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Boy, no one could fight like Sam and Darrin could! Liz & Dick were so good at building arguments: him getting increasingly manic & her turning on that icy tone and raised eyebrow that could freeze fear into anybody. And no one could make up like them either! Dick York is always at his best when he's apologizing, calling himself every numb nut name in the book and feeling so bad for being such a jerk -- who couldn't forgive him? It's almost hard to forgive Samantha though for saying what has to be one of the most sickening and primitive statements ever uttered in the series' entire 8 years: "I'm going to clean house, fix dinner, put on a sexy dress and then spend the rest of the evening trying to convince my husband that he was right and I was wrong!" Thank goodness Samantha gets over THAT mentality in a season or two!

Endora has a cute moment when she's explaining to Sam at 4:30 a.m. that she hasn't been to bed yet because it's been party-party-party and Mr. Caldwell (looking a lot like Colonel Sanders) is funny, especially when admitting to finding soup "sexy."

FAVE QUOTE: Larry: "You look terrible! What happened?"
Darrin: "Oh, nothing much. I just lost the Caldwell account and my wife all in one week."
Larry: What?! That's horrible!"
Darrin: "I know. I can't believe it."
Larry: (pause) "Your wife too?!"

LOOK FOR: In the establishing shot of Darrin in his office, pouring coffee, smoking a cigarette,notice a sketch pad in the forefront with the drawing of a little girl with a whimiscal face -- it's a doodle drawn by Liz herself!
When Sam spells "The pot's right", the squeaks of the magic marker were dubbed and don't match the writing!
Watch the VERY FLIMSY bannister when Darrin runs to the top of the staircase following the suitcases, he almost takes it with him!
Samantha wears her "flying suit" for the first time.

OOPS!: When the suitcases come down the stairs, you can see in the upper left corner the shadow of the rod they're attached to.

© Review Copyright 1997 by SCOTT VIETS

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