The Munsters: Season 1, Episode 24

Love Locked Out (4 Mar. 1965)

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Lilly won't feed, speak to or let Herman let into their bedroom after he comes home from an office party past midnight. After four days and nights of this, Marilyn and Grandpa separately ... See full summary »

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Lilly won't feed, speak to or let Herman let into their bedroom after he comes home from an office party past midnight. After four days and nights of this, Marilyn and Grandpa separately encourage Lilly and Herman to see (the same) marriage councilor. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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How Can You Not Trust Herman?
6 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lily comes on as too demanding and unreasonable in this episode, sulking and pouting because Herman didn't get home until late from the office Christmas party. Hey, give the guy a break. She doesn't trust Herman at all. In the last episode, she called a detective bureau to have him followed. If she doesn't know her husband by now, and what a faithful and innocent boob he is, something is wrong. The woman should never have married him.

In this episode, she locks him out of the bedroom so he has to sleep on the couch. All of kinds of annoyances occurrences occur, led by a leaky faucet that drives him nuts. (His cure for that is pretty original, but not recommended.)

Grandpa, at least, sticks up for Herman and gives him advice on how to handle women. Of course, that doesn't work and after four nights on the couch, Grandpa admits defeat and tells Herman, "In that great furnace known as romance, your pilot light has gone out."

Herman replies, "You certainly have a way with words."

How Herman gets back into good graces with Lily comprises to the rest of this episode which wasn't that humorous in the first half but got better. The marriage counselor's reaction and comments upon seeing Herman for the first time were hilarious. Overall, however, it didn't have the humor it usually sports.


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