Cissy meets some flower children in the park and wants to be one of them. Uncle Bill is none too pleased.

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Cissy meets some flower children in the park and wants to be one of them. Uncle Bill is none too pleased.

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7 April 1969 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the peace movement of the 1960's when the youth preferred flowers to gun and had the slogan "Make Love, Not War". See more »

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Cissy wants to be a Weekend Hippy!
11 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cissy's clean-cut (i.e., square) date takes her to "The East Village" where he suddenly turns into a rather awkward hippie (complete with Beatle wig!); Cissy is unsure of the kids there, but by night's end she's starting to open up to their peace-and-love lifestyle. Uncle Bill isn't crazy about it, but he goes with Cissy to the pad to check things out and, aside from one disturbance (Jamie Farr in kooky clothes demanding a hammer), he allows Cissy to spend the weekend there away from home. The hippies come to pick Cissy up and love Mr. French's beard ("we're home!"), but wise-but-friendly Buffy sees right through them (she quickly sets Cissy straight without being the least bit precocious). A wonderful episode from the show's fantastic third season, featuring lovely Veronica Cartwright as one of the 'Raggedy Anns'.


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