I Married Joan: Season 1, Episode 20

Opera (25 Feb. 1953)

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I Married Joan: Opera is a slightly amusing episode
15 September 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Joan gets picked chairman of the entertainment committee. She invites an opera singer to perform for the function. Husband Bradly gets in opera singer's way during rehearsal and gets sent out of own house! Later Joan defends husband's honor and singer eventually quits before showtime. Joan goes in her place while lip-syncing to her records but messes her performance tripping over props and costumes. After it's all over, husband doesn't want to see another singer but after he leaves Bing Crosby introduces himself to Joan as a new neighbor but denies being THAT guy! Once again, you have a silly plot that's occasionally made palatable by Joan Davis and Jim Backus as her husband. Best scenes are the rehearsal with the opera singer and Joan though the actual performance Joan does solo on stage works only slightly well comically. If you're a fan of Davis, you might be a little amused. Otherwise, skip this episode.

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