Appalled by the children's school reading assignments, Morticia throws herself into the task of writing proper stories for children, Addams-style of course, but Gomez fears success will take her away. Though it pains him to tamper with obvious masterpieces such as The Good Giant Slays Sir Lancelot, he enlists Uncle Fester's aid in sabotaging her stories, but to his horror, the tampered tales get published. How can he explain himself to Morticia? Written by
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Lurch is taking books out of the shelf and handing them to Gomez who is in turn handing them to Fester. As their conversation continues Gomez lets the books build up in his arms and when we see the book shelf again there are some objects on them that weren't there previously. See more
Uncle Fester Frump
[reading Morticia's manuscript
"Out of the sweet-scented swamp, Lucifer, the kindly wolf, minced daintily."
All right, change that to: "Across a daisy-covered meadow the snarling, sniveling, slathering wolf slunk."