Green Acres (1965–1971)
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Hawaiian Honeymoon 

Lisa cons Oliver into taking a fifth honeymoon together, this time in Hawaii. When they check into the honeymoon suite, they are unaware that the hotel manager's groovy daughter has also ... See full summary »

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Lisa cons Oliver into taking a fifth honeymoon together, this time in Hawaii. When they check into the honeymoon suite, they are unaware that the hotel manager's groovy daughter has also given her friends the suite. Since the suite has two bedrooms, the two couples simply have to avoid each other. This proves impossible. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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This was a pilot for a new comedy series about a hotel owner and his groovy, meddling daughter in Hawaii. It was not picked up by the network. See more »

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Oliver Wendell Douglas: We've already had a second honeymoon, and a third, and a fourth.
Lisa Douglas: Why don't we make this a fifth, which is one of your favorite bottles.
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The death knell for "Green Acres".....avoid this episode if you love the show.
11 November 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Through the 1960s and into the early 70s, CBS television had several very, very successful TV shows all set in rural settings. "The Beverly Hillbillies", "Petticoat Junction" and "Green Acres" were all produced by the same production company and made CBS a top network as did the network's "Andy Griffith Show". But with changing times came an edict from the network execs that these shows should be canceled...even though they still had excellent ratings. Apparently more gritty and realistic shows like "All in the Family" were the future for CBS. So, with the writing on the wall, the makers of "Green Acres" decided to try their hand at non-rural comedies. This particular episode of "Green Acres" as well as the next (and final) were Filmway's pilots for two new shows...and at least in the case of "Hawaiian Honeymoon" I am thrilled the series was never approved by the network!

This episode of "Green Acres" has no cast from this show other than Oliver (Eddie Albert)) and Lisa (Eva Gabor). They are the tenuous connection between this show and the TV pilot. Out of no where, Lisa announces they're going to Hawaii on a second honeymoon...and soon the location switches to 'Hawaii' (actually it's obviously just made in some sound stage with sloppy rear projection of Hawaiian scenery). It's set in a hotel where the manager (Don Porter) has a 'kooky' (in other words, dopey and annoying) daughter with an inexplicable English accent. What follows is a far from hilarious mix-up where the Douglas family AND the manager's daughter's friends share the same suite...though they don't know it.

So why did I give this one a 2? Well, there are also 2 reasons. First, it's a terrible episode of "Green Acres" and has nothing to do with the great show. Second, there isn't a single laugh within the show...none. No wonder the network passed on this lame pilot...I don't see how they could have green lighted this awful mess of a show!!

By the way, I don't normally review individual episodes of this show but this one is so god-awful I am reviewing it in the hope that I save you the pain of experiencing it!


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