Mister Ed

Season 3 Episode 17

Unemployment Show

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Aired Unknown Jan 24, 1963 on CBS
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Unemployment Show
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Ed becomes unemployed when Wilbur works him in the stable. After that happens, Ed feels that he is entitled to unemployment insurance.

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    Alan Young

    Alan Young

    Wilbur Post

    Connie Hines

    Connie Hines

    Carol Post

    Larry Keating

    Larry Keating

    Roger Addison (1961-1963)

    Edna Skinner

    Edna Skinner

    Kay Addison (1961-1964)

    Allan Lane

    Allan Lane

    Mister Ed (voice only)

    Bamboo Harvester

    Bamboo Harvester

    Mister Ed

    James Flavin

    James Flavin

    Mr. Kramer

    Guest Star

    Maudie Prickett

    Maudie Prickett

    Miss Pringle

    Guest Star

    Lindy Davis

    Lindy Davis

    Peter Webster

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • As Mr. Ed raises his head after Wilber awakens him by popping a paper bag, you can see a man's hand holding Mr. Ed's leg in the lower left side of the frame.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Wilbur: Ed, do you know why you sleep so late? Well, it's because you have no purpose in life. Now, you would be a happier, healthier horse if you had some work to look forward to each day.
        Ed: Okay, send me to medical school and make me a brain surgeon.
        Wilbur: All right, Rip Van Winkle, sleep your life away.
        Ed: Wilbur - I resent being called a lazy bum!
        Wilbur: Look, Ed, I did not call you a bum!
        Ed: That's okay, find me a job, I'll pay my way!
        Wilbur: Now you're talking! I'll put an ad in the paper right away.
        Ed: What are you going to say?
        Wilbur: Horse for hire. Want short working hours and plenty of carrot breaks.
        Ed: That's my boy!

      • Wilbur: (after waking Ed up, and Ed asks the time) It's 10 o'clock, and do you have to sleep so late every morning?
        Ed: Yeah - I've got tired blood.
        Wilbur: I don't know why - it never moves.

      • Addison: (on his unemployed brother-in-law Ralph) Oh, I wish he could get a job - so I can get him off my back!
        Wilbur: He's a press agent, isn't he?
        Addison: So he claims, but so far the only thing he's pressing is me.
        Wilbur: How long has he been out of work?
        Addison: He's been collecting unemployment insurance so long, they've named a branch office after him.

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