My Three Sons

Season 2 Episode 17

Second Time Around

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Aired Unknown Jan 25, 1962 on ABC
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Attractive Pamela MacLish whom Steve took to Chip's grade school dance a year ago, is still trying to melt his bachelor heart. She arrives at the house on the pre-text of soliciting Bub's help to join an Irish Society called the 'Daughters of the Emerald Isle'. Soon Bub thinks that Pamela is after him.moreless

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    William Frawley

    William Frawley

    William Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey (1960-65)

    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Steve Douglas (1960-72)

    Tim Considine

    Tim Considine

    Mike Douglas (1960-65)

    Don Grady

    Don Grady

    Robbie Douglas (1960-71)

    Stanley Livingston

    Stanley Livingston

    Chip Douglas (1960-72)

    Patricia Barry

    Patricia Barry

    Pamela MacLish

    Guest Star

    Sheila Rogers

    Sheila Rogers

    Meg Brandon

    Guest Star

    George Cisar

    George Cisar

    Ed Giles

    Guest Star

    Ricky Allen

    Ricky Allen

    Sudsy Pfeiffer

    Recurring Role

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      • As many of you may know, Patricia Barry was cast in the show's Pilot , as a potential girlfriend of Fred MacMurray.
        Apparently, William Frawely developed a fondness for Barry as a result of her appearing in that Pilot episode. The age difference between them was 43 years! The exact nature of their relationship seems to be unknown, however, some quotes from the book, "Meet the Mertzes" by Rob Edelman & Audrey Kupferberg, give some detail. Co-star Stanley Livingston: "He used to be very fond of her. I remember him talking about her constantly. I think it was probably an infatuation that an older guy gets". Tim Considine: "I think he was encouraged, in a funny way. I think she enjoyed it. Now, how far it went, I don't know". It seems Frawley would hype her career and visit her two young daughters, however, at some point the relationship cooled off, when word got out that she was his girlfriend. This is not the end of the story. Upon his death in March, 1966, Frawley's gross estate totalled $92,446 and his assets were on track to continue growing after his death. In his will, Frawley left $5000 to look after his two brothers, and $2,000 to a friend. The remainder of the money was left to Patricia Barry! Was Frawley taken? What were her motives? I gather from the book that no one knows for sure, or is willing to go on the record. Something was up - I am sure it just didn't come to Frawley that most of his estate should be left to Barry. What was the term used by Considine? - "I think he was encouraged".

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