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The prizes Connie thinks she's won are a house full of furniture, a new wardrobe, a year's free maid service, a new car, and a boat.
The host of The $350,000 Question is Mr. Chester.
Mr. Boynton spends $5 a week on a maid service.
Mrs. Davis bails on the party to be with her old boyfriend George Bagley who flew in from San Francisco.
Mr. Munsey and Miss Hannibal are a swooning couple.
Mrs. Davis likes the he-man type--like silent film star Francis X. Bushman.
Mrs. Nestor has been married three times.
Connie's two friends from the WACs are Ellie Sparks Norton and Gladys Simpson Hoffmeister. The actress who played Gladys is not identified.
Mr. Talbot is on the same party line as Connie and Mrs. Davis.
Two of Mrs. Davis' favorite crime/mystery shows are the fictional Goose Pimples on Parade and Gruesome Detective.
The blackmailer is Charlie Davenport, aka Vince Bellagio. The actor who portrays him is uncredited.
Nervous teacher Mr. Hobart attends the emergency protest meeting. The actor who plays him is uncredited.
Miss Brooks lives with Angela at 227 Geranium Avenue.
A student named Douglas presents Miss Brooks with a rabbit in honor of having been voted favorite teacher by the student body. The actor playing Douglas is not credited.
Mr. Munsey is a member of the Moose lodge.
Two students, Douglas and Liza, are seen in the episode but are uncredited.
Benny's favorite teacher was Miss Montoya who just married the history teacher, Mr. Mulcahy.
Connie mentions the friends she's leaving behind: Walter Denton, Stretch Snodgrass, and Phil Boynton.
All faculty members are required to live within five miles of the school, according to Mrs. Nestor's book of rules.
All of the student body and 50% of the faculty are transferred to Monroe High School. The other half, including Miss Brooks, are dismissed. Mr. Boynton is among those going to Monroe High.