The Dick Van Dyke Show: Season 2, Episode 24

The Sam Pomerantz Scandals (6 Mar. 1963)

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The gang vacations at Rob's army buddy's new resort, but when Rob incapacitates its headlining comic, he gets the gang to help put on a show to make up for it.

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Larry Mathews ...
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Rob, Laura, Mel, Buddy, Sally and Pickles visit a resort operated by Sam Pomerantz, an old friend from Rob's Army days; however, when Rob accidentally incapacitates Danny Brewster, the resort's regular entertainer, Rob must convince his friends to give up their vacations in order to provide the entertainment while Brewster recovers. Written by aldanoli

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When he is introduced as the regular entertainer at Sam Pomerantz' resort, Danny Brewster (played by Lennie Weinrib) briefly does an impression of then-President John F. Kennedy. This marks one of the rare times that someone does topical humor on the show. Normally, producer Carl Reiner tried to avoid any such references or the use of contemporary slang. See more »

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Sally Rogers: Sometimes it's best not to say anything.
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