STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN AND DAVID WHITEHOUSE
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___________________Sade usually would take out her frustration on Vic or Rush (or in this case, Russell) but instead, she seems to keep it inside. Russell was the true instigator anyway.
* Walter read in the Freeport paper that the Consolidated Kitchenware plant in Dubuque, Iowa had a fire. I'll bet Gus Fuss was in a rush. And talk about your warm lemonade...
* Euncie is still learning the same piano piece ("The Great Colorado Train Robbery Scottish") and trying to do it without looking at the sheet music.
* Russell somehow gets under the davenport, looking for a penny. The davenport must be huge. Bluetooth was also under this davenport in 1939.
* Is it a joke when the Paul Rhymer script tells of a man who was college-educated who's purpose was sharpening razors? Even though we have oceans of articles on Rhymer, I have yet to even be offered a hint why he was seemingly so fascinated with barbers and razors.
* The letter suggests that Sade come for a visit; Bess all but eliminates Vic and Russell from coming in her wording. It seems that Sade probably didn't take up her sister on her offer - according to the episodes we know to exist shortly after this aired.