He looks like he is in a bus or a train. He could be in a railroad car. It looks like he is perspiring. There is a billboard behind his head with cereal, strawberries and milk. What's behind his head? A billboard or a commercial. He's wiping his face with a handkerchief because it's hot outside...not necessarily, he could be having hot flashes.
We think he is on a train from the 1930's because he is in wicker seats. There are trains like this in Great Britain. This was before air conditioning. Cathleen doesn't think men have hot flashes. He is hurting, look at his face. He is worried because his tie is so ugly. His name is Herman Yellow Face. Ann thinks he looks like Richard.
He is going to work. He is in charge of a factory. He is the boss or the president of the Whole Wheat Company. He is holding a jacket and he is fanning himself with the newspaper. It is June or July and there are green fields in the window. His eyes are totally beat because he is tired. He is wearing suspenders because he's too tight to wear a belt to keep his pants up.
He's going home to his wife and three children and they are bad and challenging. Midge doesn't think that they are bad, just challenging. So, he is going to open up a beer and read the newspaper. He will flop down on a chair because he can't make it any further. Meanwhile, his kids are running all over, but they are normal kids and he is just hot!