Rebecca is having her rich man obsession again, the object of her affection this time being Mr. Gaines. Although she has never really had any interest in him before, their shared knowledge of classical music - for her, it's more of a loathing due to her forced classical music upbringing - brings them together. He invites her over to his house for an evening of classical music. This evening is not quite what either expects, which in turn makes Rebecca do some things she probably would like to forget. Rebecca ultimately comes to a realization about her rich man obsession in general, but she has to translate that realization into action. Meanwhile, Cliff and Ma Clavin are feuding. By Cliff's words, the tone of his voice, his actions and absence of any trace of Mrs. Clavin when Carla, Norm and Paul break into Cliff's apartment, the threesome are convinced that he has murdered her. Written by
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Mr. Walter Gaines
[to Rebecca, about her knowledge of classical music
Obviously, when you worked at the house, I failed to appreciate your depth.
Not to mention her width.
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Kindertotenlieder (Songs on the Death of Children)
Composed by Gustav Mahler
Performed by Calvin Remsberg See more