Although his daughter tells him it's time to go to the Grandparents Tea at Lucy's school, Old Indy would rather watch his soap and tell her about his stay in Ireland around the Easter revolution of 1916. He and Remy had just arrived from Mexico and were waiting tables and washing dishes in order to get the fare to go to London. Indy tried to impress a girl called Maggie who assumed he must rich, what with him being America. Written by
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Selections of Laurence Rosenthal
's score for this episode can be heard on the Varese Sarabande CD "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Volume Four" (1994), produced by Robert Townson
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The cream cakes here are just grand.