The convent is willed a dry goods business, which is free and clear of debt. However it is devoid of any sense of order. Unable to run the business themselves, the sisters look for someone to act as manager. Carlos suggests his cousin Luis, if only to get Luis out from working at the casino. Luis has some unique business ideas, which is causing havoc for Carlos at the casino. At the dry goods store, Luis' business ideas cause the store to go into the red after the first week. To keep the sisters from firing Luis which would in turn cause Luis to go back to working at the casino, Carlos pays people to buy things at the store, and the fortunes of the store obviously turn around. However Luis comes up with some more interesting business ideas, including advertising the fact that the store is owned by the charitable sisters, to which their dry goods competitors cry foul. The Reverend Mother sees no other way to undo this unfair advertising than to sell the store. Luis is initially ...
Did You Know?
The dual role of identical cousins or siblings, with contrasting personalities (Carlos Ramirez / Luis Ramirez), was a common plot device and special effects' technique (using split-screen) in 1960's sitcoms. It was used for cousins Samantha Stephens / Serena in Bewitched
(1964), Herman / Charlie Munster in The Munsters: Knock Wood, Here Comes Charlie
(1964) and Jeannie / evil fraternal twin sister (also named Jeannie) in I Dream of Jeannie
(1965). See more