Billy (1979)

CBS (ended 1979)


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Episode Guide


  • Season 1
    • The Prize
      The Prize
      Episode 7
      Billy imagines meeting the girl of his dreams (Suzanne Somers) when his date to the Mortician's Ball wins a trip (two tickets) to Hollywood.
    • Brief Encounter
      Brief Encounter
      Episode 6
      Disco romance strikes Billy and Arthur. They meet the same pretty girl at a disco but neither knows they're romancing the same girl. Guest staring Larry Csonka.
    • Fathers and Sons
      Fathers and Sons
      Episode 5
      In an effort to improve their relationship, Billy and George (James Gallery) go backpacking. But, things get claustrophobic when they go camping with a father and son with whom they have nothing in common. Guest Star Lou Ferrigno appears as the Incredible Hulk. Hal: Doug Rowe, Gary: Robert Clotworthy, Gino: Freddie Castellano.moreless
    • Computer Dating
      Computer Dating
      Episode 4
      Billy and Arthur fill out applications for a computer dating service. Billy (Steve Guttenberg) claims honesty is not always the best policy in computer dating and tells him he must stretch the truth a little if he wants to attract the gorgeous girls. He falsifies several applications while Arthur (Bruce Talkington) sticks to the truth.moreless
    • Billy Liar
      Billy Liar
      Episode 3
      Billy's fantasies take him into the exciting worlds of show biz and glamour. Billy's fantasy life hits new heights when he pictures himself as a superstar guest on The Merv Griffin Show, and has a sexy encounter with a gorgeous beauty queen.
    • The Masked Doctor
      George (James Gallery) falls off a ladder that Billy is supposed to be holding — but isn't — and spends a painful recuperation in a hospital. Trying to impress a pretty nurse, Billy dons a doctor's uniform - and is promptly assigned his father as a patient. Stephanie: Michelle O'Brien, Nurse Bayliss: Mary Bettenmoreless
    • The Letter
      The Letter
      Episode 1
      Premiere - A nineteen-year-old (Steve Guttenberg) with "Walter Mitty" flights of fancy finds himself constantly caught between his fantasies and the hard realities of life. Comedian Don Adams makes a special appearance in the premiere episode, in which Billy sees his career in the funeral home leading no where. So, he applies for a job as a radio announcer and anxiously awaits his interview at the radio station. Meanwhile, he's in trouble at the mortuary. Mr Shadrack learns that Billy borrowed the hearse the night before to take his girlfriend, Ginny, to a drive in movie. Billy's imagination is heightened when he envisions his family as rolling in wealth, pictures himself as a broadcasting executive, uses a machine gun on his boss and then faces a firing squad himself.moreless