Nanny and the Professor (1970–1971)
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The Flower Children 

The professor has a new lady friend in Marjorie Meyers. But her priorities may be about ecology and saving the earth rather than any romance that includes a ready made family.

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Nanny
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Professor Everett
David Doremus ...
Hal
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Butch
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Prudence
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Al Bender
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The professor has a new lady friend in Marjorie Meyers. But her priorities may be about ecology and saving the earth rather than any romance that includes a ready made family.

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20 September 1971 (USA)  »

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Talking Out Your Differences
16 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Professor Everett (Richard Long) shares a mutual admiration with attractive Ecology Professor Marjorie Meyers (Laraine Stephens). They set a date for a wild rock group. The professor gives the green light to gardener Al Bender (Alvy Moore) to cut down the hazardous tree outside his office window. At home the professor's children are bickering and Nanny (Juliet Mills) suggests planting a garden together. When Marjorie finds that Professor Everett would allow the tree to be cut down she is furious and refuses to speak to him. The theme is talking out your differences.

This episode is directed by Green Acres Director Richard L. Bare and features series regular Alvy Moore (Hank Kimball), just a few months after the sitcom ended.


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