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Ed: “Indians don't
knock. It's rude.”
Joel: “No? What the hell do Indians do?”
Ed: “Use the key.”
||While Joel is struggling with evergrowing frustration
over faulty plumbing in his cabin, he sensitively deals with Ed's uncle Anku, a proud but ill medicine man who is reluctant to embrace modern
Joel's futile effort to handle his cabin's plumbing problems on his own provide
a great source of amusement for Maggie. Meanwhile, at Ed's request, Joel attempts
to treat his Uncle Anku's (guest star Frank
Sotonoma Salsedo) deteriorating health with little success. Averse to modern
medicine, the Indian elder tests Joel's schooled, medical expertise. At KBHR,
the storefront radio station, anger and unrest develops among the townsfolk
when Maurice fires deejay Chris-in-the-morning (John Corbett) and takes over the station controls
himself -- playing nonstop show tunes.
Chris at 15 and pal Dickie Heath, summer of '76: after stealing car and while
burglarizing a home, comes across Whitman book which inspires him to become
a sculptor: in the juvenile detention home, his jailer informs him Walt was
If you want to catch a fish, think like a fish.
Chris, 29 in this script
("finds" Mindy from Boston in woods).
Holling is Mayor of Cicely.
Maggie has a trick knee (Joel brings her Darvon).
Maurice grew up in Oklahoma
Anku promised Julia Chigliak
(Ed's last name; pronounced "Chiglak.' by Anku & Ed) red willow bark for her
||Woman #1 - Hannah Johnson
Woman #2 - Sandra Lee Dejong (as Sandra DeJong)
Richard 'Rick' Pederson - Grant
Goodeve (also appeared in 1.1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.8, 2.1, 4.1)
Uncle Anku - Frank Salsedo (as Frank Sotonoma Salsedo) (also appeared in 4.16)
Mrs. Anku - Armenia Miles
Man #1 - Mitch Hale
Man #2 - Ken Schneider
Man #3 - Gary Taylor (Also appeared in 2.5, 3.5, 3.17, 4.3, 5.20, 6.11)
Mindy - Leslie Rueschenfield (sp?)
Shirley - Jan Poole
(Note music listed is from the original TV airings. The DVD may differ.)
Another Op'nin', Another Show - Kiss
Me Kate cast recording - Cole Porter
[Maurice on the mike, Joel takes a shower]
March of the Siamese
Children - King and I
[Joel looks for a book on plumbing in Ruth-Anne's store]
This was a Real
Nice Clambake - Carousel
[Joel and Ed talk as Joel attempts to fix his shower.]
Wunderbar - Kiss
Me Kate cast recording
[Joel examines Maggie's trick knee]
Chris reads from "The
Complete Works of Walt Whitman, Walt Whitman"
Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
|Ed's Movie References:
||Little Big Man
and additional research