Laura's and Adam's wedding plans begin to derail when another man's kiss puts doubt in Laura's heart and a bad fall from the roof of the house he is secretly building for their new life together lands Adam in a wheelchair.

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Laura's and Adam's wedding plans begin to derail when another man's kiss puts doubt in Laura's heart and a bad fall from the roof of the house he is secretly building for their new life together lands Adam in a wheelchair.

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17 May 1964 (USA)  »

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When Will and Laura are beside the lake, they refer to their kiss "last night". Yet Adam was gone "last night" and returned in the day. Based on his comments the day he returned is the Saturday after the engagement party. So the correct comment should have been "last week". See more »

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Melancholy and likable
10 June 2017 | by (Virginia, United States) – See all my reviews

Far be it from me to refer to myself in the royal first person plural, but it makes me apprehensive about the reviewer. That said I have just seen this episode for, as far as I can recall, the first time, as I was a pre-teen while the show was still in first run on the early 70s. That said I believe this episode was as well written and well performed as any other in the long run of the series. Not only that, it is one that is based on what can really happen to a couple when one keeps secrets from the other, even when it is for a happy surprise. Neglecting a loved one especially a spouse or intended and even more a widow will leave room for doubt and confusion, and when someone comes in presenting someone more available can cause such a situation. It was a bittersweet episode which I found to be well done. No negatives from me, predictability notwithstanding. It isn't always the destination but the trip that is important.


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