Tommy has enlisted Sally in the school bake sale and Sally takes it just a bit too serious. Meanwhile, Harry feels bad about himself because he has failed everything he has tried so far. When Dr. Albright tells Dick she paints, Dick takes Harry to a class and Harry turns out to be a good painter. Dick on the other hand is lousy at it and for the first time experiences what it is to be less good at something than Harry. Written by
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Did You Know?
While Dick attempts to draw a still life of an apple on the chalkboard, he places the apple on a book entitled "The Calculus." Sir Isaac Newton was the developer of calculus and according to legend, was supposed to have been inspired to describe gravity by having an apple fall on his head. See more
Hey, Dick, why is it that you see nude people in museums but they never show them on TV?
Dr. Dick Solomon
Sure they do! But never in comedies, only in dramas and even so when the ratings sack.