Mister Ed is a horse who is owned by Wilbur Post. Mister Ed is not just any horse, he talks to Wilbur! But this gets Wilbur in all kinds of trouble because Mister Ed won't talk to anyone ... See full summary »
Rex Barker, a maker of baby food, is a potential client for the ad agency. Larry Tate and Darrin Stephens hope to win him over at the Stephens' dinner party, but Mr. Barker is interested only in Darrin's wife, Samantha, who does her best to resist his advances. Unfortunately, Barker manages to get her alone out in the gazebo and corners her. Sam is forced to take drastic action: she turns Mr. Barker into a small dog. When the dinner party is over, Darrin is furious to learn that the pesky pooch that has suddenly shown up out of nowhere is the baby food man with the half-million dollar account. He refuses to believe Sam's explanation about what happened and demands that she change him back. Sam angrily refuses and throws Darrin out of the bedroom. Samantha's mother, Endora, could not be more pleased and hopes this marital spat spells doom for her daughter's marriage with a mortal. Written by
First appearance in the series of Darrin's boss, Larry Tate, and his wife, Louise Tate. See more »
When Sgt. Frost (of the Police Dept.) telephones Samantha where to find the dog (which she has turned Rex Barker into), she is told to see the veterinarian, Dr. David Cook. However, the vet (played by Monroe Arnold) is listed in the closing credits as Dr. Jason. See more »
Did I startle you, darling? Try a touch of bay leaf from India.
Have you ever thought of calling before you drop in, like other people?
I'm not like other people, Samantha. Neither are you. So will you please kindly tell me why you are wearing yourself out?
Because Mr. McMann and Mr. Tate thought it'd be nice to have Mr. Barker here for dinner tonight.
Well, why don't they have him to dinner?
Because he's Darrin's account. Now, if you'll excuse me, I am very busy.
There's an easier...
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