Mister Ed: Season 3, Episode 17

Unemployment Show (24 Jan. 1963)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Family | Fantasy
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Mister Ed gets what Roger's deadbeat freeloading brother-in-law doesn't have: a job.

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Edna Skinner ...
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Ralph
James Flavin ...
Mr. Kramer
Willard Waterman ...
Mr. Halsted
Maudie Prickett ...
Miss Pringle
Lisabeth Field ...
Mrs. Webster
Lindy Davis ...
Peter Webster
Bill McFarland ...
Mr. Ambruster
Mister Ed ...
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Mister Ed gets what Roger's deadbeat freeloading brother-in-law doesn't have: a job.

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Roger Addison: [seeing Kay carring a serving tray] What's this?
Kay Addison: Ralph's breakfast.
Roger Addison: At one in the afternoon?
Kay Addison: Ralph only got up an hour ago. He didn't get much sleep for he was up most of the night.
Roger Addison: Yeah, I know. I heard him. Running up and down the stairs to the refrigerator.
Kay Addison: Give him a break. You know Ralph is a compulsive eater when he's not working.
Roger Addison: If he doesn't get out of this house and go find a job, he's going to be a compulsive starver. Next to him, Mister Ed, that lazy horse of Wilbur's has had a job ...
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