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The story of a newly-retired couple settling into their new home at an Arizona retirement community, this show was never given a fair chance to find an audience. The Hales (Paul Dooley and Phyllis Newman), were relatively sedate people (though his temper was often set off by the loonies they met), but the Peppers next door (Alan Young and Glynis Johns), the neighborhood hotpants (Ruta Lee), and the Little Hitler who ran the place (Kevin Pollak) made up most of the comedy.
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