Audio is a touch fast. Vic again has brought work from the office home, but we find him on the phone, talking to Sade. He seems to have Russel also out of the way, but the peaceful situation comes to a crashing end when uncle Fletcher visits. He hangs up the phone reciever that Vic left off the hook on purpose, how helpful of him. And of course, it starts ringing.
Fletcher is just being helpful, but he can’t take the hint that Vic needs some quiet time. Even when confronted with Vic’s need to get work done directly, Vic’s politeness only opens the door to more interuptions. Vic gets all the low down about Fletcher and riding the garbage wagon. is there something that might keep Fletcher quiet? Popcorn maybe?
- Vic talks to Russell on the telephone and calls him three different nicknames, “Marjorie”, “Market Basket” and “Tounge Cramp.”
- Uncle Fletcher briefly mentions a man he knows named Walter Shoes – who he describes as a “careless painter.”
- Willis Rohrback comes to the back door of the Gook home to borrow a meat grinder.
- The Annual Garbage Wagon Pass that Uncle Fletcher received in the mail was signed by Mayor Greecham. We find out in this episode that Vic knows the Mayor personally.