Miss Fozzard, a spinster in late middle age who works in a department store, is slightly ridiculous, but aware that she is. Her emotionally-impoverished life takes a definite turn for the worse when she's forced to take in her disabled older brother, to whom she's never been close and who, since his brain injury, openly mocks his sister. Then some slight foot trouble brings her to the attention--and brings her the attentions--of a podiatrist. In a way that's not what she dreamed of or would have imagined, Miss Fozzard is about to get a taste of life.
Did You Know?
As Mr. Clarkson Hall says, Miss Fozzard, it doesn't matter what you say as long as it's language. Language is balls coming at you from every angle.