Father Knows Best: Season 6, Episode 28

Blind Date (18 Apr. 1960)

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Betty is embarrassed when her friends make fun of Rudy because they think he is inferior to them. She chastises her friends and leaves the soda shop. Her friends decide to play a joke on Betty by setting her up on a blind date with Rudy.

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Billy Gray ...
Bud
Lauren Chapin ...
Kathy
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Rudy Kissler
Gregg Stewart ...
Ted Naylor
Jay Strong ...
Doug Meyers
Beverly Long ...
Judy Clauson
Dick Gering ...
Bob (as Richard Gering)
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Betty is embarrassed when her friends make fun of Rudy because they think he is inferior to them. She chastises her friends and leaves the soda shop. Her friends decide to play a joke on Betty by setting her up on a blind date with Rudy.

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Betty's Blind Date
10 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Being that this is the last season of FKB,everyone in the cast, needless to say know their characters exceptionally. This was an excellent episode especially because of the acting. Each one portrayed their character with such thought and sensitivity. I noticed additional closeups that brought more intensity to the story. The facial expressions and dialog brought tears to my eyes as I watched it. As I found in this series, it never dragged, but swiftly moved to keep our attention. It is a series from decades ago that I had wished could have continued longer. As they say, some good things must come to an end. In this case this was a very good thing...Father Knows Best.


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