After Samantha gives birth to her son, Maurice casts a spell that makes all who gaze on him fall in love with the child.

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Ralph Davis
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Bobo Lewis ...
Nurse Horgan
John Hiestand ...
Mr. Berkeley
Marguerite Ray ...
Helen
Kay Elliot ...
Night Supervisor
Pat Priest ...
Mrs. Goodall
Gordon De Vol ...
Bob Paikowski
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Mrs. Paikowski (as Hilarie Thompson)
Robert Gros ...
Mr. Johnson
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Despite being flustered due to the event, Darrin is able to get Samantha to the hospital in plenty of time for the birth of their second child, a boy. Also waiting for them at the hospital unexpectedly is Samantha's father, Maurice. Maurice balks at the notion that his grandson is getting exactly the same treatment as all the other babies in the maternity ward. As such, he casts a spell which makes every single mortal who sets eyes on the baby automatically fall in love with him. Beyond all the other new mothers and fathers falling in love with Samantha and Darrin's baby and in the process neglecting their own, Larry wants to use the baby in an advertising campaign, and the hospital wants to paint a mural of the baby as inspiration to other expectant parents. After finding out about Maurice's spell, Samantha and Darrin have to convince him that all the resulting publicity may not be a good thing. Written by Huggo

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16 October 1969 (USA)  »

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First of the three different roles played by Pat Priest in the series. See more »

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