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41-03-31 Rush Wants His Interest


A re-working of the 40-04-15 Milton's Dirt in Fruit Jars script. Instead of getting jars of dirt from other states and selling them to Milton Welch, Rush wants to get the interest off of his savings account and pay the ones he owes and buy a few items. The ending is not quite as good as the Fruit Jars episode but it suffices.
Sade is missing from this episode and that's probably a good thing. Sade would never let Rush even hint at getting at his bank account. She would have been a wet towel that would shut Rush up - and the conversation would have shifted to whatever Sade wanted to talk about.

While I liked the ending of the original script better, Rush has grown up quite a bit in a year, so tears seem to be out of the question. And you have to love Vic; when he and his son have a one on one, Vic always seems to come through.


+ Rush owes Smelly Clark a dime, Leland Richards 8 cents and Russell Duncan 3 packages of chewing gum. He's in debt to the Greek for a quarter.

When Rush gets the idea that he could withdraw his savings account interest...(edited): {{{HEAR}}}

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