Homer looks at the other two men, and resigns himself to the fact that they’re not going back to Butch’s place.
Al opens the taxi door.
“Well, so long,” says Homer. Fred and Al return the farewell.
Homer grabs his sea bag and heads toward the Parrish house.
“Where next?” asks the cabbie.
“Just a minute, bud,” says Fred.
Through the screen porch door, Luella Parrish spies her brother. She wheels around and yells “It’s Homer! Mama, Mama, Daddy! It’s Homer! Homer’s here!”
Luella runs to the next door neighbor’s house, “Wilma! Wilma! Homer’s here! Wilma, come on over!” She runs back to Homer and leaps into his arms.
Al and Fred smile, seeing the happy sight of the homecoming.
Homer’s parents appear on the porch, then run to hug Homer.
Next door, Wilma appears on her porch. She smiles broadly.
“There’s Wilma!” says Luella. Wilma pauses at the hedge row between the houses.