STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN, DAVID WHITEHOUSE AND CLARENCE HARTZELL
Uncle Fletcher doesn't seem to faze Vic (probably because he can just go to Ike Kneesuffer's house anytime to rid himself of Uncle Fletcher.)
Uncle Fletcher explains he is going to go home. For a day. Just one day. He'll return. He just needs a vacation from his vacation.
________________________What you read above is the whole story. This episode is devoid of any important trivia. The situation involving Uncle Fletcher's stay is the center and the outside of the episode.
This is episode is one you are likely to forget as there are no funny lines or memorable stories.
+ Muskegon, Michigan (mentioned by Uncle Fletcher as having a population of "several million") currently has a population of less than 50,000. I could find no population statistics for anything prior to 1989; I suspect in 1944 it may have had 15-20,000 people.
+ The Gooks have a cistern in their back yard. It's used to catch rainwater. This probably tells us that the house is probably pretty old.
+ Russell is at the YMCA to watch the fat men play handball.
+ Uncle Fletcher had broken stuff (accidentally) in the house "all day long" according to Sade.
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