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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Family Affair' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Family Affair':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





January 6, 1969: To Love With Buffy
Season 3, episode 14
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Kenneth Tobey (Steve Jackson), Sue Casey (Gail Ryder).
Bringing Buffy (Anissa Jones) along on a business trip to Puerto Rico, Bill promises to spend all his free time with his niece. Of course, this puts a crimp on his social life in general and his romance with former flame Gail (Sue Casey) in particular, but Bill is doggedly determined to keep his word. It is up to Buffy to figure out that Bill is having a miserable time, and to do something about it.

January 13, 1969: A Family Group
Season 3, episode 15
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Kathleen Crowley (Lois Winston), Liam Sullivan (Richard Mason), Lori Martin (Dana).
Cissy (Kathy Garver) befriends a sophisticated, jet-setting teenager named Dana Mason (Lori Martin). The daughter of a celebrated theatrical couple (Liam Sullivan, Kathleen Crowley), Dana never tires of bragging about her parents' idyllic marriage, dropping famous names and disdaining Cissy's modest, stay-at-home lifestyle. Ultimately it is revealed that, for all her pretensions, Dana is desperately insecure and lonely--and worse, her parents are on the verge of divorce.

January 20, 1969: A Lesson For Grown-Ups
Season 3, episode 16
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Charles T. Barton

With William Boyett (Mel), Davis Robert (Ambassador), Horace McMahon (Mr. McAlister), Ila Britton (Nurse), John Alvin (Hank), Maura McGiveney (Barbara).
Bill (Brian Keith) grimly assumes all responsibility when a bridge on which he was working collapses, costing millions of dollars. Overhearing Bill's financial woes, the kids conclude that the family is about to go broke. This explains why Cissy goes out and gets a part-time job, while Buffy and Jody hold an auction of their most precious possessions -- and also launch a brisk dog-walking business.

January 27, 1969: Oh, To Be In England
Season 3, episode 17
W: Henry Garson, Edmund Beloin   D: Charles T. Barton

With Alan Nepler (Mr. Wilson), Barbara Babcock (Pamela), Emile Genest (Monsieur Raynaud), John Holland (Sir Richard), Alan Napier (Mr. Wilson).
The family prepares to move to England when Bill (Brian Keith) is offered an opportunity to work on an English-channel tunnel project. Particularly eager to make the move across the "Big Pond" is Mr. French (Sebastian Cabot), who has yearned to return to the Mother Country for years. Unfortunately, although French and the kids are soon securely settled in the British Isles, it turns out that Bill won't be able to join them.

February 3, 1969: A Matter Of Privacy
Season 3, episode 18
W: Burt Styler   D: Charles T. Barton

With William Boyett (Fred), Bobby Riha (Norman), Larry Thor (Mr. McGraw), Richard O'Brien (Harris), Russ Caldwell (Roger).
Goaded by their classmate Norman (Bobby Riha), Buffy (Anissa Jones) and Jody (Johnnie Whitaker) begin secretly tape-recording other peoples' conversation. The kids' electronic eavesdropping proves embarrassing for both Cissy (Kathy Garver) and Mr. French (Sebastian Cabot), leading to even more embarrassing complications. And in a parallel development, Bill (Brian Keith) discovers that someone has planted a "bug" in his office.

February 10, 1969: Lost In Spain (1)
Season 3, episode 19
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With Alberto Morin (Senor Valgo), Anna Navarro (Ana Vicente Cassona), Jay Novello (Tio Dichoso), John Aladdin (Ricardo), Maria Grimm (Girl Guide), Roberto Iglesias (Senor Cabra), Saverio Lo Medico (Bus Driver), Tina Menard (Clerk).
Part 1. Adventure awaits Bill and the kids in Barcelona.

