Harry Mullin comes home to find his wife has left with a door to door cello salesman. If he thinks he'll suffer his misery in solitude, he's very mistaken. Within minutes, he has many unexpected guests: a house breaking voyeur disguised as a policeman, hapless Harry's parents, his ex scoutmaster, an excessively who is enamored of the departed Melissa, a cheerful neighbor, and finally his collegiate son's girl friend. When Melissa returns from her escapade because the salesman has decided he'd rather be a priest, reconciliation is not the result! Melissa and the voyeur fall in love Harry steals his son's girl friend.
"Very funny...original humor in the tradition of Bruce Jay Friedman and Kurt Vonnegut. Crittenden is a playwright of immense comic talent!" - New York Post