Toody is feeling henpecked by Lucille, but musters the courage to become king of his castle after seeing a stirring performance of Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew."

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Toody is feeling henpecked by Lucille, but musters the courage to become king of his castle after seeing a stirring performance of Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew."

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3 December 1961 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the William Shakespeare play "The Taming of the Shrew". See more »

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In the opening scene when Toody is on the phone with Lucille, the phone that he's using switches between noticeably different styles right in the middle of his conversation. See more »

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A Classic......At Least In My House
10 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has always been my most memorable episodes in this series, maybe because it was my father's favorite and as kids, we often copy our dad.

This episode should make every married couple laugh, especially the men. Ever feel henpecked, guys? This is for you....but don't expect a happy ending! "Lucille" is not the doting "Rose," as our hero "Guenther" finds out!

Inspired by a play he saw in Central Park, Guenter decides he is no longer going to be picked on by his wife. He is going to be the king of his castle! Through an odd twist of fate, he gets away with it....for awhile.

Carl Ballantine as "Al" and Martha Greenhouse as "Rose" are fantastic, topped only by one of the funniest married TV couples of all-time, "Guenther" (Joe E. Ross) and "Lucille" (Beatrice Pons).


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