Grandpa finds out that Herman has lent to his brother-in-law Lester $5,000 dollars, in fact, all the money of the family bank account. Grandpa thinks that this was a crazy thing, but he and Herman trust in the word of Lester that he'll pay all the money back. Nevertheless, Lily and Marilyn discover that the bank account is empty, and this couldn't mean anything but Herman's bankruptcy. In order to face the situation, Lily begins to look for a job with the assistance of an agency. The only job that fits for Lily is reading palms in a tearoom, running by Ramon. Lily doesn't want that Herman finds out anything about it, and goes to work everyday after Herman leaves the house, returning just before Herman arrives. However, Grandpa begins to suspect and worried about his son-in-law, begins to full Herman's head with stories about a possible affair of Lily with another man. They start to follow Lily to her job and spy her during a reading session with Ramon, assuming that the whole thing is...
Did You Know?
Grandpa tells Herman that Lily goes out wearing her most exotic perfume, 'Chanel No. 13'. There are several theories as to why the number 13 became associated with bad luck (and probably why the Munsters enjoy it). For example, a year with 13 full moons instead of 12 posed problems for monks in charge of calendars because it would upset the regular arrangement of church festivals. See more
At around the 23:27 mark you can see, at the top of the screen, where the construction of the ceiling ends to reveal the ceiling of the studio they are filming in overhead. See more
What is Ramon like?
Well, he looks a little bit like Cary Grant. Poor man.