February 17, 1969: Lost In Spain (2)
Season 3, episode 20
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With Anna Navarro (Ana Vicente Cassona), Gil Galvano (Bus Driver #2), Jay Novello (Tio Dichoso), John Aladdin (Ricardo), Pilar Del Rey (Ticket Agent), Rico Alaniz (Bus Driver #1), Ruben Moreno (Senor Las Casas), Valentin de Vargas (La Playa), Socrates Ballis (Reader).
While Mr. French desperately searches for Buffy and Jody, the twins are picked up by a nun and a group of schoolchildren.

February 24, 1969: Lost In Spain (3)
Season 3, episode 21
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With Anna Navarro (Ana Vicente Cassona), George J. Lewis (Francisco Torres y Fiero), Jay Novello (Tio Dichoso), John Aladdin (Ricardo), Jose Haas (Sergeant), Julian Rivero (Sacristan), Nacho Galindo (Carlos Vega), Rosa Turich (Maria Vega), Tom Hernandez (Captain).
Buffy and Jody are spotted by Carlos and Maria and taken to a church where, thankfully, Bill and his friends find them.

March 3, 1969: A Diller, A Dollar
Season 3, episode 22
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Joan Vohs (Miss Cummings), Sherry Alberoni (Sharon), Elaine Devray (Joyce), Emma Tyson (Linda), Gary Durbin (Peter), Lisa Gerritsen (May).
Straight-A student Buffy (Anissa Jones) suddenly and mysteriously begins failing in every class. Bill (Brian Keith) thinks that Buffy is deliberately performing poorly so she won't skip a grade and can stay in the same class with her twin brother Jody (Johnnie Whitaker). But the truth is that Buffy is "playing dumb" to attract a boy who doesn't like smart girls.

March 10, 1969: The Young Man From Bolivia
Season 3, episode 23
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Miguel Monsalve (Paco), Randy Whipple (Peter), Carlos Romero (Senor Mendez), Lisa Gerritsen (Kathy).
Jody is jealous of the attention paid to his Bolivian pen pal.

March 17, 1969: Speak For Yourself, Mr. French
Season 3, episode 24
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Noel Drayton (Mr. Hardcastle), Leslie Parrish (Emily Travers), Leslie Randall (Mr. Tyburn).
Everyone in the Davis household is astonished when an attractive young secretary named Emily (Leslie Parrish) sets her cap for the dignified -- and much older -- Mr. French (Sebastian Cabot). At first mildly annoyed by Emily's attentions, Mr. French soon becomes interested, and quite flattered.

March 24, 1969: The Flip Side
Season 3, episode 25
W: Roy Kammerman   D: Charles T. Barton

With Eddie Hodges (Charlie Higgins), Patricia Lee (Pamela), Thomas Ormenyi (Steve), Warren Berlinger (McGregor).
Broadway star Eddie Hodges (The Music Man) guests in this episode as British pop idol Chris Higgins. Sweeping Cissy (Kathy Garver) off her feet, Chris goes so far as to write a song about her. Naturally, Cissy is convinced that Chris has fallen in love with her -- little realizing that she is on the verge of succumbing to the worldly singer's standard makeout technique. Eddie Hodges sings his own composition "She's on My Mind", and also "Cissy My Love", cowritten by Hodges and series regular Kathy Garver.

March 31, 1969: The Matter Of Dignity
Season 3, episode 26
W: Peggy Chantler Dick, John McGreevey, Douglas Dick   D: Charles T. Barton

With Annette Cabot (Miss Grayson), Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), David Montresor (Alfred), Gary Tigerman (Gopher), Irene Tedrow (Alice).
In an incredible turn of events, the very proper and above-board Mr. French (Sebastian Cabot) has become involved in a rather nasty scandal. Someone has been sending poison-pen letters to the nonplussed butler, linking his name with that of a young English lady. Playing detective, Bill (Brian Keith) tries to determine the source of the nasty letters -- and both he and Mr. French are in for quite a surprise.

