Sade is upset at Vic, and the crazy things the folks at the lodge keep trying to sell him through the catalog. Is she just suffering from a foolish dillusion? Vic manages to distract her with gossip about people in town with things stuck in their teeth.
Rush makes a crashing entrance, and talks about his friend, Bluetooth Johnson, wanting to leave his brain to science. Sade returns to the topic that has her upset, and out of sorts. Can Rush offer anything to lighten the mood?
Vic claims that the lodge mail isn’t intended to b opened and red. He even admits that everybody in an organization isn’t always reputable. Still, Sade complains about the weird products, and the sky high prices.
What’s the deal with lodge member, San Fleet? His tattoos amaze Rush. He has all the personal information for his resume, or bio, permanently listed on his body. What if he should ever move, or change jobs, or turn another year older? Rush goes on to arvel at some of the catalog offerings, statues of lodge founder RJ Conk, and more. It’s too much for Vic, and as he retires with hurt feelings, Rush and Sade laugh about the crazy catalog.
Abbott and Costello, and the Fur Tree (1942).
Pat Buttram cooks dinner at Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch.
Connie Haines – 1943 You Gotta Talk Me Into It Baby.