My Three Sons

Season 8 Episode 27

The Perfect Separation

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Aired Unknown Mar 09, 1968 on ABC
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The Perfect Separation
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The first time Robbie and Katie entertain at home they imperil the marriage of two close friends, Denise and Larry. Denise insists on playing a game in which each player tells what he dislikes about the other. After various uncomfortable truths are revealed, Denise angrily storms out insisting on a marital separation.moreless

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    Barry Livingston

    Barry Livingston

    Ernie Thompson Douglas (1963-72)

    William Demarest

    William Demarest

    Uncle Charley O'Casey (1965-72)

    Fred MacMurray

    Fred MacMurray

    Steve Douglas (1960-72)

    Don Grady

    Don Grady

    Robbie Douglas (1960-71)

    Stanley Livingston

    Stanley Livingston

    Chip Douglas (1960-72)

    Tina Cole

    Tina Cole

    Katie Miller Douglas (1967-72)

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      • In this episode, Uncle Charley does not put a lot of faith into psychology (no surprise). There is a classic scene in which he tells Katie's friend Denise exactly what he thinks about her ideas. Later, Katie shines in a speech about how she honestly feels about love and marriage.

      • The original CBS Films synopsis sheet for this episode lists the writer's credit as having been written by "Jim Brooks"; however on screen it says "James".


      • This episode's adult-themed subject matter is given the mature treatment it deserves, within the boundaries of a traditionally square sitcom. Born in 1940, multi-talented Writer-Producer-Director James L. Brooks has, as of 2001 garnered 3 Academy Awards and has been nominated 8 times in total. [As of this writing, Jan. 2002] He has also been nominated for 28 Emmy Awards and has won 15 times. He began his writing career in episodic TV at age 25 with an episode of "My Mother The Car" (1965-66) and "The Andy Griffith Show" (1960-68). Aged 27 when this episode aired, within 18 months he was producing the Fox series "Room 222" (1969-74) and went on to co-create "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (1970-77), "Rhoda" (1974-78) and "Taxi" (1978-83). Apart from movies in more recent years his production company (Gracie Films) produced "The Tracey Ullman Show" with its wild spin off, the cartoon super show "The Simpsons" (1988-), which has the distinction of being the longest-running Animated series on Prime time television.

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