The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Season 1 Episode 3

Treasure Hunt

Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Oct 05, 1968 on NBC
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Treasure Hunt
With the house badly in need of repair, Carolyn tries to play off Claymore's vanity by telling him that a national magazine wants to do a photo shoot of Gull Cottage and if he could attend to some of the work that needs done it would be much more impressive. The Captain finds her plan amusing and bets her $5 dollars that Claymore will not do the repairs, but when it appears that he really won't fix the necessary items, the Captain comes up with a brilliant scheme of his own.moreless

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      • Captain: If you're trying to flatter your way out of our bet, that female trick won't work. You lost.
        Carolyn: Well, that's a woman for you. Guess you can't change us.
        Captain: I don't know that I want to. After all, you're still the best opposite sex available.

      • Carolyn: You've got yourself a bet, Captain. That's in American money, not rusted old sovereigns.

      • Captain: For the life of me, I cannot understand why a ship is always referred to in the female gender. A ship is responsive to command; a female is obstinate. A ship is reliable; a female is erratic and capricious. A ship has its own unique qualities; a female is just like any other female. Madame, I withdraw that. You are not like other females. You are unique.
        Carolyn: Thank you. I think.

      • Captain: I'm a sea captain, not a plumber.
        Carolyn: You don't know how to fix it.
        Captain:What I meant was that as a sea captain there are certain tasks that are beneath my dignity to perform. Do I make myself clear?
        Carolyn: Perfectly. You don't know how.
        Captain:Stand off from that beaker!
        Carolyn:Aye-aye, sir!

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