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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Chico And The Man' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'Chico And The Man':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns.)

September 13, 1974: Pilot
Season 1, episode 1
W: James Komack, Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: Peter Baldwin

With Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Customer), Sidney Clute (Police Officer #1), Jerry Fogel (Police Officer #2).
An irascible aging garage owner in the barrio of East Los Angeles takes on a young Chicano in an unpredictable partnership.

September 20, 1974: Second Thoughts
Season 1, episode 2
W: Adele Styler, Burt Styler   D: Peter Baldwin

With Gladys Holland (Alice), Jack Knight (Delivery Guy), Bill Zuckert (Mr. Dooley).
Ed wakes up from a tequila hangover to learn Chico has made him sign a contract. Ed plans drastic action to dissolve the partnership.

September 27, 1974: Old Dog
Season 1, episode 3
W: James Komack   D: Peter Baldwin

With Robert Gibbons (Customer # 2), Bo Kaprall (Customer # 1).
Ed Brown becomes baffled by a foreign car in need of repair, figures life has passed him by and decides to retire.

October 4, 1974: New Suit
Season 1, episode 4
W: James Komack   D: Peter Baldwin

With Carmen Zapata (Customer), Herb Vigran (Charlie).
Ed gets invited to join his old buddies at an Army reunion, but he doesn't want to go because he has no new clothes to wear.

October 11, 1974: Borrowed Trouble
Season 1, episode 5
W: Norman Barasch, Carroll Moore   D: Peter Baldwin

With Larry Hovis (Customer), Alma Beltran, Raymond Vago (Customer), Julio Medina (Delgado).
Though Ed is reluctant, Chico convinces him that borrowing money is a "good old American custom".

October 25, 1974: E Pluribus Used Car
Season 1, episode 6
W: Larry Markes, Norm Liebmann   D: Peter Baldwin

With Rene Enriquez (Customer).
Ed and Chico find a buyer for Louie the garbageman's vintage car.

November 1, 1974: Lifestyle
Season 1, episode 7
W: Ron Friedman   D: Peter Baldwin

With Diana Canova (Patty), Robert Carricart (Percival Beltran).
After Ed falsely accuses Chico and his girlfriend of shenanigans in the van, he finds it difficult to understand the younger generation's courtship mores.

November 8, 1974: Veterans
Season 1, episode 8
W: Bud Wiser, Robert Hilliard, Michael Morris   D: Peter Baldwin

With Jonathan Daly (Mr. Sheldon), Paul Lichtman (Cabdriver).
Ed converts the garage into a GI-financed auto school with Chico and Louie making up the student body.

November 15, 1974: No Room In The Garage
Season 1, episode 9
W: Bill Dana   D: Peter Baldwin

With Jill Choder (Sharon), Marie Gahva (Dolores).
Chico's cousin Dolores arrives from Mexico just in time to deliver her baby in the van.

December 6, 1974: The Letter
Season 1, episode 10
W: James Komack   D: Peter Baldwin

With Richard Yniguez (Carlos), Howard Storm (Customer), Tom McFadden (Customer).
Ed becomes upset when he learns of Chico's plans to move to New York.

December 20, 1974: Natural Causes
Season 1, episode 11
W: Steve Gordon   D: Peter Baldwin

With Bill McLean (Alfred), Luis de Cordova (Doctor), Shirley O'Hara (Betty).
Ed reads about a friend dying of natural causes and gets help from Chico and a doctor to help fight off this "dreaded disease".

December 27, 1974: The Manuel Who Came To Dinner
Season 1, episode 12
W: Elias Davis, David Pollock   D: Peter Baldwin

With Danny Nunez (Manuel Carrera), Gary Cervantes.
Chico arranges a party at the garage for Ed and an old friend with whom he has been feuding for years.

January 3, 1975: Garage Sale
Season 1, episode 13
W: Ed Jurist   D: Peter Baldwin

With Florida Friebus (Althea Nelson), Hope Summers (Lucille Nelson), Richard X. Slattery (Inspector Flynn), Louis Quinn (Rudy), Carl Gottlieb, Paul Lichtman.
When Ed and Chico stage a garage sale, their antique items are matched by bizarre customers.

January 17, 1975: Out Of Sight
Season 1, episode 14
W: Ron Friedman   D: Peter Baldwin

With Bruce Kirby (Officer), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Rudy), Alma Beltran (Customer).
When Ed insists he saw an accident happen, he is not aware that his friend was the driver of the truck. He faces the dilemma of testifying against his friend or admitting he needs glasses.

