STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN AND BILL IDELSON
Mis' Husher is upset at Sade. She had a secret that she had told only Sade and it's all over town now: Mis' Husher's husband sends his laundry regularly to his mother in Wisconsin to be washed and ironed. (That's some pretty juicy stuff!)
Sade though, claims to have not revealed the secret. Vic inquires, if Sade didn't tell, how then did the secret get around?
It finally comes out that Sade told Ruthie Stembottom and Ruthie blabbed it all over. Sade still insinuates that she is innocent because she doesn't keep anything from Ruthie.
Finally, feeling guilty, she runs upstairs and away from her husband and Rush.
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____________________I have a feeling that if we could hear this one, it would be among our all-time favorites. It's amazing how a very simple premise can have so much life to it (I hope you take the time to actually read the script someday, from the book.)
Sade, when feeling guilty, likes to take off up the stairs. Does she cry on her bed? Take a long, hot shower? We don't know.
Vic might be joking but claims he played baseball for the Yukon River Rascals in 1910.
Rush relays a story about Nicer Scott, who claims he can unfry an egg!