The Joey Bishop Show (1961–1965)
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The company hires a public relations firm to spruce up Joey Barnes' image. He discovers he needs a new girlfriend "who is someone" and a new wardrobe. They put him in tails and a top hat. ... See full summary »
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Joey Barnes
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Stella Barnes
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Larry Barnes
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Mrs. Barnes
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Jillson
Mel A. Bishop ...
Call Boy
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Barbara Wilson
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Miss Blandings, Model
Jim Drum ...
George
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Headwaiter
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Herbie Finster
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Louise Kincaid
Peter Leeds ...
Norman Richards
Freeman Lusk ...
Man in Restaruant
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Peggy
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The company hires a public relations firm to spruce up Joey Barnes' image. He discovers he needs a new girlfriend "who is someone" and a new wardrobe. They put him in tails and a top hat. He switches "uniforms" with the chauffeur. Gossip columnist sees Joey having a conversation with the busboy. Joey is forced to put his foot down. Written by Anonymous

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9 May 1962 (USA)  »

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This episode features Nancy Kulp as gossip columnist Louise Kinkaid, and Donna Douglas as model Miss Blandings, four-and-a-half months before the debut of "The Beverly Hillbillies," in which they played the regular roles of Miss Hathaway and Elly May Clampett, respectively.

(Also in this episode was Patricia Blair as Joey's date, Barbara Wilson. Ms. Blair went on to play Lucas McCain's friend Lou Mallory on several episodes of "The Rifleman," and the title character's wife, Rebecca, on the Fess Parker series, "Daniel Boone.") See more »

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