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Nancy Smith was the attractive young daughter of the President of the United States. She met a young veterinarian from Center City, Iowa (near Des Moines) and they fell in love. Unfortunately, being under constant surveillance by the two agents of the secret service (Turner & Rodriguez) that did nothing to promote the romance at this point and Nancy's Chaperone, Abigail and Adam's Uncle Everett also seemed constantly to get in the way, not to mention the press. The President was never shown on camera, but his aides were and his voice was heard on occasion. On November 5, 1970, The Couple got married at Adam's House. Written by
Ben Rowe <BHallumsro@juno.com>
This series told the story of the daughter of the President of the United States and was counter-programming to the series 'The Governor & J.J. (1969)' which was about the daughter of the governor of a fictional Midwestern state. See more »
Remembered watching a couple of episodes of this short-lived series. President's daughter falls in love with Mr. Regular Guy, who has a regular job and regular kibitzing kin. Nancy and boyfriend carry their affair under the watchful eyes of several Secret Service agents. I don't remember a laugh track but it was supposed to be a comedy. I couldn't find it funny, just cutesy. the only episode that stuck in my mind was when the couple moved into a house with some raw food but no working stove. So, the uncle (who was doing some handyman's work) pulled out his torch and "cooked" the chicken. Tasted like gasoline, he remarked.
No other episode comes to mind. Don't even remember how the cast looked like!
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