While out shopping, Edith gives a woman directions, but then realizes that she has given her the wrong information. She chases the woman into the street and is caught by security who nab her for supposedly stealing a wig. She is put on a blacklist and is made to understand that her credit will be no good at any store where she tries to shop. Edith begins to worry that she is becoming a kleptomaniac - or 'klepper' as she calls it - and is urged by Mike and Gloria to see a psychiatrist. Instead, she goes to see Father Majeski, the priest whose car she had once dented. He helps her work out the problem by getting her to talk about it. In the middle of their conversation, Edith come to the conclusion that she is not a 'klepper' but merely absent-minded. Written by
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You better take your rubbers too.
I don't want no rubbers, every time I put 'em off, my shoes come off with 'em.
References Mary Poppins