January 24, 1975: The Beard
Season 1, episode 15
W: Robert Hilliard, Michael Morris   D: Peter Baldwin

With Jim Backus (Harold Ericson), Audra Lindley (Doris Ericson).
Ed Brown's old buddy Harold uses the garage and a barber shop quartet recording as an alibi for his philandering, much to the chagrin of Chico.

January 31, 1975: If I Were A Rich Man
Season 1, episode 16
W: Jerry Ross   D: Bill Foster

With Liberty Williams (Marilyn Simmons), Perry Cook (Customer).
It's Ed's job to tell Chico that his fiancee has returned his engagement ring, but the message never quite gets delivered.

February 7, 1975: Ed Steps Out
Season 1, episode 17
W: Jerry Ross   D: Peter Baldwin

With Shelley Winters (Shirley Shrift).
A widowed bakery owner sets her romantic cap for Ed and gets help from Chico.

February 14, 1975: Sammy Steps In
Season 1, episode 18
W: Martin Donovan, Robert Hilliard, Michael Morris   D: James Komack

With Sammy Davis Jr. (Himself).
Sammy Davis Jr. sputters into Ed's garage in his Stutz Black Hawk and his troubles balloon.

February 21, 1975: The Doctor Story
Season 1, episode 19
W: Ed Jurist   D: Jack Donohue

With Bill McLean (Alfred), Danny Goldman (Dr. Crowley), John J. Fox (Older Doctor), Leslie Paxton (Nurse).
Ed scorns advice from Chico and others to get professional help, and instead applies home remedies to his aching shoulder.

February 28, 1975: The Giveaway
Season 1, episode 20
W: Robert Hilliard, Eric Cohen   D: Jack Donohue

With Diana Canova (Patty), Roger C. Carmel (Priest), Tony Cacciotti (Customer), Tim Herbert.
Several robberies have taken place in the neighborhood, so when Chico suddenly turns up with unexplained wealth, Ed is concerned.

March 7, 1975: Louie's Retirement
Season 1, episode 21
W: Ben Joelson, Art Baer   D: James Komack

With Herbie Faye (Bernie), Damian London (Garbage Man).
Louie, the garbage man, "retires" and spends all his spare hours at Ed's garage getting in the way while trying to be helpful.

March 14, 1975: Long Live The Man
Season 1, episode 22
W: Michael Morris   D: Jack Donohue

With Roger C. Carmel (Priest).
A newspaper death notice lists Ed Brown, but his return from a weekend trip sets the neighborhood into a flurry, prompting Chico to conduct a "living" memorial to his partner.

September 12, 1975: Paint Job
Season 2, episode 1
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Rich Little (Dwayne Devine).
Ed and Chico clash over using the wall of their alley for an art competition.

September 19, 1975: This Hallowed Garage
Season 2, episode 2
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Barbara Cason, Jonathan Daly (Daniel Hanreddy).
The city informs Ed of plans to demolish his garage in 48 hours in order to pave the way for a newer gas station.

September 26, 1975: Auntie Connie
Season 2, episode 3
W: Howard Albrecht, Sol Weinstein   D: Jack Donohue

With Angelina Estrada (Aunt Connie).
Ed and Chico get an unexpected visit from a brand-new millionairess who wants to take Chico on a trip around the world.

October 3, 1975: Play Gypsy
Season 2, episode 4
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Avery Schreiber (Miklos).
A gypsy arrives at the garage to claim a debt of honor stemming from the time his father saved Ed's life.

October 10, 1975: The Disappearance
Season 2, episode 5
W: Michael Morris   D: Jack Donohue

When Ed starts living in the past -- singing nostalgic tunes -- Chico and Louie become concerned.

October 17, 1975: Chico And The Van
Season 2, episode 6
W: Ann Gibbs, Joel Kimmel   D: Jack Donohue

With Ralph Manza (Mr. Gomez), Penny Marshall (Anita).
Evicted from his rolling residence by a city inspector, Chico makes the mistake of moving in with Ed.

October 31, 1975: Ms. Liz
Season 2, episode 7
W: Jack Mendelsohn, Lynn Roth   D: Jack Donohue

With Bill McLean (Customer), Jeannie Linero (Liz Garcia).
When Chico returns from his vacation and announces that he has met the girl he plans to marry, Ed decides Chico is crazy.

