The Monkees

Season 1 Episode 30

The Monkees in Manhattan (a.k.a. The Monkees Manhattan Style)

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Aired Monday 7:30 PM Apr 10, 1967 on NBC
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The Monkees in Manhattan (a.k.a. The Monkees Manhattan Style)
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The Monkees travel to New York City to become stars in a new Broadway musical. However, when they arrive they must help their backer by keeping the hotel staff from throwing them out, while he goes to collect the money to produce the show.

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  • The Monkees in a Manhattan hotel soundstage

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    Lousy episode with no use of the city of New York aside from the episode intro for a split second. The whole show is on a soundstage in the form of a hotel room and lobby. The episode is very boring.

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  • TRIVIA (6)

    • Comedian Foster Brooks who played the drunken conventioneer, made a career of playing assorted drunks.

    • During the musical romp, some scenes show the boys' hair being longer. This is because those particular scenes were shot three months after the episode was filmed.

    • When the boys start to go into the Millionair's Club, Peter is the last one outside. However, when the camera continues filming inside he is now the second one inside.

    • The Monkees would actually visit New York City in real life during their promotional tour in September of 1966.

    • Before Weatherwax decides to starve the Monkees out, the room numbers have already been switched. This can be seen when Weatherwax comes the first time when Peter is pretending to be ill. On the door the number is 305 not 304 and Weatherwax doesn't get the idea to starve them out until after he sees Peter sick.

    • One of the few times Micky was playing another instrument in a video, he was playing a tambourine, he was playing it again in "Daydream Believer."

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Davy: You're a millionaire, aren't you?
      Millionaire: That's right. How did you know?
      Davy: Oh, that's easy. I watch What's My Line a lot.

    • Davyy: This is H.L. Nesmith. He owns a small spread in southern Texas. Uh, what's the name of the ranch again Mr. Nesmith?
      Mike: Uh, Houston.

    • Micky: Hey, guys, look at this. It's a song out of McKinley's play.
      Davy: Hey, let's try it on for size.
      Micky: (holding the sheet music up to himself) It doesn't fit.
      DAvy: Oh!
      Micky: (holding the sheet music up to Mike) How about you?
      Mike: You know, "E" flat was never my color.

    • Peter: How's my heartbeat?
      Micky: Fine, but the melody don't make it.

    • Weatherwax: (to the hotel doctor) Examine him, doctor. What I want to know is, is he really sick or is it merely sham.
      Micky: (dressed up as a doctor) Of, course he's sick. He had sham when he was tweleve years old.

    • Weatherwax: Now, remember, one hour and out. Now, are there any questions?
      Peter: Can I have the bed by the window?

    • Baker: Well, tell me, did you have a comfortable flight in?
      Micky: Actually, we came by bus. The Blim Line.
      Baker: The Blim Line.
      Micky: Sure, you know, it's such a pleasure to take Blim and leave the driving to them.

  • NOTES (3)

    • The Lookout, Here Comes Tommorrow romp uses footage of better Monkees episodes from the 1st season. Some of the episodes were, "Dance monkee Dance","Monkee See Monkee Die","Monkees in a Ghost Town","Here Come the Monkees","Case of the Missing Monkees" and more

    • Tag: The Monkees' express their feelings of success on them; Davy and Peter hamming it up with makeup artist Keeva Johnson; Mike explains the importance of owning his own house; The Monkees singing "Words".

    • Features the songs: "Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)," "A Girl I Knew Somewhere" and "Words."

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Davy: You're a millionaire, aren't you?
      Millionaire: That's right. How did you know?
      Davy: Oh, that's easy. I watch What's My Line a lot.

      What's My Line was a popular television gameshow in the 1950's and 60's where a celebrity panelist would try to guess a contestant's occupation by asking yes or no questions. For every question answered "no" the contestant would get a cash prize.

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