Comedy. By Nancy Riggan. A modern version of Molière's "The Doctor in Spite of Himself."
Cast: 3m., 3w. Bud Mosely, irritated at having to accompany his wife, Millie, to the laundromat, dumps her clothes on the floor. She knows he'll get over his rage, but she yearns for revenge—and gets it. A couple come seeking a psychiatrist because their daughter won't talk. Millie knows one. His name is Doctor Mosely, but he's very odd. He won't admit he's a psychiatrist unless one points a gun at him. This proves to be true. The daughter regains her speech in spite of "Dr." Mosely, if not because of him. We feel certain Molière himself would join in the laughter.