Saddled with extra duties, Connie complains to Mrs Davis about her driver’s ed students. Walter’s tragic tidings mean he can hardly keep himself from eating the last of the French toast for breakfast. But he’ll force himself.
Keeping up with rival principal, Mr Brill, the band may have to suffer through a tuba solo by Mr Conklin. At school, Connie learns from Harriet about how hard her dad has been practicing. I wonder how the Flight of the Bumble Bee will sound on the tuba? A little sabotage could help Connie’s cause.
At lunch, Connie tries to enlist the help of Mr Boynton in keeping their principal from going through with his plan. Sabotage could still be the answer to keep the Conklin car from being repaired. Stretch gets his driving lesson in the freshly fixed car. Let’s see how long it stays that way. The plot thickens when Conklin plans to take the train. Is all hope lost?