April 7, 1969: Flower Power
Season 3, episode 27
W: Cynthia Lindsay   D: Charles T. Barton

With Jamie Farr (Hippie), Diane Roter (Myra), Rick Gates (Garfield), Veronica Cartwright (Jo-Ann).
Encountering several flower children in Greenwich Village, Cissy wants to be a part of their alternative lifestyle -- at least on weekends. Naturally, Uncle Bill is nervous, but he needn't worry: Cissy ultimately realizes that she'd rather tune out and drop in rather than turn on.

April 14, 1969: My Man, The Star
Season 3, episode 28
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Noel Drayton (Mr. Hardcastle), Anne Travis (Actress), Del Moore (Herb Donaldson), Dick Patterson (Tony Brooks), Joe Flynn (Fred Wallace), Margaret Muse (Mrs. Marley).
Fired up with patriotic fervor, Mr. French (Sebastian Cabot) agrees to play Henry VIII in a movie made by shoestring producer Fred Wallace (Joe Flynn). Though Mr. French is certain that this will be a good experience, the film turns out to be an unscripted, underfunded disaster, and as a result French loses something far more precious than his time and effort: namely, his dignity.





September 25, 1969: No Uncle Is An Island
Season 4, episode 1
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Billy McMickle (Mark), Herbert Anderson (Chuck), Marilyn Hare (Joyce), Mary Jane Mangler (Tracey), Nancy Hale (Mrs. Manning), Pamelyn Ferdin (Jennifer), Peter Leeds (Joe), Scutter McKay (Dan), Victoria Carroll (Carol), Wayne Heffley (Mr. Manning).
With the rest of the household safely away for the weekend, Uncle Bill's quest for peace and quiet is marred by a fighting married couple, neighbors and their children and univited women visitors.

October 2, 1969: The Wings Of An Angel
Season 4, episode 2
W: Roswell Rogers   D: Charles T. Barton

With Randy Whipple (Larry), Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Noel Drayton (Mr. Hardcastle), Dana Andrews (Harv Mullen), Scott Garrett (Peter).
A recently released convict turns to Uncle Bill for help in finding a job.

October 9, 1969: Uncle Prince Charming
Season 4, episode 3
W: Rita Lakin   D: Charles T. Barton

With Allan Gruener (Waiter), Katherine McLeod (Mrs. Andrews), Peter Adams (Mr. Andrews), Gregg Fedderson (Gregg Bartlett), Darleen Carr (Carla).
Cissy's teenage friend, Carla, gets a monumental crush on Uncle Bill and announces they are "practically engaged".

October 16, 1969: Cissy's Apartment
Season 4, episode 4
W: Si Rose   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg Bartlett), Barbara Hunter (Karen), Terry Burnham (Rita Stone).
Cissy moves away from the family. But in taking an apartment of her own she comes up with a new set of problems.

October 23, 1969: The Jody Affair
Season 4, episode 5
W: Roland Wolpert   D: Charles T. Barton

With Donald Livingston (Jeff), Miguel Monsalve (Carlos), Eric Lee (Henry), Maura McGiveney (Eve Runyon), Pitt Herbert (Mr. Anderson), Teddy Quinn (Mark).
Uncle Bill stands on principle, refusing to pay damages when Jody is thought to be guilty of breaking a window.

October 30, 1969: With This Ring
Season 4, episode 6
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Sherry Alberoni (Sharon James), Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Page Forsythe (Waitress), Tom Lowell (Walter).
Cissy and Gregg become "engaged" after they see friends all about them getting married.

November 6, 1969: What's Funny About A Broken Leg?
Season 4, episode 7
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Donald Livingston (Henry), Brian Forster (Boy), Jennifer Raine (Mother), Laurie Main (Passenger), Oliver McGowan (Dr. Perry), Richard Bull (Manager), Scott Garrett (Tom), George Ostos (Roberto).
Buffy breaks her leg and misses a night at the circus, but the Davis family and French bring the circus to her.

November 13, 1969: The Birthday Boy
Season 4, episode 8
W: Blanche Hanalis   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Lori Loughlin (Susan), Sundown Spencer (Alan), Billy McMickle (Eric).
Buffy and Jody learn about French's birthday and plan a surprise party for him -- much to the discomfiture of the proper English gentleman.

