Pepper goes undercover as a nurse-on-the-run to gain employment at an old folks' home where the female patients are being knocked off for their checks by a trio of homicidal lesbians. ... See full summary »

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(as Alex Singer)

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(creator) (as Robert Collins), (teleplay) | 1 more credit »

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Charles Dierkop ...
Royster
Ed Bernard ...
Styles
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Gladys Conway
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Janet Richards
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Kathleen
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Mrs. Farrell
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Mrs. Edgeworth
Ann Morrison ...
Mrs. Barry
Dick Balduzzi ...
Mr. Torson
Garry Walberg ...
Mr. Lund
Ysabel MacCloskey ...
Mrs. Schmidt
Joella Deffenbaugh ...
Girl (as Jo Ella Deffenbaugh)
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Pepper goes undercover as a nurse-on-the-run to gain employment at an old folks' home where the female patients are being knocked off for their checks by a trio of homicidal lesbians. Eventually obtaining a confession from one of the culprits, Pepper confesses that her female college roommate had a crush on her, and, therefore, "I know what a love like yours can do to a person" - Pepper's relationship left intentionally ambiguous. Written by Ophiuchus811

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retirement home | lesbianism | See All (2) »

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Action | Crime | Drama

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8 November 1974 (USA)  »

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Eleven days after the episode aired, a group called Lesbian Feminist Liberation occupied NBC's corporate headquarters overnight. The following morning LFL unfurled a 20-foot long banner reading LESBIANS PROTEST NBC. NBC withdrew the episode from syndication for at least 25 years, although it is included on the season 1 DVD box set. See more »

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When Mrs. Barry sneaks out, she gets confused alone walking in traffic. In close-ups, we see cars race past her. First a brown Malibu, then a white Mustang, then a motor home. Then the Mustang again, the motor home again, followed by a white van, a bus, and another white coupe. Switching to wide shots as she's rescued, the brown Malibu goes by again. Followed by the white Mustang, the white coupe, the white van and two different cars. See more »

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