Mrs. Baker is waiting for her husband at the airport, but, sadly, he died and the general is here to give her the news. Distracted by the need to see her husband, she doesn't realize that the general is not Ty.
Ty! You're home!
Mrs. Baker, I am not your husband. I am the Army General and I regret to inform you that your husband has died. We are very sorry for your loss.
Holling goes over to Mrs. Baker to comfort her.
What am I going to do with my life?
It's okay Mrs. Baker. We can get through this together.
That day, Mrs. Baker resigned from her teaching position at Camillo Junior High and decided to go visit her parents who, even though she despised, she needed to see to give her support.
The next day, Mrs. Baker went to visit her parents and they welcomed her with wide arms. She didn't like this because she knew that her parents were touchy-feely hippies that loved to sing out in public.
Mom, dad, something happened to Ty. He's gone!
The family went to the cemetery to visit Ty's grave. Everyone stood there, in silence, tears slowly dripping down their faces.
Mrs. Baker suddenly fell to the ground. She just had a heart attack from the amount of anxiety that she was faced with.