A divorce lawyer hires Blue Moon agency after she has doubts after arranging the divorce of a couple. She wants to know whether the husband is really having an affair. Maddie and David follow the couple and find out what is happening.

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Betty Russell
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Nathan Kraft
Jane Hallaren ...
Lydia Budroe Kraft
John C. Moskoff ...
Steven (as John Moskoff)
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William Raymond
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Thomas Murphy ...
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David Kristin ...
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Robert Kim ...
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A divorce lawyer hires Blue Moon agency after she has doubts after arranging the divorce of a couple. She wants to know whether the husband is really having an affair. Maddie and David follow the couple and find out what is really happening. Maddie presents David with a car from Blue Moon, which he doesn't particularly like. So he tries to arrange for it to be stolen but Bert is too good and prevents it being taken. Written by jem

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7 February 1989 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon Henny Youngman's signature joke, "Now take my wife. Please!" See more »

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Shop Around
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Written by Smokey Robinson and Berry Gordy
Performed by The Miracles
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