We learn a little bit more about Rube. That letter had been sitting in the dead letter office for 80 years, meaning it was sent in 1924. I had thought that the rumor was that Rube died sometime before that. However, was this an anomynous letter to his daughter and wife? I couldn’t tell if what the return address said.
As usual, Delores cracks me up, and George seems to have gained quite a bit of self confidence. Daisy is growing on me. I did not like her at all when she was first introduced, but the writers are fleshing her out abou. All her sex stories were getting a little tiresome.
Joy needs to get laid. That’s all there is to it. Reggie needs to be slapped out of her bad attitude, and Dad just needs to be slapped, period.
I had hoped that something would develop between Roxie and the guy at the airport. Did you get the idea the writers were taking a jab at the French in the airport reap?