An electrical fire in Rhoda's apartment results in all Rhoda's possessions being destroyed and her being homeless until Phyllis can makes the necessary repairs and renovations. Mary offers to put Rhoda up in her place until Rhoda's apartment is ready and lets Rhoda borrow any of her clothes. Rhoda reluctantly agrees as she is aware that being roommates can ruin good friendships. Mary and Rhoda, despite being best friends, end up having two totally different living styles which affects Mary's life in general. Mary quietly fumes about having to put up with what she sees as Rhoda's living quirks, which is made all the more worse as Phyllis doesn't seem to be moving too quickly on fixing Rhoda's apartment. Will Mary say anything to her best friend, especially in Rhoda's time of need? Written by
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The title is derived from the expression, "Where there's smoke, there's fire". See more
References Gone with the Wind