Valentine's Day 1936 is approaching and Max is directing this year's edition of the Valentine's Follies. Against this backdrop, romantic relationships are formed and broken. Toppy is not feeling much in a romantic Valentine's mood as she has just returned from Toronto with her signed divorce papers in hand. Archie, however, has other ideas. He proposes to her that he, when appropriate, will ask her to marry him. Although she knew that he would eventually ask her, she was not prepared to actually hear the words. She is also not prepared for her encounter with Mother Attenborough, which not only threatens the unofficial proposal (to which Toppy did not really answer), but also Toppy and Archie's relationship altogether. Alice gives birth to a baby boy, who she names Jacob. She nor her family have the means to keep Jacob, and everyone, including Dr. Barlow and her mother, convinces her that she does need to give him away to a family that can take care of him. When that time comes, she ... Written by
Did You Know?
We had a teacher named Dr. Turtle, but we always used to call him Dr. Tortoise. Ask me why.
Because he *tortoise* all he knew.
References Lady and Gent
After the Ball
Words and music by Charles Harris
Performed by Kathryn Greenwood
Published by Charles K. Harris Publishing Company, Inc. See more