The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961–1966)
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Anthony Stone 

Sally falls head over heels over handsome, suave Anthony Stone, whom she met while on vacation in Jamaica. All is not what it seems as Rob and Buddy uncover a shocking secret about Sally's new boyfriend that will only cause heartache.

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Sally is beaming upon her return from vacation in Jamaica. Rob and Buddy know the reason: a man named Tony, whom she met while on vacation and who sent her flowers at the office. Sally admits as much, but she's evasive about Tony himself. She purposely meets Tony away from the office and even rushes to pick up the office telephone so that Rob and Buddy won't have a chance to speak to him. Even so, Rob and Buddy accidentally meet Tony, and although he's handsome, well-dressed and seemingly wealthy (indicated by the expensive gift he gives Sally), his equally evasive nature about himself makes Rob and Buddy take a dislike to him, believing that there is something shady that he's hiding. In due course, Laura, Rob and Buddy, and Sally each learn something different about him, which causes some confusion but makes Rob and Buddy specifically wonder whether they should share what they consider their earth-shattering news with Sally or not. Written by Huggo / edited by statmanjeff

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Comedy | Family

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24 March 1965 (USA)  »

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On Day 2 of this episode, Rob is wearing a small Cross on his suit lapel. It has no connection with the story. Dick van Dyke was an elder in the Presbyterian Church before becoming an actor. See more »

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Rob Petrie: Hey, let's get one thing straight. We have no right to pry into Sally's private business. It's just not right. Besides, Laura's pumpin' her right now.
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