Bud & Betty's cousin Millie visits the Anderson's. Betty is upset to share her room and have a country bumpkin in town. Jim tells Betty she has to help Millie make friends. Millie shows up and is beautiful and gives Betty a new outlook.

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Lauren Chapin ...
Kathy Anderson
Beverly Long ...
Grace
Harold Lloyd Jr. ...
Joel
Mike Mason ...
Tommy (as Michael Mason)
David De Haven ...
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Bud & Betty's cousin Millie visits the Anderson's. Betty is upset to share her room and have a country bumpkin in town. Jim tells Betty she has to help Millie make friends. Millie shows up and is beautiful and gives Betty a new outlook.

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5 March 1958 (USA)  »

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Odd!
26 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Betty's cousin is visiting. All of a sudden, Betty is Veronica Lodge. What on Earth was all that? She's talking like Tallulah Bankhead or something, all of a sudden. And she's an absolute snob toward this cousin, . . . Miss Alfalfa.

Where is all of this coming from?

The beautiful Susan Oliver appears as the cousin and gives no hint of Elly May Clampett.

Fashion seems to be the clincher here, with dear cuz in pants and a plaid shirt.

When Betty is mouthing off about her cousin (after all the boys were crazy over her), Susan Oliver walks in on her. Betty is caught.

She makes amends by helping cuz dress up beautifully for the dance.

"How did she become so beautiful?" Katie asks. This is lost on me. Only when she is revealed in the Star Trek pilot to be a broken deformed figure by the aliens at the end is about the ugliest I've ever seen Oliver.

Pants or dress, hair up or hair down, she was always beautiful.

Strange episode.


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