Rob storms out of the house after he and Laura have an argument, spending the evening at a drive-in theater. Returning home about one o'clock in the morning, Rob and Laura make up, Rob a little worse for wear since he sustained a black eye falling on Jerry and Millie's lawn jockey. Being virtually alone for the night causes problems for Rob later as police search for someone who drove a car matching Rob's car's license plate number (or what part they have of the number). That person allegedly assaulted an elderly woman at a bar at 11:45 that night. Having nothing to hide, Rob tries to cooperate with the police, but the more he does, the guiltier he looks and sounds. Rob may end up being arrested unless someone can come up with a plausible explanation for the license plate issue and why Mrs. Fieldhouse, the victim, positively identifies him as one of her attackers.
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Did You Know?
A hinge-like device can be seen, holding two sections of the set's walls together, in Rob and Laura's bedroom. See more
Why are you trying to put me behind bars?
I'm a public-spirited citizen.
References The Life of Emile Zola