Still in the Los Angeles area with Tod struggling over his computer class at UCLA and Buz enjoying the "sights", a beautiful blond woman enters their lives. She was recently married and ...
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Still in the Los Angeles area with Tod struggling over his computer class at UCLA and Buz enjoying the "sights", a beautiful blond woman enters their lives. She was recently married and almost immediately widowed. The lady will stop at nothing to find the men who killed her husband-despite being blind. Written by
The boys are still living it up at the mansion they've been given the run of at the need of ""Sleep With Four Pillows". Tod seems to have given up on his computer course and Buz is no longer a door-to- door salesman. Why bother when you are living the good life? In a classic example of the awkward segues this show sometimes has to use to get their heroes into the middle of someone else's story, Tod gets drunk at a party and decides he needs dancing lessons. He goes to a dance studio where the teacher is a blind lady, (I kid you not: she was a dance teacher before she went blind and still knows the steps).Tod falls for her, (the lovely Martha Hyer). Amazingly she asks him to buy a gun. Her husband has been killed in a robbery and wants to use the gun to kill the men who did it. She can recognize their voices.
It's a strange story but has some real drama and suspense if you're willing to go along with it.
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