Ralph's out to prove himself to Alice, his neighborhood, and the world when he becomes a contestant on a hit television game show.
Did You Know?
In 1997, the TV Guide ranked this episode number 6 on its "100 Greatest Episodes of All Time" list. See more
Mr. Parker's answer about the number of times "one" appears on the dollar bill would be incorrect if referring to a current Federal Reserve Note, where the number "1" in numeral or spelled-out form appears a total of 16 times: eight times each in both numeral form and spelled out. However, at the time this was filmed, the dollar bill in circulation was a Silver Certificate, where the numeral appears 9 times and spelled out 16 times for a total of 25. See more
Ed, I realize that I cannot talk to Ralph because he is stubborn and unreasonable, but I've always had great respect for your sense of fair play, and so I appeal to you. IT IS LATE. People would like to go to sleep. I think you should stop playing the piano. And I know that you will agree with me, Ed, because you have always been fair and considerate. You are a reasonable man.
Don't let her soft-soap you. Don't let her soft-soap you! You're just as unreasonable as I am. Play the piano!
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Sweet Georgia Brown
Music by Maceo Pinkard
and Ben Bernie See more