There's a new light in the neighborhood when Bud brings home an attractive, free spirited, 21-year-old artist named Tiffany on her way to art school in New York and everyone likes her, ... See full summary »

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Sheila
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There's a new light in the neighborhood when Bud brings home an attractive, free spirited, 21-year-old artist named Tiffany on her way to art school in New York and everyone likes her, except Marcy for Tiffany steals the attentions of Steve as well. Written by Anonymous

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When Al goes bowling, leaving his house, he doesn't carry a bowling bag out the door with him, yet when he gets home from bowling he bring home a bowling bag. See more »

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Al: Did you hear something on the news?
Peggy: Yes, as a matter of fact. They said that the sun was going to supernova and we should have sex before the end comes.
Peggy: I got no time, Peg. I gotta go looting!
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The Birds Are Singing!
25 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Bud meets a girl who is looking for a place to stay, he brings her home. She is pretty, blonde, and young who is on her way to New York City to study art. At first, she is an unwelcome guest. But after Al gets aroused by her presence, Al treats Peggy a lot better. I love the scene where Peggy's friends, the other neighborhood women, come for a visit while their husbands go bowling. They are not the most attractive but not the most unattractive bunch out there. They just want their husbands to know they are alive. Fortunately, this angel from California comes for a visit. The only man not getting aroused is Steve Rhoades who talks about artists with her and makes Marcy jealous.


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