Everybody Loves Opal
by: John Patrick

Opal Kronkie, a middle-age recluse, lives in a tumbledown mansion at the edge of the municipal dump. The general disarray of her establishment is aggravated by the fact that Opal collects things - anything that can be toted home in her little red wagon. Into her rather strange world comes Gloria, Bradford, and Solomon, three purveyors of bogus perfume on the lam from the authorities. Opal's home is the perfect hideout - and Opal, herself, might be the remedy for their shattered finances. They decide that what she needs is plenty of insurance, a rapid demise, and three beneficiaries ... named Gloria, Bradford, and Solomon. The unsavory trio repeatedly concocts elaborate schemes but are thwarted again and again. Through it all, Opal radiates kindness, affection and, strangely enough, gratitude. But the real clincher comes at the end as the trio finds the importance of friendship and that, sometimes, all you have to do is ask.

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Cheaper by the Dozen
Adapted by: Christopher Sergel (from the book by Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey) 

Suppose you're an attractive high-school girl and you're not only a member of a large and unique family but your father is, in fact, one of the great pioneers of industrial efficiency. Then suppose he decides, for no apparent reason, to apply his unorthodox methods to you and to the rest of your big family. The results are terribly embarrassing, funny and—it must be admitted—extremely effective! To Anne, however, the chief effect seems to be that of making them seem ridiculous to everyone else at school—especially to the boys! Dad pushes ahead with better organization for his large and delightful family. He puts up a chart for the young people to initial after completing each household task, uses a rung as an imaginary bathtub to demonstrate how to take a really efficient bath and appoints a utilities officer to levy fines on wasters of electricity. While the situations are often uproarious, there's a serious reason. Dad has a heart condition that he's keeping secret. The children don't understand them. Anne, the oldest, rebels. Both Dad and she are miserable at the lack of understanding between them. Then in a deft and moving scene, Dad becomes aware of how much Anne has grown up.

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Judge Jackie: Disorder in the Court
Written by Michael Kooman & Christopher Dimond

Judge Jackie Justice rules over her reality television courtroom with an iron fist, presiding over a three-ring circus of America’s most chaotic civil cases. But, when a drop in ratings brings her face to face with the liability of her own love life, the judge must learn to navigate the ludicrous laws of love in the over-the-top courtroom musical comedy.

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