Green Acres

Season 6 Episode 11

The High Cost of Loving

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Aired Unknown Dec 08, 1970 on CBS
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Wanting a better paying career, Eb enters the accounting program of a correspondence school. When they mistakenly enroll him in their acting course, Eb believes it's destiny calling. Despite a disastrous attempt at makeup, he studies by dramatizing everyday events; a boring meal becomes dinner with King Louis XIV with Lisa as his serving "wrench".moreless

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    Judith McConnell

    Judith McConnell

    Darlene Wheeler (as Judy McConnell)

    Recurring Role

    Alvy Moore

    Alvy Moore

    Hank Kimball

    Recurring Role

    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady

    Sam Drucker

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • With "Haney's School of Mail Order Accounting", students receive a Bob Cratchit accounting desk, an autographed photo of Tiny Tim looking happy on Christmas Day, and an abacus with an electric cord on it.

      • Among the profitable occupations Eb is considering is brain "sturgeon", Rear Admiral, Greek millionaire, dictator and football star.

      • Oliver has another head-scratching moment when he watches Eb take a nap on an invisible bed he's imagined.

      • Eb enrolls in Clarkwell Correspondence School, which is Sam Drucker and Hank Kimball's old alma mater.

      • Sam, Hank and Eb sing the Clarkwell school song. They each sing it slightly different, but the lyrics are approximately: "Raise your glass to Clarkwell/ in rain and sleet and hail./ Raise your glass for Clarkwell,/ where you'll study through the mail."

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Drucker: Ever notice how my canned goods are displayed?
        Oliver: Well, no, I uh--
        Drucker: (pointing at shelf) Now, you take them cans of parboiled lobster tongues. They're displayed so's when you come in the store, they hit you right in the eye.
        Oliver: Yes, that's very...
        Drucker: 'Course, I ain't never sold none, but when you come in the store, they do hit ya right in the eye.

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