A campy 1950s TV show with a perfect family living in suburbia. There's the all knowing father, the happy homemaker mother, the wise older brother, and the goofy and kindhearted younger brother. Often referred to as an example of 1950s quaintness and 'simpler times.' Reruns can be seen on TVLand.
Member of the woodwind family. A double reed instrument. Is NOT a "big oboe". Pitched a fifth below the oboe, in F. In orchestral works, is usually used to convey "sad" emotions. Has a deeper, more mellow sound due to the rounded bell. Is not English, despite the name. It's actually French. This is from a mis-translation of its other name, "cor anglais", which means "angled horn" but can also mean "English horn".