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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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Roger Addison: [looks at a $40 parking ticket that Ralph got] I am not paying this ticket.
Ralph: Oh, brother-in-law, you don't want me to go to jail, do you?
Roger Addison: You bet your sweet...
Kay Addison: [cutting Roger off] Doll!
Roger Addison: Kay, I am not paying that parking ticket. Ralph got the ticket. Let him pay it himself from the money out of his unemployment check.
Kay Addison: Absoulutely not! You heard the poor boy at how long he waited in line to collect it.
Roger Addison: You are incredible... both of you! That't it! I'm going out to play golf.
Kay Addison: You can't.
Roger Addison: Why not?
Kay Addison: I ...
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