Oliver's mother needs bed rest so she heads to her son's farm in Hooterville. All she has to do is ignore Alf and Ralph's drilling, Haney's tour group, a crowd of dancing Sioux Indians, and their chief who think's she's a looker.
Did You Know?
When Haney owned the Douglas farm, he signed a ninety-nine year lease with the Sioux for their annual bear dance. See more
When the 'wild' bear pokes its head into the Douglas kitchen window, its leash is visible. See more
[a group of Indians are dancing round on Oliver's property
Well, I sioux the See are here again. No, make that, eh, I see the Sioux are here again. Yes, that has a better ring to it. Well, not a ring...