Wearing a dowdy robe and slippers, an aging Ethel shuffles to the door to answer the knock of a young man who's there to see a sofa she's selling. As Ethel drones on and on about her wealthy son who's bought her a new sofa, the young man figures out that she's blind and looks around for things he might lift. He hears her talking about a new expensive suit her son has bought, sees it on a hanger, and proceeds to change into it as Ethel's monologue continues. He leaves without buying the sofa, but Ethel may get the last laugh. Written by
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This film is dedicated to Mel and Dorothy Bagger See more
Written by David Sherman
Performed by the Hillbilly Soul Surfers
Published by Hillbilly Heaven Music, BMI
Courtesy of Twangarama Records See more