A Fine Romance (1989)

Season 1 Episode 8

It's Just the Gypsy in My Soul

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Mar 02, 1989 on ABC
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It's Just the Gypsy in My Soul
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In Budapest, Louisa tries to make up with an angry Michael after she destroys a prized possession, a first edition book. Louisa is told she has only a week or two to live, causing an unexpected reaction from Michael. Adding to it: A case of mixed-up identities, a dead body that keeps turning up in strange places, the crew's poker game, and Friday's new boyfriend, Istvan.moreless

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    Sarah Douglas

    Sarah Douglas

    Dr. Emma Gabor

    Guest Star

    Nicholas Le Prevost

    Nicholas Le Prevost

    Lazlo Lazlo

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    Robin Sachs

    Robin Sachs

    Count Istvan Rakosi

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Louisa comments on various discoveries being made by accident, for example penicillin was 'discovered accidentally' by Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming in 1928. However, she also says the atomic bomb. This was not discovered by 'accident' but developed by a team of scientists in the USA during World War 2.

      • Louisa wants Michael to say she was 5 foot 7 inches tall in her eulogy. Infact, the actress who played Louisa, Margaret Whitton, is 5 foot 4 inches.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The 'prognosis' words of Dr Strobl, 'When the ohbladee presses on the ohbladah in this fashion...well, life goes on', are lyrics taken from the song Obladi Oblada written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and performed by The Beatles.

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