Ruben manages a new twin singing act, but the boys break up when they meet Laurie. They have a crush on her and do not want to perform until they get a date. Meanwhile, Shirley takes an art class and the instructor has a crush on her.

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Ruben manages a new twin singing act, but the boys break up when they meet Laurie. They have a crush on her and do not want to perform until they get a date. Meanwhile, Shirley takes an art class and the instructor has a crush on her.

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19 January 1974 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the expression used to start an event, "One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready and four to go". See more »

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Cryin' In The Rain
Music & Lyrics by Carole King & Howard Greenfield
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The real life twin nephews of Andy Williams
4 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Two for the Show" was the last instance where the producers tried to improve sagging ratings by introducing new talent, twin brothers Andy and David Williams, real life nephews of recording star Andy Williams, only 14 at the time, their 1974 hit "What's Your Name" following five months after their appearance here. Cast as Reuben's latest singing discoveries, both end with up with identical crushes on Laurie, who understandably cannot choose between the two. They perform the song "Say It Again," composed by Carl Simmons and Ed Welch, previously recorded by Davy Jones on his self titled 1971 LP on Bell Records. The Partridge Family perform the unreleased "Crying in the Rain," composed by Carole King and Howard Greenfield, originally a 1962 hit for The Everly Brothers, peaking at #6 on the Billboard singles charts. Henry Olek had previously played a scruffy biker in both "A Man Called Snake" and "A Penny for His Thoughts." The Williams Brothers went on to do only one movie appearance together, in 1996's "Grace of My Heart."


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