Jim gets invited to play badminton with friends and starts to remember (with rose-colored glasses) his youth and college days. He plays the game and finds he is not as good as he used to be. Now, he realizes his best days are behind him.

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Jim gets invited to play badminton with friends and starts to remember (with rose-colored glasses) his youth and college days. He plays the game and finds he is not as good as he used to be. Now, he realizes his best days are behind him.

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Just A Throwaway Episode
12 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Father Knows Best is not very good. Don't get me wrong, I like the whole concept of Father Knows Best, but there is no way a person could enjoy every episode equally. The episode opens on a typical evening at the Anderson household. Every member of the household has plans. Betty and Bud are attending the wedding of one of Betty's friends. Bud is an usher and Betty is one of the matrons of honor. Kathy is planning her first sleepover at a friends house. That leaves Jim and Margaret to visit with friends where they plan to participate in a game of badminton. Jim regales his whole family with tales of his college athletic achievements. Then a letter arrives from Jim's old college chum telling Jim he is coming for a visit. The letter relates that he is now a grandfather and is afflicted with rheumatism. This changes Jim's whole outlook, and the story proceeds from there. Watch if you have a half hour to kill, but be warned the show is not very good.


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