Riverboat

Season 2 Episode 2

That Taylor Affair

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Sep 26, 1960 on NBC
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That Taylor Affair
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Grey and Bill have an idea to make the Enterprise famous by shanghaiing President Zachary Taylor and transporting him to his inaugural address. To do so they get some help from a girl named Lucy Belle.

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    Arlene Dahl

    Arlene Dahl

    Lucy Belle

    Guest Star

    Milton Frome

    Milton Frome

    Governor DeWitt

    Guest Star

    Stanley Adams

    Stanley Adams

    Captain Morgan

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This episode takes place in 1949, the year that Zachary Taylor was inaugurated. However, the episodes in season 1 took place from 1841 to (at the most) 1846. There's no indication that three to eight years have passed in the intervening period.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Grey: Well, we could usurp the Tennessee's contract.
        Lucy Belle: What's "usurp"?
        Grey: Oh, latch onto, shanghai.
        Lucy Belle: We're going to shanghai the President of the United States?
        Grey: Well... yeah, you might call it that.
        Bill: That is what you're going to hang for.

      • Lucy Belle: We're really going to shanghai the President?
        Bill: May the Lord have mercy on our souls.

      • Grey: Carney! Pour it on, we need all the steam we can get.
        Carney: We give it any more steam, she's going to blow us to heck.
        Grey: I'm halfway there already.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode was presumably filmed before the second season opener, "End of the Dream." It explains how Bill Blake ends up becoming the new pilot and co-partner of the Enterprise, an explanation that was lacking in the preceding episode.

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