Riley discovers a letter written to his daughter in French, investigating he discovers it is from her teacher who Bab's has a huge crush on. Riley is outraged at the thought of such a ... See full summary »

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Rosemary DeCamp ...
Peg Riley (as Rosemary De Camp)
John Brown ...
Digger' ODell
Gloria Winters ...
Babs Riley
Lanny Rees ...
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Riley discovers a letter written to his daughter in French, investigating he discovers it is from her teacher who Bab's has a huge crush on. Riley is outraged at the thought of such a relationship, and the situation spirals down further when he is told Babs has invited the man for dinner. Riley begins to feel threatened by the teacher's French charm till Riley discovers something that turns the man from a rival to bonded friend Written by glen_chapman <chapman_glen@yahoo.com>

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25 October 1949 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Digby 'Digger' O'Dell: It is I, Digby O'Dell, the friendly undertaker.
Chester A. Riley: Hello, Digger. What are you doin' here in the park?
Digby 'Digger' O'Dell: Why, I was just taking a stroll around the pond. I enjoy listening to the frogs croak.
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I speak french
27 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty episode. Riley learns his daughter is getting letters from a french teacher and wants to put a stop to it. But when he comes to their house, he charms Peg as well and soon she's taking french lessons. Riley fears this man will change his whole family and wants to put a stop to it. He discovers that the french teacher is hiding a secret that could destroy his entire career.

Riley has a lot of humor, but there are some instances when that humor just dies a painful death. This episode just didn't hit me as funny. I found myself withing it was over already.

The narrator is not credited in his episode.


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