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Old 02-28-2000, 09:28 PM   #1
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What is your all-time favorite episode of Love, American Style and why?
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Old 09-22-2001, 11:08 AM   #2
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I fondly remember the episode wherein one skit featured Donna Douglas(Beverly Hillbillies)and one skit featured Meredith McRae(Petticoat Junction).My two favorite blonde,"Henning Honeys,"in one show.WOW!

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Any with the beautiful Karen Valentine. Remember her from Room 222, she was absolutely gorgous in my opinion. She was a pretty good actress as well.
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My all time favorite episode was "Love and the wishing star". Starring Sam Jaffe and Soupy Sales. It was about an old man that was doing a wood carving of his wife he lost. Soupy Sales is an angel that needs to make good so he trys to make Jaffe happy but misses what he really wants, to be with his wife again. He bumbles the assignment but in the end he turns Jaffe into a wood statue and the end shows the man and wife statues coming together to hold hands.
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"Love and the wishing star". It's been many years since I've seen that episode, it's my favorite as well. Does anyone know where I could get a copy of this or any LAS episodes?

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DOE'S ANYBODY REMEMBER THE SKIT WITH THE CARTOON "WAIT TILL YOUR FATHER GETS HOME"?
IT ONE OF MY FAVORITES.
I ALSO LOVE THE SKIT WITH JOHN ASTIN AS THE NEWSANCHORMAN.

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The one with the Happy Days pilot, cause it's the only one I can remember.
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Default can't remember the title of short-episode-starred Meridith MacRae,Paul Peter Petersen

One episode that stood out-was the one where by a couple is getting ready to get married & the gir/woman played by Meridith MacRae(formerly Billie-Jo;on "Petticoat Junction") & the prospective gromm,played by Paul Petersen(fromerly Jeff;on the "Donna Reed Show")girl goes home to get married,but leaves till teh last minute to let the groom know what kind of environment she grew-up under. most of her life was brought up in the environment of 'nudist-colony".it alot more detailed don't have tiem togo into it but it was real funny at teh end- teh prospective groom though teh marriage was going to be perform TOTALLY NUDE-even though he felt about it-they ALL wound up dressed and him NAKED!
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I fondly remember the episode wherein one skit featured Donna Douglas(Beverly Hillbillies)and one skit featured Meredith McRae(Petticoat Junction).My two favorite blonde,"Henning Honeys,"in one show.WOW!I remember those. I remember it was a little "strange" at first, seeing Donna Douglas in another role.

And, the one with Merideth McRae, I remember, had her naked. I just remember that because I was at "that age" when I saw it. ------------------
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