November 20, 1969: The Stowaway
Season 4, episode 9
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Sarah Selby (Mrs. Webster), Bert Whatley (Mr. Morrison), Kaye Elhardt (Toni), Michael-James Wixted (Kenny).
Buffy and Jody "adopt" a runaway orphan boy without the knowledge of Uncle Bill or French, and hide the youth in their apartment.

December 4, 1969: Number One Boy
Season 4, episode 10
W: William H. Wright   D: Charles T. Barton

With Benson Fong (Eng Ho), Frances Fong (Betty Ng), James Hong (Phil Lee).
French submits his resignation after the boy who served Uncle Bill in Hong Kong arrives in New York and begins taking over the household chores.

December 11, 1969: A Tale Of Two Travels
Season 4, episode 11
W: Rocci Chatfield   D: Charles T. Barton

With Diane Mountford (Anita), Larry J. Blake (Guide), Ricky Kelman (Roger).
Their vacation in Boston goes badly for the Davises -- especially French, who is reminded at every turn of the part played by the British in the American Revolution.

December 18, 1969: Maudie
Season 4, episode 12
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Annette Cabot (Secretary), William Boyett (Pete Neilson), Ida Lupino (Lady Marchwood), Lester Matthews (Farnsworth), Norma Foster (Pamela).
French is bowled over when a wealthy English widow ofers her hand to him in marriage.

December 25, 1969: Goodbye Harold
Season 4, episode 13
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With Chris Ritter (Eleanor Whitley), Cynthia Niles (Second Girl), Ralph Slane (Salesman), Sofia Marie (First Girl).
Buffy's hamster runs away in the park.

January 1, 1970: The Girl Graduate
Season 4, episode 14
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Nina Shipman (Jan Franklin).
Cissy plans to stay out all night following graduating from high school. While Uncle Bill and French try to figure out how to cope with this announcement, Cissy reveals a set of values far beyond her years.

January 8, 1970: Grandpa, Sir
Season 4, episode 15
W: Brad Radnitz   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Kelly Corcoran (Craig), Paul Fix (Ted Patterson), Victoria Paige Meyerink (Cindy).
A grandfather the children have not seen for five years and whom they scarcely remember pays a call on the children and is treated lukewarmly.

January 15, 1970: Marooned
Season 4, episode 16
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With William Boyett (Pete), Mark Tapscott (Trooper).
French, Buffy and Jody are marooned in a blizzard while on the way to Vermont to meet Uncle Bill.

January 22, 1970: Mr. Osaki's Tree
Season 4, episode 17
W: Blanche Hanalis   D: Charles T. Barton

With Teru Shimada (Mr. Osaki).
An aging Japanese diplomat who has befriended Jody gives the lad his Bonsai tree, about which he has mystical feelings. But the tree begins to die when Mr. Osaki leaves New York to return home.

January 29, 1970: The Language Of Love
Season 4, episode 18
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Donald Livingston (Freddie), Audree Norton (Dr. Robinson), Diane Holly (Juanita), Jeanne Bates (Mrs. Morrison), Lee Casey (Jose), Margarita Cordova (Mrs. Cadero).
Uncle Bill enlists the services of a woman doctor to help a handicapped child befriended by Buffy. Audree Norton, deaf actress and a member of the National Theater of the Deaf, plays a guest role as a doctor.

February 5, 1970: The Inheritance
Season 4, episode 19
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Charles T. Barton

With William Boyett (Pete), Booth Colman (Mr. Fidletter), Erica Petal (Girl), Guy Edwards (Mailman), Lou Krugman (Floor Manager), Victoria Paige Meyerink (Girl).
Buffy and Jody inherit a small sum of money and learn that being "rich" creates new problems for them when they disagree on how to spend it.

