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Season 3 Episode 7

Mr. and Mrs. Singer

Aired Unknown Sep 27, 1997 on AMC
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Mr. and Mrs. Singer
A bone chilling episode that starts riotously funny, and ends heartbreaking. Scott does his best to pester Hilary yet again, resulting in one of the best verbal sparring matches of the whole 3rd season. But the mood turns a complete 180 when a woman arrives at the station for some of Jeff's things, claiming to be the new Mrs. Singer. What will Hilary do as a result? The finale of Pavla Nemkova only proves that you have to go very far to trump *Miss* Hilary Booth.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Gertie: HI, Maple, what did you have for lunch?
        Maple: The HIlary Booth salad: Cracked crab on an unmade bed of olive pits, sour grapes, and nuts.
        Gertie: With a vinegar vinaigrette and a twist of venom.

      • (Betty and Mr. Eldridge talk about Celia's movie debut)
        Mr. Eldridge: We can be really proud of her.
        Betty: Oh, you're right. Even the best radio actors rarely make the transition into movies.
        Mr. Eldridge: Well, it must be very hard suddenly having to act in black and white.

      • Hilary: ...and what is all this about politics?
        Scott: Great idea, huh? I'm dying to do a show about smoke-filled rooms, back room deals, power brokers going for broke! It might pep up some of this romance gunk.
        Hilary: Listen, I demand that henceforth you stick to the script. Stick, stick, stick! You stuck up stuffed-shirt Sherwood, spoiler of scripts! You stick to it or I'll stick it to you in so many places you'll feel like a damn pincushion at a darning convention.
        Scott: You know, just the fact that you can pronounce all that serves to remind me how much I can learn from a seasoned pro like yourself.
        Hilary: Go ahead. Go ahead, call me "Hildy."
        Scott: But your name's Hilary...I admit that sometimes I slipped and called you "Hildy" when I was the acting manager of this station, but now that I'm the acting actor I've made a point of calling you by your correct name--Mrs. Singer.
        Hilary: Booth! It's Hilary Booth! My husband's name is Mrs. Singer!

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