A GIRL GETS BREAK UP WITH ONE GUY AND FINDS ANOTHER ONE. AFTER GETTING ENGAGED WITH THAT OTHER GUY. HER EX-LOVER RETURNS BACK AND ASKS HER TO MARRY HIM. SHE RECOGNIZES THAT IT WAS DUE TO HER MISTAKE HE FELL IN TROUBLE. THEN SHE WILL BE UNABLE TO CONTROL HER PRESSURE. SHE FINDS SOME SHORT OF CONFUSION IN KNOWING WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED TO HER. MANY UNEXPECTED THINGS TAKE PLACE IN BETWEEN BOTH HER LOVERS. HER OWN DOCTOR PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN ALL THOSE HAPPENINGS. SHE LOSES TRUST ON BOTH THE GUYS SOMETIME. WHAT WILL SHE DECIDE TO DO NOW. LIVE WITH BOTH OR LEAVE THE BOTH.
After rescuing a teenage hiker from a fate worse than death, Henry Larond returns, much to his chagrin, to find the two Mormon missionaries, Smith and Wesson, painting the white picket fence in front of Mary Thornberg's Boarding House. An angry argument then ensues between Henry and Mary as a result; only to be interrupted by an unexpected demonstration of public nudity on the the part of Mary's attractive, young, female tenant, Joni; a newly avowed naturist, i.e; nudist.
Jack's life changed forever when he met Abagail, who was a runaway. The two slowly befriended. Possibly fell in love. Abagail said something was going to happen. 3 weeks later, she disappeared, leaving nothing but a confusing note. Jack is willing to go to high lengths to find her. But, is Jack willing to give up his happiness to find Abagail?
Henry tracks down Louis on horseback. Then is later surprised by Joni, while taking a bath. Towards the end of the episode, Henry will share some of his personal views on Mormons with Mary; with Ryan Running Dog (the Narrator) as always, injecting some of his unwanted thoughts as well.
Podcast script for Episode Four of the series. A humorous and romantic audio play, within a play, involving many interesting people from very different backgrounds. Narrated by a wise cracking Shoshone Native American, by the name of Ryan Running Dog.