Rebecca deMornay is the star of this fanciful tale A day in her life is like a week spent in hell She's married to a man that's a total a$$ He works out of town and married to yet another lass He brings her angels she collects on a shelf And thinks he is wily, quite proud of himself She lost a child who was born premature This loosens a screw and makes a loony of her...
She booby traps the house, what she calls a "safe zone' To protect her from hubby when he is at home The toaster is rigged if you use it you get shocked The table has arrows with a trigger that is cocked Don't open that cupboard, it is set up with knives That fly when you open and aim for your eyes She laces the OJ with a slug of turpentine If you tick her off she can really whine And to add to the mix for just a touch of fun Damn if she didn't up and get a gun!
She wears filly aprons over top a lace teddy And lures you in pretending she's ready But just when you think you're gonna score with this gal She pulls out her gun and says "I want to buy a vowel" She lives in a fantasy world immersed in TV And frolics with the neighbor, as crazy as she She speaks in a language entirely her own She's erotic, she's provocative, she can make you moan
When things go wrong and she talks to her lover She asks in a sweet voice "Can we have a do over'?" We can try and pretend all is right in our life And maybe you can just forget you have another wife She fires up the oven that they keep in the back To get rid of a body in case they attack She sprinkles ashes in her garden, after a burn That she keeps on a shelf in a lovely little urn
The hubby watches them make love through a two-way glass Then approaches the neighbor, which I think is quite crass The hubby and the Neighbor plan to get rid of this girl But she flips the scene on them and leaves in a whirl!
One of the truly most bizzare movies I've seen since Boxing Helena. Join me in the fun! aka Table for One