Riley is hounded into signing an insurance, which means he has to under take a medical examination. Riley become concerned when the results are not as positive as he expected.

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Peg Riley (as Rosemary De Camp)
John Brown ...
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Babs Riley
Sid Tomack ...
Gillis
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Riley is hounded into signing an insurance, which means he has to under take a medical examination. Riley become concerned when the results are not as positive as he expected.

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24 January 1950 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Chester A. Riley: You mean I'm going to live? What a revolting development this is!
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Wishes from the death bed
7 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The beginning of this episode shows Riley running from an insurance agent who keeps trying to sell him insurance. The agent finally chases him into a phone booth, and the exchange is really quite humorous. Before this happened, Riley was ordering some meat for Peg. The insurance calls for a physical in which the doctor calls with information on test results. Babs takes that message before rushing out the door. Later, Junior takes a message about the meat. What follows is a very humorous night where Riley is sure he's dying and the others try to calm him down.

Riley manages to once again dramatize a situation, only to be disappointed in the end. The result is quite humorous, but we are left wondering just exactly what were those test results?


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