When Morticia declares she's bored and needs an outlet for her creativity, Gomez suggests several possibilities, including sculpting. This strikes a chord in her and immediately she throws herself into it. The house is soon filled with huge boulders Gomez is purchasing from a quarry. In one scene, he and Fester struggle to move one up the front steps, but Lurch deftly picks it up as if it weighed only a few ounces. Morticia is shown furiously banging away with a hammer and chisel in a montage, finally declaring, supposedly after months of work, that it's finished. Unfortunately, it pretty much still looks like a big shapeless rock. Gomez has an art dealer appraise the masterpiece, but the man thinks it's so bad he actually hits it with his cane before storming out. Gomez realizes he's right, but he'd do anything to keep Morticia happy, so he devises a plan to pay another, more unscrupulous dealer, "The World's Crummiest", one Sam Piccasso (Vito Scotti) to pretend to like it and ...
Did You Know?
When Morticia dribbles water from the sponge on the rock, it makes a noise like much more water being poured on a flat surface. See more
Don't you understand I will not sell my soul?
There'll be a $200 fee.
At those prices... eh!
I like a man with integrity. I wish I knew one.