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Season 4 Episode 14

Episode 83

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Aired Unknown Mar 23, 1981 on ABC
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In Part 1, Burt and his rescue party infiltrate the dungeon of the Kung Fu fortress, but soon find themselves imprisoned with Jodie and Maggie. Saunders and The Major rescue Wendy and everyone else from the fortress. Jessica forgives Mary while at the doctor's office. Mary fears she's becoming an alcoholic due to the turmoil in her life. Jodie tells Maggie he is having second thoughts about marrying her. Burt holds a press conference at the police station after returning from his meeting with the president. Danny becomes severely depressed when he receives a break-up letter from Gwen. Jodie pleads with a psychiatrist to use hypnosis in a desperate attempt to cure his doubts about marrying Maggie.

In Part 2, El Puerco finally spends the night with Jessica, but it takes him two tries to get it right. Chester and Annie announce that they have gotten married, but their marriage starts off the wrong foot when Chester finds out Jessica slept with El Puerco. Mary walks out on Burt after attempting to embarrass him in front of the governor at their home. Eunice and Dutch's marriage hits a new low when she reveals she slept with a burglar who she mistook for a disguised Dutch. Jodie comes out of hypnosis thinking he is a 90 year old Jewish immigrant named Julius.

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    George Wyner

    George Wyner

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    Nancy Bond

    Nancy Bond

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    Thomas Callaway

    Thomas Callaway

    Phillip

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    Nancy Dolman

    Nancy Dolman

    Annie Selig

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    Barbara Rhoades

    Barbara Rhoades

    Maggie Chandler

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    Gregory Sierra

    Gregory Sierra

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