Green Acres: Season 4, Episode 22

Oh, Promise Me (5 Mar. 1969)

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A check of their their marriage license reveals that Oliver and Lisa aren't husband and wife. They'd been mistakenly given a license to practice dentistry. Refusing to stay in the house ... See full summary »

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A check of their their marriage license reveals that Oliver and Lisa aren't husband and wife. They'd been mistakenly given a license to practice dentistry. Refusing to stay in the house with a bachelor dentist, "Dr. Gronyitz" moves in with the Monroe brothers until they can re-tie the knot. Their church wedding suffers on minor distractions considering Hank Kimball is the best man and Ralph Monroe is the maid of honor. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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The title is the same as the 1898 song "Oh Promise Me" by Reginald De Koven and 'Clement Scott'. See more »

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Oliver Wendell Douglas: [Eb refuses to give Oliver his letters] Will you stop censoring my mail!
Eb Dawson: They're bills, and I know what a foul mood they always put you in.
Lisa Douglas: [to Eb] You're absolutely right!
Eb Dawson: It's better to censor your mail than it is to have to censor your language.
Lisa Douglas: [to Eb] You're absolutely right!
Oliver Wendell Douglas: Lisa! I don't need you telling him that he's right!
Eb Dawson: [to Oliver] You're absolutely right!.
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