February 12, 1970: There Goes New York
Season 4, episode 20
W: Burt Styler   D: Charles T. Barton

With David Brandon (Husband), Randy Whipple (Walter), Erin Moran (Amy), Byron Morrow (Mr. Larson), Ellen Clark (Secretary), Sarasue (Wife).
A man on television predicts New York will be inundated by a massive tidal wave, and Uncle Bill has to reassure Buffy and Jody that there won't be a disaster.

February 19, 1970: Wouldn't It Be Loverly
Season 4, episode 21
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Charles T. Barton

With Kerry MacLane (George Wetherington III).
Buffy and Jody persuade Uncle Bill to suspend the house rules. They find that doing as they please is great fun, but it has its drawbacks too.

February 26, 1970: The Boys Against The Girls
Season 4, episode 22
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Charles T. Barton

With Miguel Monsalve (Carlos), Francine York (Sherry), Scott Garrett (Tom), Sean Kelly (Randy).
Because the new captain of the Tigers' stickball team is a woman hater, Buffy is fired from the squad.

March 5, 1970: The Old Cowhand
Season 4, episode 23
W: Walter Black   D: Charles T. Barton

With Randy Whipple (Arthur), Bob Steele (Chaps Callahan), Kelly Corcoran (Willie).
A client of Uncle Bill's firm, a former movie idol whose old films are seen on TV, visits the Davis home at Bill's request to teach Jody an object lesson.

March 12, 1970: Angel In The Family
Season 4, episode 24
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Noel Drayton (Mr. Hardcastle), Del Moore (Zachary Hunter), Jill Townsend (Anne Williams), Michael Allinson (Cedric Williams).
French asks Bill to speak to a producer about an old family friend from England who is trying to break into the theater.

March 26, 1970: Family In Paradise (1)
Season 4, episode 25
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Danielle Aubry (Janine), Bernie Gozier (Tupia), Kathy Silva (Ione), Lori Lai (Ling), Maurice Marsac (Henri), Michael Blodgett (Mike West), Napua (Nariana).
The children and French join Uncle Bill in Tahiti, where he is working on a construction project, and all their lives are touched by the dramatic change of scene.

April 2, 1970: Family In Paradise (2)
Season 4, episode 26
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Danielle Aubry (Janine), Bernie Gozier (Tupia), David Henn (Taru), Kathy Silva (Ione), Lori Lai (Ling), Maurice Marsac (Henri), Michael Blodgett (Mike West), Napua (Nariana).
Bill proposes marriage to Janine, an attractive French girl in Tahiti, and the Davis clan must decide whether or not to make a permanent move to the island.





September 17, 1970: The Good Neighbors
Season 5, episode 1
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With David Brandon (Mr. Alcott), Cynthia Niles (Alicia), Susan Crane (Mrs. Alcott), Gene Benton (Mr. Sanderson), Irene Hervey (Mrs. Eldridge), Lou Krugman (Mr. Tobin), Olan Soule (Mr. Maxwell).
Buffy is shocked at the lack of friendliness between the tenants in their apartment building after she and Jody watch how they behave toward each other in the elevator as the fifth season begins.

September 24, 1970: Desert Isle, Manhattan Style
Season 5, episode 2
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Ronne Troup (Helen), Carolyn Stellar (Abby), Rick Gates (Larry).
French phones Uncle Bill in Chicago for permission to visit his cousin in Washington and Bill says it's all right so long as Cissy is there to look after Buffy and Jody.

October 1, 1970: Eastward, Ho!
Season 5, episode 3
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Benson Fong (Eng Ho), Brian Fong (Mike), Irene Tsu (Ming Lee).
Restauranteur Eng Ho tells Uncle Bill that his 18-year-old bride-to-be will arrive in town the next day and Bill insists she stay with his family until the wedding day.

October 8, 1970: Meet Emily
Season 5, episode 4
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Wayne Heffley (Fred), Nancy Walker (Emily Turner).
The cleaning woman in Uncle Bill's office tells him she'd like to find a way out of working nights and he offers her a daytime job helping French around the apartment.

