Car 54, Where Are You?: Season 2, Episode 13

142 Tickets on the Aisle (9 Dec. 1962)

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When the boys of the 53rd Precinct suddenly show an interest in the clean and uplifting Broadway epic "Little Miss Pioneer," so does the prurient public.

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When the boys of the 53rd Precinct suddenly show an interest in the clean and uplifting Broadway epic "Little Miss Pioneer," so does the prurient public.

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Paul Reed (Capt. Block) and Sammy Smith (the ticket seller for "Little Miss Pioneer") were starring on Broadway in "How to Succeed in Business (Without Really Trying)" (one of the options for the boys to see) at the time of broadcast. Sammy went on to reprise his role in the 1967 movie. See more »

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3 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This isn't one of the better episodes, although it's not terrible. A lot of it is arguing among the precinct's "Brotherhood Committee" and their wives and where to spend their annual get-together.

They finally decide on a Broadway but can't into any of them as they all sold out well in advance......except for one stink in which about three people attend each night. "Little Miss Pioneer" is a "wholesome" play with no sex, violence, innuendos, half-naked women, etc., and - according to writers a play nobody wants to see, the message being that sex sells.

Some of the comments by "Sylvia Schnauser" (Charlotte Rae) are funny, but that's about it.


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