Mr. Watson, Oliver and Lisa's neighbor just "got social
securitied." As a result, they decide to do the traveling
that they've always wanted to do (to Pixley to see a big
screen movie) and to sell their farm. Oliver leaps
(or more accurately is pushed by Mr. Watson) at the chance
to buy the additional 140 acres, but not without discussing
it with Lisa first. Lisa HATES the idea, until she sees
the Watson's house (not realizing that the Watsons are not
including that in the sale), and tells Oliver to buy the
Oliver must travel to New York to transfer some funds, and
while he is away, Lisa sells the Watson's furniture to Mr.
Haney, and has him move all of their furniture into what she
believes is their new home. Oliver returns, learns of the
misunderstanding, and has to buy back the Watson's
furniture from The Elite Antique American High Priced
Furniture Buyers (Mr. Haney, of course).
The show ends with the Oliver waking up the next morning and
bumping his head on the telephone pole, which the phone
company has replaced, right back in the middle of the
bedroom. Lisa puts her fingers in her ears to drown out
Oliver who cusses up a storm.
"Would YOU be interested in buying my farm, Mr. Douglas?"
Oliver prepares to go to New York to transfer some funds
Oliver's tractor is a "Hoyt-Clagwell"
Mr. Haney was so broken up when Mr. Douglas "forced him to
sell" his farm that Mr. Haney cried for three days
(Until the check cleared!)
To make Oliver feel at home in "their new house" Lisa fixes
it so that the front door knob falls off of the Watson's place.
Mr. Haney refuses to "do business" with Mrs. Douglas because
she barters incorrectly. When Mr. Haney goes down on his
price, Lisa also goes down on her offer, instead of raising
her offer to get closer to Mr. Haney's asking price.