Miss Brooks welcomes former student Terence Layton who has become a popular novelist. She decides to use his former crush on her to make Philip jealous. But it's Layton's expose of Madison High that has Mr. Conklin in an uproar.

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Osgood Conklin
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Miss Brooks welcomes former student Terence Layton who has become a popular novelist. She decides to use his former crush on her to make Philip jealous. But it's Layton's expose of Madison High that has Mr. Conklin in an uproar.

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10 December 1954 (USA)  »

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Terrence Layton: Believe me I'll do everything I can to help, Miss Brooks.
Philip Boynton: We don't need your help thanks. She happens to be my... friend.
Connie Brooks: For a minute I thought you were going to say cousin.
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Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill
Performed by Eve Arden, Richard Crenna and Gale Gordon
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