October 15, 1970: The Return Of Maudie
Season 5, episode 5
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Noel Drayton (Mr. Hardcastle), Ida Lupino (Lady Maudie Marshwood), Laurie Main (Mr. Edgemont), Owen Cunningham (Mr. Van Buren), Val Clenard (Announcer).
With the horse Crown and Pickle the favorite in the International Cup Race, its owner comes to New York to watch and to spend time with her dear friend, Mr. French.

October 22, 1970: It Can't Be Five Years
Season 5, episode 6
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Annette Cabot (Miss Thurston), J. Edward McKinley (Senator), Len Hendry (Man), Lizbeth Deen (Elaine), Robert Rhodes (Larry Caldwell).
Instead of coming home where a surprise party awaits him in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the arrival of the kids, Uncle Bill goes direct from his office to catch a flight to Washington on business.

October 29, 1970: Travels With Cissy
Season 5, episode 7
W: Edmund Beloin, Henry Garson   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Greg), Aron Kincaid (Steve Hunter), Walter Brooke (Bob Griffin), Chuck Hicks (Gunslinger), Fred Villani (Director).
Bill takes the family to Hollywood on a business trip to keep Cissy from a too-sudden marriage to Greg, but the plan backfires when she falls for a western movie star.

November 5, 1970: Stamp Of Approval
Season 5, episode 8
W: Brad Radnitz   D: Charles T. Barton

With Lisa Gerritsen (Geraldine Haskins), Lee Meriwether (Claudia Wells).
Jody is distressed because Geraldine won't eat lunch with him at school or pay any attention to him. He wants her to like him so she'll trade a specal stamp for his collection.

November 12, 1970: And Baby Makes Eight
Season 5, episode 9
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Jim Henaghan (Walt Prentiss), Linda Henning (Kathy Prentiss).
A houseguest prematurely gives birth while her husband is away, and the cleaning woman helps Uncle Bill and French through the emergency.

November 19, 1970: Say Uncle
Season 5, episode 10
W: Brad Radnitz   D: Charles T. Barton

With Randy Whipple (Steve), Clint Howard (Tom Richards), John Lawrence (Mr. Richards), Patti Cohoon (Audrey), Tony Campo (Danny).
Jody pits his uncle in a fistfight against the father of a boy who has taunted him.

November 26, 1970: Class Clown
Season 5, episode 11
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Charles T. Barton

With Donald Livingston (Luis), Erin Moran (Mary Ellen), Miguel Monsalve (Salvatore), Joyce Van Patten (Gail Spencer), Patience Cleveland (Miss Harris).
Uncle Bill invites his friend, a nightclub comedienne, for dinner. After she and Jody collaborate on a couple of routines, he decides to become the "class clown".

December 3, 1970: The Unsinkable Mr. French
Season 5, episode 12
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Noel Drayton (Mr. Hardcastle), Henry Hunter (Dr. Terrell), Karl Lukas (Mr. Parker), Marj Dusay (Dana Markham), Heather Angel (Miss Faversham).
In a day of near-disasters, French, while preparing for a big party, twice has his trousers badly ripped, soaks a guest with champagne, accidentally dips his elbow in the frosting of a cake -- and still remains outwardly calm.

December 10, 1970: Wish You Were Here
Season 5, episode 13
W: Blanche Hanalis   D: Charles T. Barton

With Sarah Selby (Mrs. Mallory), Ellen Clark (Mrs. Lacey), Florence Lake (Miss Pringle), Jim Hafferty (Alan Bradley), Jon Lormer (Mr. Bradley), Vaughn Taylor (Mr. Thompson).
Uncle Bill, seeing his wards' memory of their father fading, take Buffy and the rest to their childhood home in Indiana in an effort to rekindle their memories.

