At dinner one night, Edith begins to talk about the friendship she is developing with the local butcher, Mr. Klemmer. Mike and Gloria suspect that the man may have feelings for Edith, but Archie blows it off because he believes that she has already found perfection. During a conversation at the Laundromat, Edith has a conversation with Mr. Klemmer, stating that he might have a chance. He thinks she's talking about her, but she means with someone else. She invites him over to the house for coffee and to sit around the piano and sing. She hopes Archie will join them but he goes to work at the bar, leaving him alone with the man. At the bar, Barney Hefner comes buy in tears because Blanche has just left him for their exterminator, which gets Archie's mind ticking. Back at he house, Mr. Klemmer declares for Edith but she reminds him that she is happily married, just as Archie walks in. Embarrassed over the misunderstanding, Mr. Klemmer leaves and Edith and Archie sit at the piano. Archie ...
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References The Lawrence Welk Show
Lyrics by Milton Drake
, Al Hoffman
and Jerry Livingston
Portion sung by Jean Stapleton
and Theodore Bikel See more