Lily finds an invitation inside Marilyn's bureau drawer, for a party taking place in her school. Lily thinks that Marilyn's trying to hide them the invitation and she decides to talk about it during dinner. She wants to do it in a subtle fashion and advices Herman to lead the conversation to the party subject. But when everybody is gathered together, Herman asks Marilyn straight forward about the party. After Lily has explained why she founded the invitation, Marilyn says that she hasn't tell anything about it, because actually, that is a dance party. Marilyn knows that her uncle isn't an experimented dancer. Herman is worried because he doesn't want to disappoint Marilyn. Grandpa fixes a potion in order to help Herman, but it doesn't work. Later, Herman finds an ad in the paper about a dance school, where he can learn many kinds of styles at low rates. Herman inscribes himself in the dance school, in fact, with a new teacher, Miss Valentine, who at first will have the scare of a hell...
Did You Know?
After falling while learning to dance, Herman gets a new respect for Lawrence Welk
. On The Lawrence Welk Show
(1955), whenever the orchestra played a polka or waltz, Welk himself would dance with the band's female vocalist, the "Champagne Lady". See more
Well I'm surpised that he never learned to dance when he was younger.
Well, when other young men were going to parties and dances, I'm afraid he was always tied up at the laboratory.
References Dance with Me, Henry
Singin' in the Rain
Lyrics by Arthur Freed
and music by Nacio Herb Brown
Published 1929 See more