Tabitha temporarily becomes a TV star when she pops into a children's show to reprimand two aggressive puppets.

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Lester Silverton
Robert Q. Lewis ...
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Ed Call ...
Steamboat Bill
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Robin Silverton (as Kathleen Richards)
Barbara Dodd ...
Script Girl
Bob Baker ...
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Roy R. Etherington ...
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David Mandel-Bloch ...
Adam Stephens (as David Lawrence)
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Helen Silverton
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Samantha, Tabitha and Adam are watching the Steamboat Bill television show, which is sponsored by Darrin's client, toy manufacturer Lester Silverton. The segment of the show that is currently airing is the Punch and Judy puppets, which is characterized by Punch always beating up Judy. Samantha tries to explain to Tabitha that what Punch is doing to Judy isn't right in real life. As Samantha goes to the kitchen to prepare lunch for the children, Adam, emulating Punch, starts hitting Tabitha. So Tabitha tries to solve the problem herself by zapping herself into this airing of the show to talk to Punch about what he's doing to Judy is wrong, allowing the television watching audience to see her on air, including Darrin and Lester Silverton. While Darrin is incensed, Silverton, while not appreciating not being told about it beforehand, loves what he believes was Darrin's idea of the little girl, who captivated the audience both with her naturalness and her message. Although Darrin and ... Written by Huggo

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3 November 1971 (USA)  »

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