by John Lithgow, with Stories from P.G. Woodehouse and Ring Lardner
approx. 2h 15min, incl. one interval
Lithgows explains how his actor/director father recovers from depression after an risky operation, when he read him this story from his childhood. He had to take care of his fragile parents, because he was out of work at the time. Part One: P.G. Woodehouse: Uncle Fred Flits By He is playing all the very English characters himself.
Referring to being the "new kid in town", Lithgow plays a hairdresser who serves an invisible customer ... He started off with a traditional country song. Part Two: Ring Lardner: Haircut