy Patterson.
+ Herder's music store was mentioned for the first time. It's owned by Mr. Herder and it's the first time he's been mentioned in the surviving series.
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