A little known sporting competition called the Olympics is coming to America for the first time. Victor and the other members of his men's club are incensed that women are allowed to compete specifically in archery. Despite having no interest in the sport itself, Lillian decides to enter the competition in order to have a shiny medal around her neck, preferably gold. Victor and his friends' measures to stop the women from entering the competition has an unintended consequence most specifically for Lillian. One person who has come to America coinciding with the competition is Victor's nephew from Bavaria, a gentle boy named Adolf Hitler. Adolf's views of the world may be influenced by his encounter with Dr. Goldberg, Hamish and the archers. Meanwhile, Celery discovers a document which places Frederick and Beatrice's relationship in a new light, the latter two who have to come to terms with the information. Celery knows more about the document itself than she lets on.
Did You Know?
You were mean to me! And for reasons I don't understand that makes me not want to have sex with you anymore.