Lisa leaves Oliver! (For a week...to go pack up their furniture and
have it shipped to Hooterville)
While in New York, Lisa and her mother-in-law visit Rodney Weatherby,
famous architect, hoping to fix up Green Acres and make it a little
more liveable (Tennis courts, putting green, swimming pool, croquet course, weight
room, etc.). In Hooterville, Oliver is doing some planning of his
own, hoping to turn the Old Haney place into a real farm.
Mr. Haney keeps interrupting Oliver with his efforts to sell
him Eleanor the cow. But Oliver is not falling for Haney's tricks this
Finally, Lisa returns, and Oliver and Lisa compare their plans.
Not surprisingly, Lisa's 1/2 million dollar estate plans don't quite
fit in with Oliver's plans. But she takes it in stride, and even buys him
a gift to celebrate their one month anniversary of being on the
farm...Eleanor the cow!
Haney tries unsuccessfully to sell Eleanor to Mr. Douglas
Eb "exposes" what is beneath the current wallpaper
Rodney Weatherby can't believe Lisa's description of Green Acres
Lisa's plans for the farm cause quite a stir
To get to the airport, Lisa "simply" has to follow these instructions:
"You take the train to Pixley, hmmmmm? And at Pixley, you take a cab
to the bus depot. At the bus depot, you take a bus to the County
Seat...At the County Seat, you take a jitney to the airport." Whew!
Lisa flies "Transconsolidated Airlines" to New York.
While waiting for "the County Agent" Oliver reads "Plowing, Planting, and
Cultivating - Planning the Farm for Profit and Stability."
Originally, Haney asked for $200.00 for Eleanor, then $100.00. We never
find out what Lisa ended up paying for the cow.