Nels finally loses patience with his henpecked family life and begins a mobile merchant business. During one of his stops, he meets a much younger woman whom is the exact opposite of his own wife. In the process, Nels struggles with temptation and going astray as the relationship blossoms. Written by
Brian Rathjen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Molly the B and B owner uses the phrase "Let's trip the light fantastic". This phrase was not used until 1894 in the song "Sidewalks of New York" by Charles B. Lawlor and James W. Blake. Molly uses it roughly 12 years before it was written. See more
Nels, don't forget you have a tongue in the oven.
I got one in the store too.
The Wearin' O' The Green
Sung by Suzanne Rogers See more