Women of the House

Season 1 Episode 10

The Conjugal Cottage

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Aired Unknown Sep 08, 1995 on CBS
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The Conjugal Cottage
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Suzanne and Sissy try out a new indestructible pantyhose line. Natty comes down with the flu on the same weekend that she's supposed to spend in the conjugal cottage with her imprisoned lover, Congressman Ed Sharkey. So that he won't lose the privilege of using the cottage, Natty sends Sissy to spend the weekend with Ed. Conflicts soon arise when Sissy finds that she is very attracted to Ed, so she calls Suzanne in to take her place. After Ed spends the evening ignoring her, Suzanne decides that she's more attractive than Sissy and Natty combined, and she deserves the "chance to slap" his face--so she gives him a sample of what he's missing out on--and ends up inadvertently burning the Conjugal Cottage to the ground.moreless

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    Delta Burke

    Delta Burke

    Suzanne Sugarbaker

    Patricia Heaton

    Patricia Heaton

    Natalie Hollingsworth (Administrative Assistant)

    Lisa Rieffel

    Lisa Rieffel

    Veda Walkman (episodes 9-13)

    Teri Garr

    Teri Garr

    Sissy Emerson (Press Secretary)

    Valerie Mahaffey

    Valerie Mahaffey

    Jennifer Malone #1

    Adam Carl

    Adam Carl

    Adam (episode 9-13)

    Telma Hopkins

    Telma Hopkins

    Officer Rhoda

    Guest Star

    Charles Frank

    Charles Frank

    Congressman Ed Sharkey

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      • Guest star Charles Frank has a history of working with star Delta Burke and series creator/writer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason. In addition to directing episodes of Designing Women, Frank played Burke's step-son, whom she lusted after, in Bloodworth's 80s send-up of prime-time soaps, Filthy Rich.

      • This episode was aired during Lifetime's "An Evening of Women of the House" marathon without closing credits.

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      • This episode was aired during Lifetime's "An Evening of Women of the House" marathon without closing credits.

      • Guest star Charles Frank has a history of working with star Delta Burke and series creator/writer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason. In addition to directing episodes of Designing Women, Frank played Burke's step-son, whom she lusted after, in Bloodworth's 80s send-up of prime-time soaps, Filthy Rich.

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