November 7, 1975: Mister Butterfly
Season 2, episode 8
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Beulah Quo (Mariko), George Takei (Yoshi Akimura).
A Japanese mother reluctantly confesses to her grown son that Ed is not really his father, just an honorable role model for him to follow.

November 14, 1975: Misfortune Teller
Season 2, episode 9
W: Sandy Krinski   D: Jack Donohue

With Tina Menard, Julio Medina (Banker), Avery Schreiber (Miklos).
Miklos the gypsy introduces the barter system to Ed and Chico as a means to save the garage mortgage.

November 21, 1975: Bird In A Gilded Cage
Season 2, episode 10
W: Bernie Kahn   D: Jack Donohue

With Bill McLean (Customer), Carmel Myers (Herself), Carlos Romero (Cafe Manager).
Just as Ed is reminiscing about his "secret love" for silent film star Carmel Myers, Ed meets her and proceeds to disrupt her life.

November 28, 1975: The Strike
Season 2, episode 11
W: Milt Rosen   D: Jack Donohue

Chico joins a union for mechanics, but is then forced to picket Ed's Garage.

December 5, 1975: The Invention
Season 2, episode 12
W: Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan   D: Jack Donohue

With Joe Silver (Mr. Barlow).
Chico and Ed are swindled out of $500 when an executive promises to turn Ed's invention into a big money maker.

December 19, 1975: The Juror
Season 2, episode 13
W: Sandy Krinski   D: Jack Donohue

With Jack Bernardi (Defendant), Della Reese (Judge).
When Chico is called for jury duty, Ed discovers the person on trial is an old friend. Filled with good intentions, Ed gets everyone in trouble -- including himself -- when he tries to influence Chico's decision.

January 9, 1976: The Dream
Season 2, episode 14
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Queenie Smith (Tammy), Shirley Kirkes (Lola), E.J. Andre (Doctor), Noela Velasco (Va Va).
At Chico's suggestion, Ed visits a retirement community and seriously considers it.

January 16, 1976: The Hypnotist
Season 2, episode 15
W: Douglas Tibbles, Barbara Tibbles   D: Jack Donohue

With Carole Cook (Flora).
Chico accidentally hypnotizes Ed into being sweet and obedient in response to the words "will you".

January 23, 1976: Reverend Bemis' Altar Ego
Season 2, episode 16
W: Arthur Phillips, John L. Greene   D: Jack Donohue

With Ronny Graham (Reverend Bemis), Portia Nelson.
Chico makes such a successful debut in the pulpit that the Rev. Bemis threatens to quit.

January 28, 1976: The Big Brush-Off
Season 2, episode 17
W: Larry Siegel   D: Jack Donohue

With Tony Orlando (Tomas Garcia), Irene de Bari (Maria Esteban).
Chico is rebuffed by his new flame because he looks too much like her former fiancee.

February 4, 1976: The Accident
Season 2, episode 18
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Joan Crosby (Nurse McInerney), Arnold Soboloff (Angus).
When Chico and Ed are hospitalized with job-related injuries, Chico decides that something is missing from his life and resolves to find a new career.

February 11, 1976: Chico's Cousin Pepe
Season 2, episode 19
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Jack Donohue

With Jose Feliciano (Pepe).
Jose Feliciano guests as a cousin who comes between Chico and his girlfriend.

February 18, 1976: Return Of Aunt Connie
Season 2, episode 20
W: Iris Rainer, Mort Scharfman   D: Jack Donohue

With Angelina Estrada (Aunt Connie), Cesare Danova (Count Emilio).
Chico and Ed suspect that a fortune hunter is about to prey on Chico's aunt.

February 25, 1976: Too Many Crooks
Season 2, episode 21
W: Arthur Phillips, John L. Greene   D: Jack Donohue

With Billy Barty (Little Hold-up Man), Tim Herbert (Nerdy Robber), Jacquelyn Hyde (Hooker), Harvey Lembeck (Officer Harroway), Joey Bishop (Charlie), Art Evans (Bubba).
After a newspaper labels Ed a good samaritan for giving a robber $20, every mugger in town visits him.

March 3, 1976: The Face Job
Season 2, episode 22
W: Howard Albrecht, Sol Weinstein   D: Jack Donohue

With Carole Cook (Flora), Bernie Kopell (Harry Stern).
Ed is offered a free facelift but turns it down, almost causing a breakup of his romance.

