Getting ready for fother’s day, the family all do their own thing to honor the head of the house. Gildy wants to treat himself, and buy a new easy chair. Going to Sam Schlepper man’s furniture store, he picks out a nice brown chair to be delivered. In the process, he makes it clear that he doesn’t like the green one.
Back home, we find the kids in expectation of a delivery of the green chair they bought for their uncle, but a brown one is delivered. Let the mix ups begin. They try to hide the chair before Gildy sees it, and when the green one arrives, Giildy gets upset that Schlepperman sent him the wrong one, and gives him an ear full over the phone. Add to the confusion a red chair that judge Hooker bought for Gildy.
Chairs are moving all over the place, anddeliverymen are in a constant flow of bringing and taking chairs.
Where will the confusion stop?