Rob and Laura's son Ritchie rigs up a toy intercom with Freddie, the son of the Petrie's next-door neighbors, Millie and Jerry Helper. Rob and Laura get drawn into eavesdropping on a conversation between Millie and Jerry and discover that it's probably better not to know what Millie and Jerry say about them when Rob and Laura aren't around. Written by
Did You Know?
Rob delivers the final line "I'm no Albert Schweitzer, huh?" as he plays a Bach piece on the piano. Dr. Albert Schweitzer
was a medical missionary and received the Nobel Peace Prize. He was also an organist and a Bach scholar, thus Rob's joke. Schweitzer made recordings of Bach pieces which have been reissued on CD. See more
I mean, after all, where would the world be today, Rob, of it weren't for experiments. We wouldn't be on the moon today!
We're not on the moon.
That's beside the point.
References All About Eve
composed by Frédéric Chopin
(as Fredric Chopin)
Performed by Morey Amsterdam
on cello See more