October 1, 1976: Della Moves In
Season 3, episode 1
W: Hal Kanter, Michael Morris   D: Jack Donohue

With Danny Mora (Salvador).
Season premiere. A new neighbor moves in across the alley and is greeted by Ed with insults -- not realizing that she owns the land under his garage.

October 8, 1976: The Second Coming Of Della
Season 3, episode 2
W: Hal Kanter, Michael Morris   D: Jack Donohue

With Johnny Brown (Big Bernie).
Ed's 30-year lease on his garage is almost up and he doesn't help matters by insulting the new property owner.

October 22, 1976: Chico Packs His Bags
Season 3, episode 3
W: Marty Nadler, Freddie Prinze   D: Jack Donohue

With Louisa Moritz (Lorraine), Dee Dee Rescher (Nurse Villa), John Voldstad, Richard Altman, Jacquelyn Hyde (Mrs. Ortega), Willie Bobo.
When Ed's nit-picking and feisty ways get to be too much, Chico moves out and rents an apartment.

November 5, 1976: Chico's Problem
Season 3, episode 4
W: Howard Albrecht, Sol Weinstein   D: Jack Donohue

With Patricia Joyce (Lisa Malone).
Chico's ardor is dampened by Ed's repeated visits and almost continuous phone calls for his girlfriend.

November 12, 1976: In Your Hat
Season 3, episode 5
W: Hal Kanter   D: Jack Donohue

With Andrew Masset, Jeffrey Kramer (Rojo).
When Ed's lucky hat is stolen and he refuses to enter the hospital for a hernia operation, Chico risks his life to get it back.

November 19, 1976: Ed's Recuperation
Season 3, episode 6
W: Hal Kanter, Michael Morris   D: Jack Donohue

With Shirley Mitchell (Amanda).
Though fully recovered from his operation, Ed hires a nurse, not knowing that she met all four of her husbands in a hospital and nursed them to death.

November 26, 1976: Ed Brown vs. The IRS
Season 3, episode 7
W: Patricia Jones, Donald Reiker   D: Jack Donohue

With Rudy Challenger (Agent Davis).
Ed announces he will no longer pay taxes and foot the bill for politicians who put their girlfriends on the payroll.

December 3, 1976: Morgan And The Man
Season 3, episode 8
W: Carol Gary, Doris Prouder   D: Jack Donohue

With Kristi Jill Wood (Morgan).
When Chico proposes marriage to a divorcee he knew in high school, Ed is opposed to the plan -- until he meets her child.

December 10, 1976: Mucho Macho Ed
Season 3, episode 9
W: Si Rose   D: Jack Donohue

With Maria O'Brien (Anita Gomez).
Ed is delighted when a young woman informs him he is the father of the child she is expecting -- though Ed can't remember when or how the alleged affair with the woman took place.

December 17, 1976: Old Is Gold
Season 3, episode 10
W: Jack Mendelsohn   D: Jack Donohue

With Jim Jordan.
Jim Jordan, radio's Fibber McGee, makes his TV acting debut as a 73-year-old mechanic who is hired by Ed Brown in an attempt to give a fellow senior citizen a job, but isn't given anything meaningful to do.

December 24, 1976: Ready When You Are, CB
Season 3, episode 11
W: Si Rose   D: Jack Donohue

With Bill McLean (Lonesome Rabbit), Rose Marie (Kissy Face).
While fiddling with a CB radio, Ed makes a date with somone called "Kissy Face" and the next thing he knows they're headed for Las Vegas in her camper.

January 7, 1977: The Dress
Season 3, episode 12
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Jack Donohue

With John J. Fox (Policeman), Danny Mora (Salvador), Charles Pierce (Brad Rushton).
A famous female impersonator wants to buy a dress which once belonged to Ed's wife.

January 14, 1977: A Minority Of One
Season 3, episode 13
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Jack Donohue

With Julio Medina (Dr. Spanola), Peggy de Castro (Mrs. Toro), Romo Vincent, Sam Vlahos (Garcia), Nono Arsu (Sam Vlatto).
Ed is elected president of the Barrio Better Business Bureau and takes his position so seriously that he asks Chico to teach him Spanish to prepare him for a confrontation with a city councilman.

January 28, 1977: Champs Ain't Chumps
Season 3, episode 14
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Jack Donohue

With Milton Frome (Milton Lockman), Chuck Bergansky (Packy O'Brien).
Chico steps into the boxing ring, wins a fight, and sees a whole new career opening up for him.

