The Steve Allen Plymouth Show: Season 3, Episode 29

Episode #3.29 (13 Apr. 1958)
"The Steve Allen Show" Episode #3.29 (original title)

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Steve's wife and sister-in-law, Jayne and Audrey Meadows, join him in a skit purporting to be a look at a real incident in their lives when they had a baby nurse, "Miss Huston" (played by ... See full summary »

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Steve's wife and sister-in-law, Jayne and Audrey Meadows, join him in a skit purporting to be a look at a real incident in their lives when they had a baby nurse, "Miss Huston" (played by Audrey). Dody does her usual rambling on, this time about baseball, as she replaces the "Billboard Girl" that announces next week's guests. Sammy Davis sings a rather obviously lipsynched number at the opening. Steve does a "report to the nation" sketch on the recession. Dody returns with the Meadows girls for the finale, a number based on the extremes of current ladies' fashions. Written by WesternOne

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