After Rhoda's car breaks down, stranded Mary and Rhoda are picked up by a good Samaritan, Chuck Pelligrini. Chuck eventually asks Rhoda out. Mary becomes concerned about Rhoda and Chuck's resulting relationship since Rhoda has not been totally up front with him about her life (stating that Mary's apartment is hers), but worse that Chuck seems to be spending a lot of money on their dates without disclosing what he does for a living if anything to earn such money. Mary is reluctant to say anything to Rhoda for fear that Rhoda will think that it's just sour grapes that Chuck didn't ask her out instead. Mary learns that Rhoda is equally as concerned about Chuck's evasiveness about what he does for a living. Their minds race to things like that he's with the mob. When Chuck eventually tells Rhoda about his professional life and professional future, it's even worse than she imagined. Rhoda has to decide if there is any future being Mrs. Pelligrini with what she sees as the sacrifices she ... Written by
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Obvious re-dub occurs when Chuck has his back turned to the camera and invites Mary to go camping. Actor's mouth and spoken words don't match. Actor's voice and pitch of recording are also obviously different. See more