What starts out as a simple misunderstanding between Patty and her dad turns serious when Patty believes that her dad no longer trusts her.

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What starts out as a simple misunderstanding between Patty and her dad turns serious when Patty believes that her dad no longer trusts her.

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In the opening scene, Martin goes to answer the door before the doorbell rings. See more »

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Keemo-Kimo
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Performed by William Schallert
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Blessed/Cursed/Brilliant Patty Duke
28 February 2012 | by (New Haven, CT) – See all my reviews

This episode is not played for laughs, but instead uses the two best actors in the cast, William Schallert and Patty Duke, in an intense emotional conflict. Schallert thinks he has caught Patty in a lie. Patty Duke's reaction to her father's lack of faith in her is...profound and riveting.

After her legendary triumph in The Miracle Worker, a tortuous examination of the human will, someone decided this prodigy should do a sit- com...like making Shakespeare write toothpaste commercials ...Nevertheless, when given the opportunity to really act, as in this episode, Patty Duke reveals the depth of her astounding gift. In the final scene, in which Schallert sings Keemo-Kimo, Duke proves how transformative and essential forgiveness can be. If you get the chance, watch this episode, and appreciate.


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