The Harpers and their neighbors, the Gebhardts, have never gotten along when Carl Harper and Mrs. Gebhardt were alive so why should things be different after their deaths. Mama Harper and Mr. Gebhardt argue and bicker as old neighbors with a grudge between them. When Mama orders her grandson, Bubba, to clean up the front yard as does Mr. Gebhardt orders his grand-daughter, Teri to clean up his front yard do we see sparks when they both all in love with each other. I love Iola's remark. "It's like the Montagues and Capulets" and Vint replies "Do they live on our street too?" The questions arise when both Teri and Bubba want to date each other despite their families' disapproval. How will it work out like Romeo & Juliet or Maria and Tony in West Side Story? Well, don't worry, it won't get bloody in the end.
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