Chatsworth approaches Dobie with a scheme to rig the raffle at the Osborne charity bazaar and split the $5,000 prize. Will the allure of all that filthy lucre lead the perpetually poor Dobie down the road to perdition? Written by
Gary R. Peterson
Did You Know?
Herbert T. Gillis alludes to the biblical character Esau when he says, "sold his soul for a mess of pottage." The story of Esau's selling his birthright to his brother Jacob is found in Genesis chapter 25. See more
Herbert T. Gillis
[giving fatherly advice to Dobie
Once you bargain with the devil, you are in trouble. Oh, you can twist, and you can squirm, but you can't get off the hook.