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Gopher (Fred Grandy) finds some money and fantasizes how he'll spend it; a country singer (Florence Henderson) meets an old friend (James Noble), who's now a politician and traveling with a... See full summary »

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Gopher (Fred Grandy) finds some money and fantasizes how he'll spend it; a country singer (Florence Henderson) meets an old friend (James Noble), who's now a politician and traveling with a female companion (Carol Lawrence); a father (Mason Adams) and daughter (Randi Oakes) come aboard and she meets a veterinarian (Frank Bonner). Written by anonymous

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31 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Carol Brady, come on down!
5 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Other than the stupid laugh track returning, I felt this was a decent episode with a cavalcade of stars, including Florence Henderson, James Noble, Frank Bonner, Carol Lawrence, Mason Adams(every time I heard his voice, I wanted Smucker's jam), and Randi Oakes, whom I found a tad arrogant. The best performance was by Henderson(Annabelle), who was both funny and serious, and she even sang 2 songs for us; that being said, I cringed every time she said "Blinky" to a very wooden Noble, who acted like he didn't even want to be there. This was still the best segment out of the 3. As I mentioned above, I thought Oakes' Marcy acted like an immature little girl, who was rather mean to her father, played by Adams. I have no idea why she's attracted to a fool like Bonner, with his tired one-liners, but she's not exactly brilliant herself. The other segment has Gopher finding a bag of money, and even though it's $47,000, he thinks he's rich. During this segment, he has a weird dream that he's an important person, with the rest of the crew working for him. It ends on a good note with him making the right decision. So, 2 stories pretty good, 1 story not so much. To reiterate what I said way up there, the laugh track is simply terrible, but this episode overcame it slightly.


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