Dorothy and Ozma are hosting an old-fashioned Kansas-style sleepover, complete with pillows and sleeping bags, snacks, and everything you need for a makeover. The Patchwork Girl even brings new pajamas for everyone. Frank and Lyman are spying on them and report back to Wilhelmina, who is determined to crash their party. Then all this happens:
This was just a silly one. I think Dorothy may start having more luck with things if she just includes Wilhelmina in the fun from the start. I'm still not sure Wilhelmina's heart is quite as interested in getting the Ruby Slippers as her aunt wants her to be, and maybe she and Dorothy would be better as friends than enemies. Still, I doubt their relationship is going to change much at all. I was amused at the Lion bringing in the makeover supplies, and ending up with curlers in his mane. This harkens back to some of Bert Lahr's shtick in the Wash and Brush Up Co. in The Movie. The statue garden that the gang hides behind also reminds me of the classic illustration from The Road to Oz where Neill's sophisticated, fashionable Dorothy looks on a statue of her younger self as illustrated by W. W. Denslow in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.