Here Come the Brides

Season 2 Episode 15

To Break the Bank in Tacoma

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Jan 16, 1970 on ABC
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To Break the Bank in Tacoma
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Jeremy and Joshua are gambling at the Red Rose Saloon in Tacoma; they win the saloon itself, after the owner eggs them on to keep betting on the roulette wheel

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    Bill Mumy

    Bill Mumy

    Simon Bill

    Guest Star

    Larry Linville

    Larry Linville

    Harry Miles

    Guest Star

    Sid Haig

    Sid Haig

    Peter Savage

    Guest Star

    Susan Tolsky

    Susan Tolsky

    Biddie

    Recurring Role

    Hoke Howell

    Hoke Howell

    Ben

    Recurring Role

    Robert Biheller

    Robert Biheller

    Corky

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Peter Savage threatens the Bolts and squeezes the supposedly glass bottle, it bends noticeably, indicating that it's plastic rather than glass.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Lottie: What are they going to do with a saloon?
        Jason: Ah, there's only one thing thye can do with it.
        Clancey: They're going to sell it!
        Ben: Well, what's wrong with that?
        Clancey: Wrong? Wrong?!? Well, man, you can't sell a saloon that you've just won. That's the height of... blasphemousness.

      • Clancey: Well, we don't even know if that saloon has any dancing girls or not.
        Candy: Dancing girls?
        Jason: Clancey...
        Clancey: Well, if any man can be trusted, it's Jeremy.
        Candy: That's right.
        Clancey: If any man can be trusted.
        Candy: I trust Jeremy. I know he wouldn't do anything wrong.
        Clancey: Of course not.
        Jason: Clancey, that's enough.
        Candy: I trust Jeremy so much... I'm going to Tacoma and congratulate him on how well he's doing.

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