The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Season 2 Episode 15

Ladies' Man

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Jan 01, 1970 on NBC
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Claymore Gregg is having troubles with women, so Captain Gregg and Mrs Muir pitch in in various ways to help him out. Captain Gregg visits Claymore, who is so despondent he isn't even scared, and coaches him on the proper way to treat a lady--taking her to a nice restaurant instead of a hot dog stand, for instance. The Captain accompanies Claymore to help him with the date, but it still does not got well, so Mrs Muir calls in the favors of two girlfriends to help her boost Claymore's confidence. But that boosting goes a little too far. After a successful evening with Mrs Muir's friends, Claymore arrives at Gull Cottage, to sweep Mrs Muir off her feet for a date later that evening. The Captain threatens to blow the game and chase Claymore off when he arrives later, but wanting to spare his feelings, Carolyn puts on a big act that hits Claymore where it really hurts--in his wallet--and instead of sweeping her away, he scurries off with the status quo resolved.moreless

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      • Eileen Brennan, who plays Paula, one of the women who is set up by Mrs Muir to bolster Claymore's confidence, played opposite Charles Nelson Reilly in the original Broadway production of Hello, Dolly! in 1964 starring Carol Channing. Mr Reilly originated the role of Cornelius Hackl who ultimately meets and falls in love with Mrs Molloy, who was played by Ms Brennan. They also both appear on the Original Broadway Cast Album.

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      • Carolyn: Give him some lessons in how to be suave.
        Captain: Suave is not to be learned.
        Carolyn: You learned it.
        Captain: You're wrong. I had it from the cradle.

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