Joan claims Brad is always trusting when Mabel's husband is suspicious of the attentions his wife receives from Dr. Salazar. When Joan is told a husband in love is jealous she goes all out to provoke Brad's emotions.

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Joan claims Brad is always trusting when Mabel's husband is suspicious of the attentions his wife receives from Dr. Salazar. When Joan is told a husband in love is jealous she goes all out to provoke Brad's emotions.

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7 April 1954 (USA)  »

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I Married Joan: Jealousy is pure hilarity
13 October 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

A member of Joan's women club is dealing with a jealous husband because the club's guest speaker, a Dr. Salazar, is staying with them. Joan agrees to have the doc stay at her house since her husband, Brad, doesn't get jealous. During his speech, Salazar mentions that the husband doesn't care for his wife if he doesn't get jealous so Joan says things to her husband to make him jealous later in the day. When Salazar comes to the Stevens household, Joan tells him her concerns about Brad's non-jealous attitude. Salazar explains that her husband is a different type and things would get worse if he did get jealous. Brad does indeed act in a strange way when he sees his wife touching the doctor's face as the doctor says goodbye! There are plenty of hilarious scenes after the doctor comes back and Joan has to hide him that had me in stitches such as when Joan lied on him as he rested on a chair after he drank a sedative meant for Joan! And watch for Joan's efforts to get him out of the house as he staggers to the door! Funniest episode of I Married Joan so far. If you're a fan of Joan Davis and Jim Backus, by all means check this one out!


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