Dr Bombay, among a million others. The brass bed is the Rod Serling of Love, American Style. A castaway. "And these are my friends, Kip and Henry." In Soviet Russia, spouses come to you. Poor Oliver is just a desperately lonely guy. Another popular character actor. A popular tough-guy character actor. In the background, Penny smirks, once again thankful for her mind control powers. Well-known character actor and singer. "Now that you know I'm crippled by low self esteem and only hooked up with you because I figured that neither of us could do any better, let's make it official." Laugh-In icon. Everybody's friend and sidekick. Er... why? Now that's classic Love, American Style. I picture the wall in the writer's room covered with stickers connected by overlapping colored strings. Sounds like something that they could neither afford nor desire. I wonder if it was a kind of product placement. Classic moment. I'm surprised they got away with that one. "This week's special guest shock word...." Everybody's little helper? Yeah, product placement. And seldom seen anywhere else, as I recall. Technically, she doesn't know that. There were probably many complaints, which is probably why the maitre d' asked. Not a very sympathetic character. This is why she was America's Sweetheart. Interesting. Sounds like the episode went over and they didn't want to waste a good scene. Never gets old. I think it depends on how much money they have. Classy. All of Jim's chess pieces are pawns. Yeah, that's pretty "convenient." "Are we done here? It doesn't seem over until there's an off-screen gunshot." Good point. Definitely a messy episode. Ah, I thought that was one of the iconic scenes that everyone remembers. Friday and Gannon are looking for a missing kid, see an abandoned (and closed) refrigerator in an empty lot, exchange looks of terror, and run frantically across the lot to open it. Gave me chills as a kid. Arrgh, do I? Sometimes I'm so absent minded I worry myself.