Soap: Season 1, Episode 6

Episode #1.6 (25 Oct. 1977)

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Father Tim has to raise his voice in church to drown out Corinne's pleas; Jessica blames Chester for her affair with Peter, as he was the one who bought her a tennis racket for her birthday.

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Father Tim has to raise his voice in church to drown out Corinne's pleas; Jessica blames Chester for her affair with Peter, as he was the one who bought her a tennis racket for her birthday.

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[Billy is depressed about being dumped by his girlfriend]
Chester Tate: Billy, let me tell you a story. During the war, this guy Herbie and I became friends. Well, Herbie fell in love with a wonderful Italian girl, Carla. Thinking of Carla is what got him through the war. Well, Carla died and Herbie nearly fell apart. He stayed in, drank; I've never seen anyone so miserable. And then one day, Herbie came to me and he said "Chet, life must go on." And Herbie went on. A few years later, he fell in love with ...
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Episode 6 features a cameo from Ian Wolfe
18 April 2010 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

In episode 6,Corinne's decision to move out leaves her mother heartbroken,while Father Tim tries to avoid Corinne's pleas for attention by raising his voice,prompting the Monsignor(Ian Wolfe)to ask him to quiet down,as God is not deaf.Chester gets a rare opportunity to display his fathering skills,comforting Billy,whose girl has dumped him for a junior.Jessica tells Mary how Chester's buying her a tennis racket for her birthday led to her affair with Peter Campbell,"the Tennis Player." Burt receives a cable from Hawaii telling him that his other natural son,Chuck Campbell,will arrive with his wooden dummy,Bob,who he's had since childhood,a gift from his father,and which he treats as if it's a real human being.The Godfather gives Danny one more opportunity by providing a cabin in the woods to kill Burt(once accomplished,the Mob will take care of the rest).


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