The turkey in the poultry-yard, always troubled with a class-grievance (probably Christmas), may be reminiscent of that summer morning wrongfully taken from him when he got into the lane among the felled trees, where there was a barn and barley.
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The show’s brand of humor is reminiscent of The Office.
Mrs. Livingston smiles at the inflections in Harriet’s voice, so reminiscent of Yetta’s accent, so clearly an imitation of Mr. and Mrs. Blanck.