Laura couldn't sign herself and Rob up for the Spanish class they wanted (as it was already full), so she signed herself and Millie up for a creative writing class, which Rob obviously doesn't need. Based on Laura's description of her initial meeting with Mr. Caldwell the teacher, Rob believes that Mr. Caldwell's praise of Laura is purely so that he can eventually ask professional writer Rob a favor, such as reading a manuscript he wrote or wanting to collaborate on a project. Laura is somewhat incredulous at Rob's suggestion, but Rob is even more certain after Laura gets an A+ on her first assignment, which Mr. Caldwell said was the best in class, but which Rob, Buddy and Sally can see is not very good. With Rob and Laura locked in argument over the matter, Buddy suggests Rob give in to what Mr. Caldwell wants. As Rob carries out the plan, he finds that his sense of an ulterior motive is only half accurate. Written by
Huggo / edited by statmanjeff
Did You Know?
Buddy says there were more laughs in his bar mitzvah speech than in Laura's essay. Later on in the fifth season, Buddy takes lessons for his bar mitzvah which he never had. See more
[after reading Laura's story
Whadda YOU think, Sal.
Well, there's something wrong with the beginning.
It leads to the rest of it.
The Blue Danube Waltz
original title: An der Schönen Blauen Donau op. 314 (On the Beautiful Blue Danube)
composed by Johann Strauss II
sung by Rob Petrie (Dick Van Dyke) See more