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Season 1 Episode 1

S.N.A.F.U.

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Aired Unknown Sep 24, 1991 on ABC
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The Sloan's arrive at the train station expecting Mike Jr, but meet his new Italian bride Gina instead. Ginger is shocked to find out her fiancee Charlie has married Caroline, an English woman, while he was overseas. Abe & Gloria are thrilled that Robert's home early, but are surprised by his angry attitude. Jeff & Sarah try to figure out a way to tell his brother Hank that they are in love with each other. Linda tries to move on with her life after losing her boyfriend Mike Jr., to Gina, & losing her job to the incoming G.I.'s.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Hank's favorite pie is mincemeat. This is also mentioned in episode 9.

      • The Metcalf's house number is 1135.

      • Caroline refers to her torn stocking as having a run. In England, they are called ladders--she uses so much British slang, this is unusual.

      • Ginger appears to be Protestant, or, so desparate to marry that she will not wait for Father Dreher to offer Pre-Cana classes to marry Chrarlie. She announces to Linda that she is going to Pastor Swanson for the ceremony. (This could happen--the Church would have to bless the marriage afterward)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Ginger (to Caroline): As of now you are a CASH customer. Or did you think that land of the free meant we give things away here? WE DON'T!

      • Linda (to Ginger): Why do you always blame the woman?
        Ginger: I don't always blame the woman. I blame the person who's fault it is. And its her fault she put out. And it's my fault I didn't.

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      • Songs played in this episode: "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You"-Tommy Dorsey; "A string of Pearls"--Glenn Miller; "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive"--Jack Sheldon; "Don't Get Around Much Anymore"--Duke Ellington; "It's a Good Day"--Peggy Lee; "being the Beguine"--Artie Shaw