The Life of Riley: Season 1, Episode 2

Babs and Simon Step Out (11 Oct. 1949)

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Riley's insistence that Babs has nothing to do with Simon comes between him and Babs. He forbids her to see him, then when she sneaks around behind his back, he chases Simon off. Both his wife and daughter are very upset with him.

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Rosemary DeCamp ...
Peg Riley (as Rosemary De Camp)
Gloria Winters ...
Babs Riley
Jimmy Lydon ...
Simon Vanderhopper
Sid Tomack ...
Jim Gillis
John Brown ...
Digger O'Dell
Frank Jaquet ...
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Riley's insistence that Babs has nothing to do with Simon comes between him and Babs. He forbids her to see him, then when she sneaks around behind his back, he chases Simon off. Both his wife and daughter are very upset with him.

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[first lines]
Chester A. Riley: I'll tell you what harm there is! That Simon is a boy who... He's a boy who...
Barbara 'Babs' Riley: Well, what?
Chester A. Riley: He's a boy! That's enough, isn't it?
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Not with my daughter
24 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Riley is just a bit obsessive when it comes to his teenage daughter and boys. He does not like her current beau, Simon, at all. Riley chases the boy off and forbids Babs from seeing him. Then upon advice from his best friend, he decides to give her so much of Simon that she gets sick of him. But the first time they get together, Simon's talking makes Riley so mad that he kicks him off.

Circumstances go from bad to worse and events lead Riley and Peg to some interesting conclusions. What follows is nothing short of hilarious! Again, this episodes leaves the audience in stitches.

In this episode, Gillis is playing checkers with Riley. Gillis is again winning.


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