Lois' younger sister, Susan makes a surprise visit to the Wilkerson house. Immediately, she treats Malcolm, Reese and Dewey like the sons she wishes she had with Hal instead of being single and alone. She also treats Lois as a plague in her life and blames her for being unmarried status. She tells the boys that ever since she caught their mother having sex with their father, she has refused to accept their relationship. However, Susan is plagued with a kidney disease and Lois tries to over hers for her sister. Written by
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[the end of Francis' bedtime story to a group of young children
And the little boy, about your age, was found hanging in the moonlight. Strangled by his own intestines. And there was just enough life left in him to say;
[Points at all the children
The Happy Wanderer
Music by Friedrich-Wilhelm Möller
Lyrics by 'Florenz Friedrich Sigismund' See more