Baby Talk

Season 1 Episode 7

One Night with Elliot

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Apr 12, 1991 on ABC
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One Night with Elliot
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Because Maggie has never been married, she fears that single motherhood would ruin Mickey's chances of going to a prestigious school. In order to avoid this, she lies on the application and claims that she is married. But when the school wants to interview both her and her husband, a desperate Maggie begs Elliot (Dr. Fleisher) to act as her husband. Elliot easily agrees (especially since this could be his chance to tell Maggie that he has feelings for her).

The interview goes very well, but Maggie is not out of the woods yet. At the school, both the pretend husband and wife run into Tammy, an old college friend of Maggie's, who also has a son that may be elligible for the school. Elliot, who secretly does not want his pretend relationship with Maggie to end just yet, invites Tammy and her husband to dinner with Maggie.

But Maggie and Elliot have to continue the husband and wife act when Tammy and her husband need a place to stay for the night after all the hotels in the area are booked. This means one night of Elliot and Maggie sharing a bedroom!!moreless

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    Tony Danza

    Tony Danza

    the voice of Mickey Campbell

    George Clooney

    George Clooney

    Joe

    Julia Duffy

    Julia Duffy

    Maggie Campbell

    Lenny Wolpe

    Lenny Wolpe

    Howard

    Tom Alan Robbins

    Tom Alan Robbins

    Dr. Elliot Fleisher

    Paul Jessup

    Paul Jessup

    Mickey Campbell (alternating)

    Lois De Banzie

    Lois De Banzie

    Miss Newton

    Guest Star

    Valerie Mahaffey

    Valerie Mahaffey

    Tammy Morrison

    Guest Star

    Richmond Hoxie

    Richmond Hoxie

    Charles Morrison

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