When we last saw Bob Flagg he was in big trouble. He had just reunited with his wife and daughter after suffering from a mysterious amnesia, when a bride showed up and said that Bob had asked her to marry him. And, Bob had heartlessly left her at the alter.
After getting the kids off the roof and the nosy relatives back in the house Betty turns to her parents for comfort.
Betty Flagg is devastated. How could her loving, wonderful husband want to marry another woman? She couldn't believe it.
"There, there," says Mr. Drapeau. patting Betty's back comfortingly. "Bob says he doesn't remember. Why don't you sit down with him and talk this out. I know that Bob loves you."
"Oh, Daddy, how can I ever trust him again," sobs Betty.
"I told you not to marry him," Betty's mother says, glaring at Bob. "I knew he wasn't good enough for you."
"Now, Dorothy," says Mr. Drapeau. "Bob's a good man. Don't make things worse for our girl."
Bucky is standing between Betty and this strange man who is making her unhappy. He won't let him hurt her.
"Bob," says the bride pulling on his arm. "There people are a bore. Let's go. The minister is waiting."
"What ... No, I can't marry you. I'm already married." Bob is so confused.
"Don't be ridiculous, Bob," says the Bride, pulling on his arm. "You are marrying me. Get a grip!"
As Betty's mother steers her into the house a stranger comes round the corner of the house.
"Hey there!" he says to Mr. Drapeau. " A Mountie and a man in livery riding a bicycle told me that a bride had come to this house."
"Yes, she is over there," says Mr. Drapeau. "She has been telling us that my son-in-law wanted to marry her. My daughter is very upset."
"I am so sorry," says the stranger. "The bride is my daughter and she thinks that everyman she meets wants to marry her. Your son-in-law must be her latest groom. I can tell you without even meeting him that he is totally blameless"
"Hi Daddy. Hi Ellen. Is it time to cut the cake?"
"Yes dear. Let's go. Say goodbye to these nice people."
"Okay! Come on Ellen. Let's go. I love cake!" And with that Bridie and her family left.
"Mom!" says Betty, "Bob was telling the truth all along. He didn't want to marry another woman. Oh how could I have misjudged him so."
Betty doesn't notice, but the peanut gallery is back. They must have heard the stranger arrive.
"Betty, you have nothing to apologize for." says Bob, giving her a hug. "I am so sorry I caused you this pain."
"It's not your fault Bob." says a happy Betty. "You had amnesia."
"How do you like that? says Bill to Philip in the doorway. "He got off Scott free!"
"I knew my Bob was a good boy." says Mrs. Flagg Sr. "Just like his sainted father."
What does Bob remember?
Where did he meet the bride?
Why does the nurse seem so familiar?
Does he realize he is going to be a father again?
What exactly happened when he was missing?
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