The Life of Riley: Season 1, Episode 24

Junior and the Bully (14 Mar. 1950)

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After Junior runs away from a fight at school, Riley decides he needs to teach the boy self defense. His mother is outraged and Junior is caught with a decision no matter what he does, he will disobey one of his parents.

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Rosemary DeCamp ...
Peg (as Rosemary De Camp)
Gloria Winters ...
Babs
Lanny Rees ...
Junior
Bob Jellison ...
Waldo
Sid Tomack ...
Gillis
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Punchy
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After Junior runs away from a fight at school, Riley decides he needs to teach the boy self defense. His mother is outraged and Junior is caught with a decision no matter what he does, he will disobey one of his parents.

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[to Riley who is lying on the floor]
Punchy: Hey, why don't you get up, pal? Maybe the referee will give you a draw.
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9 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Riley is upset when Junior comes home after a fight and admitted he let the boy beat him up. Riley is determined his son won't be a wimp so starts giving him boxing lessons. But he watches junior let three boys bully him. Junior admits the reason to his mother. Riley is determined to teach his boy how to stand up for himself. He's friends with someone who believes that he's a heavy-weight boxing champion and talks him into staging a fight where he wins so Junior can't gain confidence. Only things don't go quite a planned.

The episode ends on a humorous note that pokes fun at Riley, as always.

Babs and Gillis are missing from this episode.


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