Famous TV actress Myra Marlowe has retreated to the small town of
Reba: We rang but no one answered.
Cora: But we heard voices.
Myra. Oh. Oh, I was practicing my Spanish lesson. Buenos dias.
Cora: Smells bad, too.
Reba: Let him in and you’ll never get rid of him.
Cora: It’s even harder to get rid of his smell. He traps skunks.
Myra: Well, it’s very kind of you to warn me about these things.
Reba: We’re the Hospitality Ladies!
Patrick, John. A Bad Year for Tomatoes. Dramatists Play Service, Inc. New York, NY. 1975. pp. 10 - 14.
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