The Mothers-In-Law

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Notes (10)

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  • Alan Reed (nee Edward Bergman) was famous for two roles in his long career. Falstaff Oppenshaw on The Fred Allen Show [radio] and the original voice of Fred Flintstone on the cartoon The Flintstones.

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  • Members of rock band The Seeds (Saxon, Andridge, Hooper & Savage) play the fictional group The Warts.

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Trivia (4)

  • Kaye looks up the program that she & Eve watch from the June 10, 1967 issue of TV Guide, with the Smothers Brothers on the cover.

  • The Hubbards' home telephone number is (213)476-7310.

  • Kaye finds the movie with Elizabeth Taylor from the May 27, 1967 issue of TV Guide, with the F-Troop cast on the cover.

  • The Time Magazine that Herb reads is the Nov. 24, 1967 issue with UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson on the cover.

Allusions (2)

  • A double allusion in the title as it refers to the film Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? which starred Elizabeth Taylor in one of her most dramatic roles.

  • This episode clearly takes its title from Alfred Lord Tennyson's classic poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade."