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This episode reveals that the Hendersons' regular gardener, Tony, comes once a week and does watering, weeding, and mowing.
While Donnie's dancing is not approved by Madame Matilda, he has plenty of his own fans of "modern dancing" at Bill's Fix-It Shop.
Instead of the usual one misunderstanding, two events lead Beulah to the wrong conclusion in this installment. Donnie charges a baby carriage to his mother's account (he wants the wheels for a wooden race car he's building) at the same time as Alice conceals an order for a new portable backyard barbeque from Harry.
Beulah and Oriole get their advice on marital relations from a 25 cent copy of the fictional "True Tales of Passion and Purity" magazine.
Apparently, Bill has seriously improved his skill as a fighter (see Season 1, "Bill's Fight Fix").
In a wild scheme, Bill considers moving to New York City and opening a restaurant.
Bill is roped into sitting for the daughter of the Henderson's dinner guests after both Beulah and Donnie are unavailable that evening.
As in the radio program, this episode emphasizes the fact that Beulah's legendary cooking skills are without compare.