Grindl is an employee of Foster Temporary Service and her boss Anson Foster accepts a variety of jobs for his employees. Grindl works at everything from babysitting to theater ticket-taker ...
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Grindl is an employee of Foster Temporary Service and her boss Anson Foster accepts a variety of jobs for his employees. Grindl works at everything from babysitting to theater ticket-taker but typically finds a unique way to accomplish her task.
The one episode that my wife and I, quite independently, remember is the one where Grindl is working for a couple, and the wife insists that every object have a number sticker on the bottom, so that each item will be placed in the same place in the house after a house cleaning. The wife's compulsive trait drives the husband nuts. My wife (a child at the time) thought that numbering scheme was a brilliant idea, so she remembered it for decades. I (a child at the time) thought it was batty, and so I remembered it also for decades. Thank you, Grindl, for the memories.
I also remember an episode, I think, in which the husband puts the wife into a grinder. Maybe that's the same episode!
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