Woof and Berger provoke Sheila by listing a series of sexual terms.
A paraplegic mother (Elizabeth Franz) worries about her daughter, Sheila (Finn Carter), who is married to Nelson (Tom Gilroy), a physically abusive man. The mother reveals that she has developed a melon whose juice is a miracle drug. Nelson tries to steal one, but discovers the melons are protected by vicious "Brazilian blood worms." He manipulates Sheila into learning the secret of the melons (and the worms) from her mother, but there is much more to both the melons and a mother's protective instinct than he realizes.
Former Chair of the FDIC Sheila Bair laments the slow recovery points to fiscal policies that could be improved, including investment in infrastructure that would create jobs and reduce business operating costs.
Former Middle Delaware State basketball coach Sheila Kelly returns to the spotlight as a freshman Congresswoman.
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