Uncle Fletcher’s visit lingers on, and we find him swapping stories to Vic. The two begin to argue about which of them is more long winded in their story telling habits. Sade manages to break up the tension, before telling about her stressful day of housekeeping. It seems that uncle Fletcher has been under foot as she has tried to get the house in order.
Nerves are on edge, and patience wears thin as Sade talks to Vic about her hopes that he’ll leave soon. A game of 500 is brewing, but the event that Sade hopes to relax and escape from her day is threatened by intrusions by Fletcher.
Sade gets a little short with Fletcher, as he spouts off about how busy he has been on his vacation with the Gooks. What he really needs is to take a break in his own room to take a vacation from his vacation. He needs more rest, so he can continue his rest with the Gooks. Huh? Only Fletcher.