STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN AND BILL IDELSON
It's Independence Day. Sade wants to watch a film at the Bijou: Annabel Ainsworth is starring in Madness Beneath the Moon.
Vic has other plans; he wants to take in a baseball game between workers of the Chicago Alton railroad.
Sade hates baseball. Vic doesn't really enjoy motion pictures. He's especially not fond of Miss Ainsworth and has many a derogatory thing to say about her and her suspect acting abilities ("I wouldn't walk across the street to see her do a flip-flop").
The couple (and Rush) argue the merits of each but are soon sidetracked as Hank Gutstop collapses from heat stroke and that's what they watch instead.
The title is one I have given to the episode purely for identification purposes.
[The gist of this episode is revealed in the book,Vic and Sade on the Radio: A Cultural History of Paul Rhymer's Daytime Series]