Laura tries to conceal the fact that there is a nude painting of her entitled "October Eve" hanging in a New York art gallery. She eventually recalls the circumstances under which eccentric artist Serge Carpenta depicted her posing in the all-together.
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When Rob goes to the gallery to see the painting of Laura he sees it, holds up the booklet to his face and starts to walk past the painting but in the next shot he is back in front of it. When Carl Reiner is painting the new painting with squirt guns with paint in them red and blue, the amount of blue paint keeps changing on the canvas from shot to shot See more
In the pre-recorded DVD, created by RLJ.com, as Rob Petrie first sees his & Alan Brady"s director, "Mel Cooley", (well acted by Richard Deacon
), Rob quickly slaps Mel's back & starts to turn him around (to secretly keep him from seeing the painting, Rob says Mel, you son of a gun! The RLJ.com pre-recorded DVD, (with close captioning turned on), the dvd caption shows "Mel, you son of a bitch!" See more
[posing for her portrait
My husband is gonna be so excited.
That peasant. What does he know? Jokes, he writes for Milton Berle.
No, Alan Brady.
What's the difference. He's a jolly jokester, a peasant. He should kiss the ground of a girl like you.
Well, I love him.
So you're a peasant, too.