Lisa tells another version of how she and Oliver met during World War II. As a member of the Hungarian underground, she saved him from Nazis by hiding him in a barn and got him a Purple Heart by poking him in the rump with a pitchfork. They saw each other again after the war when Lisa was a professional cello player. Written by
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Oliver normally disputes the facts of Lisa's stories about their dating days. This time, he only complains about the ending that has him punching Buddy Atkinson, the leader of the all-girl orchestra Lisa performs with. See more
[explains how she got her father's permission to marry Oliver
I lied to him. I told him that you were really a wealthy Austrailian and that you hid all your money in the kangaroo pouches. But that you weren't a very good judge of kangaroos because they all ran away with your money.
References The Incredible Mr. Limpet