Tired of humouring Mrs. Lumberson’s increasingly numerous “sightings” of their long lost son, Mr. Lumberson checks his wife into a Mental Asylum.
Mrs. Lumberson tries to cheer up her amputee-husband by taking him to Basin Falls.
Mr. Lumberson resorts to extreme survival techniques that he learnt from 127 Hours in order to free himself from a freak boxing-tape accident.
Camping in the woods to understand their role in this world, Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson kayak through the fog of Basíne Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson budget their accomodation expenses by spending the night in a haunted house.
Mrs. Lumberson wallows in despair after discovering that the blueberry pie she’d left to cool on the window sill had been stolen by hobos.
Mrs. Lumberson reaps the rewards of her early morning training when she wins second prize in an amateur judo tournament.
At a time of desperate financial trouble, Mr. Lumberson anxiously waits for his job interview as a Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson take advantage of the extra legroom on their first international flight together.
Mrs. Lumberson plays on the tire swing that her husband made for their beloved son (before his mysterious disappearance).