February 4, 1977: Chico's Padre
Season 3, episode 15
W: Ron Friedman, Henry Irving, George Bloom   D: Jack Donohue

With Wyatt Johnson (Chauffeur), Jerry Hausner (Maynard Jennings), Cesar Romero (Gilberto Rodriguez).
A private investigator comes looking for Chico and says that he has been hired by a man claiming to be Chico's father -- whom Chico presumed was dead.

February 18, 1977: Matchmaker, Matchmaker
Season 3, episode 16
W: Si Rose   D: Jack Donohue

With Jeff Donnell (Peggy Randall), Gary Dontzig (Lawrence Randall).
Chico and Della decide that grouchy old Ed needs some female companionship to smooth off his rough edges.

February 25, 1977: Black Tie Blues
Season 3, episode 17
W: John Fenton Murray   D: Jack Donohue

With Roosevelt Grier (Himself), Eddie Quillan (Hobo).
Della invites Ed to a black-tie charity event featuring former football player Rosey Grier, and accuses Ed of bigotry when he finds a lame excuse for not going.

March 4, 1977: Ed Talks To God
Season 3, episode 18
W: Michael Morris   D: Jack Donohue

With Edward Andrews (Blinky Foster).
Ed refuses to attend his own birthday party, but changes his mind when he hears from "God".

March 18, 1977: Gregory Peck Is A Rooster
Season 3, episode 19
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jack Donohue

With Pat Buttram (Jed Gibson), Danny Mora (Salvador), Jerry Fujikawa (Chang).
Ed sells a rooster, but when he finds out that it will be used for cockfighting, he tries to get the bird back.

April 1, 1977: Louie's Can-Can
Season 3, episode 20
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jack Donohue

With George Gobel (Joe Tubbs), Danny Mora (Salvador), Reb Brown (Frank).
Louie is depressed at being forced into retirement, so he buys Joe Tubbs' refuse collection business.

April 8, 1977: Uncle Sonny
Season 3, episode 21
W: Henry Irving   D: Jack Donohue

With John Voldstad (Cab Driver), Lisa Mordente (Sugar Britches), Sonja Haney (Sonja), Alvin Hammer (Telegram Man), Chanin Hale (Annalou Brown), Susan McIver (Susie).
After Ed goes off on a fishing trip, his swinging uncle arrives followed by a bevy of girls.

September 16, 1977: Who's Been Sleeping On My Car?
Season 4, episode 1
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jack Donohue

With Bill McLean (Customer), Peter Leeds (Policeman).
Season premiere. Ed and Louie, returning from a fishing trip in Mexico, discover that they've caught more than they thought when they find a stowaway (Gabriel Melgar).

September 23, 1977: Su Casa, Mi Casa?
Season 4, episode 2
W: Gary Belkin, Jerry Ross   D: Jack Donohue

With Jack Fletcher (Mr. Alch).
Ed Brown finds it hard to resist Raul's request to stay with him when he discovers the boy is an orphan.

September 30, 1977: Take Me, I'm Yours
Season 4, episode 3
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Jack Donohue

With Barbara Sharma (Amanda Wilkerson).
While Ed is struggling to make a decision on the fate of orphan Raul, a caseworker from Social Services arrives with adoption papers.

October 14, 1977: The Third Letter
Season 4, episode 4
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Jack Donohue

With Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Hector Ramirez), Barbara Sharma (Amanda Wilkerson).
Ed's plan to become a foster parent to the orphaned Raul hits a snag when he is unable to provide the social worker with three favorable character references.

October 21, 1977: The Bed
Season 4, episode 5
W: Gary Belkin   D: Jack Donohue

With Hector Elias (Alberto).
Raul thinks he's getting a bargain when he trades in Ed's old mattress for two new ones, unaware that his distrustful stepfather has been using the bedding as a piggy bank.

November 4, 1977: A Matter Of Privacy
Season 4, episode 6
W: Sandy Krinski, Chet Dowling   D: Jack Donohue

With Jim Connell (Inspector Martin).
Ed withholds a special delivery parcel from Mexico addressed to Raul because he suspects that the rumpled brown bundle contains pornographic material.

November 11, 1977: The Proposal
Season 4, episode 7
W: Bob Shayne   D: Jack Donohue

With Mark Brown (Andy Rogers).
Ed, feeling that his adopted son Raul should not be deprived of motherly love and affection, proposes to Della, who quickly accepts.

