Lili von Shtupp disappears behind her changing screen, but we also realize there is a curtain too. She actually is not ripping off her clothes, but opening and closing the curtain. When she comes back, she is dressed similar to a Playboy bunny, just without the ears. She realizes it is too bright in the room so she blows out both lamps, leaving the room in near dark. As she sits next to Bart, there is a knock at the door. She makes her way to it and it’s Hedley who wants to know how it is going? She says the sheriff is like wet sauerkraut in my hands; by morning he will be my slave. Hedley tries to cop a quick feel but she slams the door. She returns to Bart, asking if it’s true that his people are “gifted”?
Susan Delmonico is a personal trainer by day via her own company, SJD Health and Fitness, and a movie aficionado by evening. She has been a fan of Gene Wilder for much of her life and is happy to return to season 2 to comment on Blazing Saddles. She was on several episodes of our first season, Young Frankenstein, a movies she still feels might be the best comedy of all time.
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