Preparations continue for the wedding of uncle Fletcher’s landlady. He enters to bust in on Vic and Sade’s conversation about it. The intruding Fletcher announces how it isn’t his habit to intrude, and bust in on people at lunch time. That would just be intolerable, and rude.
What’s the reason that Fletcher broke in so unceremoniously today? After stumbling over his failing memory, Fletcher shares his message on inviting wedding guests. What’s his big idea to make a huge impression when the report of the wedding hits the newspapers?
Sade is less than keen on forsaking her best friends, just to hit the presses in such a way that word will carry all the way to the Missouri State Home for the Tall. Despite being a slave to social appearancews, Sade sees it as just plain silly and absurd.