November 18, 1977: Aunt Charo
Season 4, episode 8
W: Norm Liebmann, Peter Gallay, Gene Farmer, Bill Daley   D: Jack Donohue

Raul's Aunt Charo comes to the garage to take Raul back to Spain, but he would rather stay with Ed.

December 2, 1977: Charo Takes Over
Season 4, episode 9
W: Norm Liebmann, Peter Gallay, Gene Farmer, Bill Daley   D: Jack Donohue

With Pat Morita (Pat Yamaguchi).
Charo tries to drum up Ed's business by taking matters into her own hands.

December 9, 1977: Ed, The Hero
Season 4, episode 10
W: Carmen Finestra   D: Jack Donohue

With Art Lewis (Floyd Varner), Ralph Manza (Hector Gomez), Kenia Borell (Theresa), Margarita Cordova (Rosa Gomez).
The garage has a run on charity cases when Raul tries to impress his classmates by writing a composition about Ed fixing cars for free for the poor.

December 30, 1977: Ed's Team
Season 4, episode 11
W: Adele Styler, Burt Styler   D: Jack Donohue

With Rene Enriquez (Mr. Rivera).
Ed, talked into sponsoring a local basketball team, plots to make a reluctant Raul the star player.

January 6, 1978: The Americanization Of Charo
Season 4, episode 12
W: Norm Liebmann, Peter Gallay, Gene Farmer   D: Bill Daley, Jack Donohue

With Speedy Zapata.
Ed and Raul offer to prepare Raul's Aunt Charo for the citizenship test.

January 20, 1978: Raul Runs Away
Season 4, episode 13
W: Norm Liebmann, Peter Gallay, Gene Farmer   D: Jack Donohue

With Isaac Ruiz (Mando), Roberto Contreras (Captain Salazar), Robert Hegyes (Zoltan).
Twelve-year-old Raul, believing he is an intruder after learning that there was once another Chico living and working at the garage, runs away from Ed and returns to Mexico.

January 27, 1978: Charo And The Matador
Season 4, episode 14
W: Norm Liebmann, Bill Daley   D: Jack Donohue

With Gino Conforti (Antonio), Tim Herbert, Don Diamond.
Raul's Aunt Charo pretends to fall in madly love with Ed Brown to keep from being claimed by a matador to whom she was betrothed at age eight.

June 2, 1978: A New Girl In Town
Season 4, episode 15
W: Don Segall   D: Jack Donohue

With Tom Williams, Milt Kogan, Jay Gerber, Julie Hill (Monica).
Raul brings an aspiring actress home, and wants Ed to make her part of the family.

June 9, 1978: Ed Brown's Car Wash
Season 4, episode 16
W: Norm Liebmann, Bill Daley   D: Jack Donohue

With Terri Paine (Customer), R.L. Haase (Customer), Alice Nunn (Mrs. Keever), Charles Fleischer (Charlie), Ray Ballard (Alfred Keefer), Patch Mackenzie (Susie), Hilary Thompson (Lynn).
Monica converts Ed Brown's garage into a car wash.

June 16, 1978: Buenas Dias, Mr. President
Season 4, episode 17
W: Tom Sawyer   D: Bill Larkin

With Trent Dolan (Secret Service Agent), Julie Hill (Monica), Morgan Paull (Secret Service Agent).
Fear of a security check prompts Ed to refuse to play host to the President of the United States.

June 30, 1978: Della And Son
Season 4, episode 18
W: Gary Belkin, Jerry Ross   D: Jack Donohue

With Franklyn Ajaye (Tony).
Ed tries to persuade Della to babysit for her grandson while her son pursues another of his million-dollar schemes.

July 7, 1978: Help Wanted
Season 4, episode 19
W: Terry Hart   D: Jack Donohue

With Cliff Carnell (Police Officer), Louis Guss (Collucci), Ted Cassidy (Bruno).
Ed's health is threatened by a hood and his henchmen when he makes Monica quit her job at the roughest bar in town.

July 14, 1978: The Peeping Tom
Season 4, episode 20
W: Al Schwartz, Sam Locke   D: Jack Donohue

With Bill McLean (Ira), Ken Sansom (Doctor), Tom Reese (Cop), Alice Ghostley (Harriett).
Ed, convinced by a lady's complaint that he is acting abnormally, tries to get himself arrested.

July 21, 1978: The Hot Rock
Season 4, episode 21
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jack Donohue

With Ned Glass (Berkowitz), Herb Edelman (Doctor).
When Ed is hospitalized, his roommate successfully frightens him with tales of malpractice suits. (Last show of the series.)

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