The house-mates are confused when Toot acts surprised when they through her a birthday party, but they realize that since she was a big star in the 1920's, she must be so old now that her mind is going. They ship her off to a nursing home where she is horrified to find herself surrounded by invalids incapable of functioning like adults. When the nurses leave the room, however, the rest of the patients let her in on their big secret. Clara, meanwhile, decides to go under the knife to rid herself of the Octopussoir that has been hampering her love life up to now. The operation is a success, but she soon becomes obsessed with correcting every new flaw she imagines she sees. The Octopussoir, however, goes on to enjoy a fulfilling life of its own. Written by
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When Clara argues with Wooldoor at the table, he wears his doctor costume, but in one shot he is wearing his usual tank top. See more
Xandir P Whifflebottom
Oh hey, Hero, I was thinking, maybe we should throw Toot a surprise birthday party.
If we're all gonna shout out what we're thinking, I've been thinking about paying a prostitute to shove bowling pins up my ass!