Wisconsin or Minnesota
Blue car is headed to the marriage counselor.
Rex is in the car; he is a passenger. Uncle Jim is driving. His wife Rhoda is in the tan car.
Rex lost his license from being involved in too many car wrecks, so Uncle Jim is driving him. They've been out fishing this morning. It's now after lunch, 1 pm.
Rhoda is driving the tan car. This morning she got out of bed, took a cold shower, and sprayed perfume all over herself. She was too busy to get to work, as she was enjoying what she was doing too much. She is a neonatal nurse who takes care of babies.
Rex and Rhoda have 3 kids: Lee, Josephine, and Bud, the oldest of whom is aged 7. The children are in school today.
Their marriage is in trouble because the cooking is bad.
The female dog's name is Bugalou; the male dog's name is Hoodlum. They are golden retrievers who do not have the same romantic troubles that their owners do. They are accompanying their owners as witnesses to the counseling session.
Rhoda plans to talk to the marriage counselor about Rex's not listening to her and his neglect of proper toilet flushing procedures. Rex will address Rhoda's bad cooking.