Audio sounds like a high wind is blowing through the small house halfway up the next block.
Uncle Fletcher is thrilled when Sade declares it’ll be fine for him to spend a week with them, while his apartment is being worked on.
He’s on top of the world as he tells stories about a host of people he knows. Vic enters to get word of the visit, apparently for the first time.
Vic doesn’t seem too thrilled, but details of Fletcher’s daily routine seems to be designed to prove that he won’t be a burden. He realizes that he has things to do that aren’t necessarily in line with any plans in the Gook’s daily routine.
The way that Fletcher seems to forget Rush, and his litany of household affects he brought along for this short stay seem to indicate he might be more demanding for attention. Will Vic and Sade be able to move in their seperate circles, and keep their date to play 500 with the Stembottoms? Fletcher gives Rush money to see the movie he wanted to see, and shoo’s Vic and Sade on their way. Still, for the always polite Gooks, having a house guest means they feel obligated to at least stay home to entertain.