December 17, 1970: Feat Of Clay
Season 5, episode 14
W: Joseph Hoffman   D: Charles T. Barton

With Adele Claire (Woman), Carleton Young (Man), Julie Parrish (Nancy Mason).
Jody drops and breaks an odd-looking pre-Colombian figure, a gift to Bill, and after failing to glue it together before his uncle's return to town, he and Buffy make a copy of it out of modeling clay,

December 31, 1970: Heroes Are Born
Season 5, episode 15
W: Stanley Roberts   D: Charles T. Barton

With Donald Livingston (Boy), Randy Whipple (Boy), Larry Pennell (Ken Granger), Leif Garrett (Bobby Granger).
Jody is thrilled when a professional football player invites him to have dinner in his apartment with his nephew.

January 7, 1971: Nobody Here But Us Uncles
Season 5, episode 16
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), Joan Freeman (Donna Berry).
Hearing Cissy talking about marrying Gregg in the distant future, Buffy and Jody begin worrying about leaving Uncle Bill and French alone when they contemplate the same moves.

January 14, 1971: Too Late, Too Soon
Season 5, episode 17
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Peter Duryea (Jim Turner).
After Cissy learns that Gregg is going to the college Mardi Gras with someone else, she's upset until she meets Emily's intern-son and they make plans to attend the event together.

January 21, 1971: The Littlest Exile
Season 5, episode 18
W: Roland Wolpert   D: Charles T. Barton

With Heather Angel (Miss Faversham), Sarita Vara (Elena), Radames Pera (Juan), Charles Lampkin (Superintendent), Joseph Benti (Man), Mike Durkin (Eddie).
Buffy and Jody meet a new boy in the park and are puzzled by his unusual behavior.

January 28, 1971: Put Your Dreams Away
Season 5, episode 19
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles T. Barton

With Gregg Fedderson (Gregg), David Ladd (Russ Brooks).
Romance takes over when Cissy meets a former schoolmate from Indiana who is leaving with the Peace Corps for a village in Chile.

February 4, 1971: The Joiners
Season 5, episode 20
W: Henry Garson, Edmund Beloin   D: Charles T. Barton

With Pamelyn Ferdin (Shirley Dixon), Kathleen Richards (Carol), Scott Garrett (Pete), Tony Fraser (Alan Dixon), William Chalee (Mr. Cooley), Kathy Hilton (Carol).
Buffy longs to join a club for which she is too young, but Uncle Bill persuades the president of the Mod Maidens to waive the rules and let her join.

February 11, 1971: Cinder-Emily
Season 5, episode 21
W: Walter Blank   D: Charles T. Barton

With Peter Duryea (Jim Turner), Nancy Walker (Emily Turner).
Emily Turner informs Cissy she's not going to attend her son's medical school graduation ball because she doesn't have an escort.

February 18, 1971: Goodbye, Mrs. Beasley
Season 5, episode 22
W: Stanley Roberts   D: Charles T. Barton

With Kym Karath (Wynn Carter), Lori Nelson (Dr. Joan Blanton), Georgia Schmidt (Mrs. Beasley).
Buffy bids farewell to her doll after she's persuaded by an older girl that she is too old for such childish things.

February 25, 1971: Buffy's Fair Lady
Season 5, episode 23
W: Burt Styler   D: Charles T. Barton

With Erin Moran (Janet), Victoria Paige Meyerink (Angela Clayton), Teddy Quinn (Kenny), Lori Loughlin (Mary Ann), Sundown Spencer (Howard), Kerry MacLane (Bill).
Buffy attempts to play Pygmalion to the Galatea of her chubby friend, Angela. Under Buffy's direction she starts to change her style and then makes her "debut" at a party.

March 4, 1971: You Can Fight City Hall
Season 5, episode 24
W: Blanche Hanalis   D: Charles T. Barton

With Miguel Monsalve (Rickie Alvarez), John Carter (Councilman Morley), Tony Fraser (Peter), Carlos Romero (Mr. Alvarez).
Buffy, Jody and their new schoolmate Rickie decide to get a bunch of kids together to clean off a trash-covered lot for a play park.


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