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Season 3 Episode 19

Episode 66

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Aired Unknown Mar 06, 1980 on ABC
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Danny and Polly have Burt and Mary to their new house for an eventful evening. Billy dumps Leslie, who threatens suicide. The Campbells brace for the custody trial. The Tates welcome a new butler, Saunders, who immediately regrets taking the job. As the families gather to watch election coverage, Jessica collapses.

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    Madelyn Cates

    Madelyn Cates

    Mrs Helen Pfeiffer

    Guest Star

    John Clavin

    John Clavin

    Mr Pfeiffer

    Guest Star

    John Medici

    John Medici

    Waiter

    Guest Star

    Allan Miller

    Allan Miller

    Dr. Alan Posner

    Recurring Role

    Lynne Moody

    Lynne Moody

    Polly Dawson

    Recurring Role

    Marla Pennington

    Marla Pennington

    Leslie Walker

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Corinne introduces Chuck as her cousin to Saunders, but that didn't stop her from fooling around with Peter earlier on, who had been Chuck's older brother and would've also been Corinne's cousin (well, both of them would be step-cousins).

      • The character of Dutch, once a hard-bitten, ruthless killer, is reduced to a blithering crybaby in this episode (and in many episodes from this point forward).

    • QUOTES (2)

      • The Major: (to Saunders) The world will never forget how you showed up Hitler at the 1936 Olympics. God bless you, Jesse Owens!

      • (Jodie finds the family crying over Wendy's crib)
        Jodie: This is good. Just the strength and support I'd hoped for.
        Burt: No, we're fine. Bob told us a real sad story about what Charlie McCarthy is doing these days.

    • NOTES (1)

      • With "Benson" a bona fide hit and guaranteed a long life on ABC, "Soap" finally replaces Robert Guillaume's character in this episode. Veteran actor Roscoe Lee Browne joins the cast as Saunders, the Tate's new butler.

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