A nude mural on the wall near Ed's garage has the neighborhood up in arms.

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A nude mural on the wall near Ed's garage has the neighborhood up in arms.

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12 September 1975 (USA)  »

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Second season opener with Rich Little
16 July 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Paint Job" debuted the second season, featuring new scenes during the opening credits that remained for the rest of the series' existence. Guest starring is world famous comedian Rich Little, whose stuttering Dwayne Devine does voice impressions to avoid his speech impediment, convincing Ed to allow a mural to be painted on the wall outside his garage. Louie calls the finished mural dirty, Ed refers to it as a 'French postcard!' (Chico rates it LG: "Looking Good!"). Ronny Graham debuts as Reverend Bemis, who made nine appearances this second season (none afterwards), who proves that everybody sees something different in the nude mural. The final judgment belongs to Emmett Waldo (William Tregoe), who proclaims her a work of art, after which Ed does his impression of James Cagney: "you dirty rats!"


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