Ozzie and Harriet desire to convert the boys old bedroom into something else. Harriet suggests a guest bedroom, but Ozzie secretly wants to buy a used pool table and convert the space into a game room.

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Ozzie and Harriet desire to convert the boys old bedroom into something else. Harriet suggests a guest bedroom, but Ozzie secretly wants to buy a used pool table and convert the space into a game room.

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26 March 1966 (USA)  »

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This was the last new episode aired on ABC. Shooting was completed in early January. Re-runs were shown on ABC into June 1966. See more »

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To Pool or Not To Pool
18 June 2016 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

This apparently final entry is typical of the series-- low-key, good-natured, and amusing. So, to pool or not to pool. Oz and neighbor Joe (Talbot) maneuver each other into buying a used pool table, which they plan to put in Dave and Rick's old bedroom. Trouble is Harriet and Clara (Croft) plan to turn the room into an antique showplace. So the guys start scheming. I love it when the schemers take the wives to a hip local pool place, hoping to get them interested in the game. Problem is the place operates like a Playboy Club complete with sexy young bunnies. Guess what the wives think of that.

No one was able to get more chuckles out of everyday events than Oz & Co. Looking back after 60 some-years, the show's still a marvel in that respect. Of course, the utterly wholesome format was very much a creature of the time—the upwardly mobile, family-oriented 1950's—and very much a contrast to today's TV programming. But for folks who like occasionally problem-free entertainment, this gentle series is hard to beat. Thanks Oz & Co. for some great light-hearted moments.


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