Floyd takes action and Charlie tries to prove himself; Peggy and Ed disagree about what to do next; Lou finds himself sidelined during Ronald Reagan's campaign tour.
Did You Know?
The title is taken from the O. Henry Christmas story in which a young married couple, each short of cash to get a gift for the other, sacrifices their dearest possession to raise money for a gift ... only to learn their spouse has done the same and gotten rid of the one thing that would have given the gift meaning, which loosely characterizes the Ed-and-Peggy plot here. See more
The banner on the side of Reagan's bus reads "Reagan '80" with a single quote in front of 80 rather than an apostrophe, revealing this mistake to be the result of the automatic "smart quote" feature of modern word processing programs. See more
Where you been?
I just met a-a friend.
Mm. You think you're grown, is that it?
With your clothes and your hair and no bra? Like you know somethin' about the world? Being grown's got a price. Kid gets slapped when he's bad. When you're grown, you get the fist or the knife.
References Bedtime for Bonzo
Children of the Sun
Written by Billy Thorpe
and Spencer Proffer
Performed by Billy Thorpe See more