Sade is as giddy as a schoolgirl when Russel comes home. She has been chatting on the phone with her lady friends, and lost all track of time. Busy with a new dress pattern, household chores, and telephone calls, she has simply forgotten to cook dinner. Will she convince Russell and Vic to fend for themselves? The hungry cavemen could eat a horse, and are more than a little upset that food hasn’t been cooked for lunch. Even the simple instructions to heat up a can of soup are more than the menfolk care to bother with.
Despite being hungry enough to eat horses, they become helpless at the thought of Portuguese Lima Bean soup. Sade is too busy to make lunch, but she takes the phone again to talk on it. The guys, after having to relay seamstress chatter between the phone and Sade have had enough and make tracks for the Tiny Petite Pheasant Tea Shoppe for lunch. Portuguese Lima Bean soup? What took them so long to make those tracks to the diner? I would have fled from that one too.