Having unintentionally eavesdropped on the Helpers, Rob and Laura become infuriated just prior to attending their dinner party, making for a seriously disquieting evening.

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(as Stanley Cherry)

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Ritchie Petrie (credit only)
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Storyline

Rob and Laura's son Ritchie rigs up a toy intercom with Freddie, the son of the Petrie's next-door neighbors, Millie and Jerry Helper. Rob and Laura get drawn into eavesdropping on a conversation between Millie and Jerry and discover that it's probably better not to know what Millie and Jerry say about them when Rob and Laura aren't around. Written by aldanoli

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Comedy | Family

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TV-G
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23 October 1963 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Rob delivers the final line "I'm no Albert Schweitzer, huh?" as he plays a Bach piece on the piano. Dr. Albert Schweitzer was a medical missionary and received the Nobel Peace Prize. He was also an organist and a Bach scholar, thus Rob's joke. Schweitzer made recordings of Bach pieces which have been reissued on CD. See more »

Quotes

Laura Petrie: I mean, after all, where would the world be today, Rob, of it weren't for experiments. We wouldn't be on the moon today!
Rob Petrie: We're not on the moon.
Laura Petrie: That's beside the point.
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Connections

References All About Eve (1950) See more »

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Funeral March
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composed by Frédéric Chopin (as Fredric Chopin)
Performed by Morey Amsterdam on cello
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