The Munsters: Season 2, Episode 29

A House Divided (7 Apr. 1966)

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Herman and Grandpa begin to feud after the birthday present they built for Eddie is destroyed, so they split the house down the middle with a white line and agree to stay on opposite sides ... See full summary »

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Herman and Grandpa begin to feud after the birthday present they built for Eddie is destroyed, so they split the house down the middle with a white line and agree to stay on opposite sides of it. It's up to Lily and Marilyn to get them to work out their differences so they can build a new present for Eddie before it's too late. Written by Matthew N. Jones

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The title comes from the gospel of Mark and was used by Abraham Lincoln describing a country that is half free and half slave: "A house divided against itself cannot stand." See more »

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Lily Munster: The last time they made a present for Eddie, it broke loose and swallowed a milktruck.
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