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FAMILY AFFAIR
Situation Comedy (1966-1971)
Bill Davis - Brian Keith
Giles French - Sebastian Cabot
Cissy Davis - Kathy Garver
Jody Davis - Johnnie Whitaker
Buffy Davis - Anissa Jones
Miss Faversham, Giles' friend - Heather Angel
Nigel French, Giles' brother - John Williams
Emily Turner, Bill's inept maid - Nancy Walker
Ted Gaynor, Bill's partner - Philip Ober, John Hubbard
Miss Lee, Bill's secretary - Betty Lynn
Scotty, the doorman - Karl Lucas Buffy's doll: Mrs. Beasley

Family Affair was one of those successful family comedies of the 1960's. Bill Davis' carefree existence as a swinging bachelor was just about perfect. A highly paid consulting engineer, he maintained an elegant apartment off Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and had his domestic needs cared for by a very English gentleman's gentleman, Mr. French. Into this life of independence came three young orphans, the 6-year old twins Buffy and Jody and 15-year-old Cissy.

Their parents, Bill's brother and sister-in-law, had died in an accident, and other relatives felt that Bill could best provide for them. Despite initial misgivings, Bill and French became very attached to the children and learned to adjust their lifestyle to make room for the new members of the household. Mr. French, a stickler for neatness and order, had the toughest adjustment to make, he was with the children all the time while Bill was often out of town on assignments.

For a period during the show's first season, co-star Sebastian Cabot was taken ill and was replaced (in nine episodes) by John Wililams. In the story line, Giles French was called away to special service of the Queen of England and his brother Niles arrived at the Davis residence to serve the family during his absence.

Five years after the series' end, Anissa Jones died tragically from an massive accidental drug overdose (PCP, cocaine, quaaludes, barbituates) in August, 1976 in Oceanside, California.

Episode Information

ALBERTINE
Air Date: 12-2-68
Writer: Ernestine Barton
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Alicia Gardner, Joan Vohs, Mike Durkin, Mittie Lawrence, Theodore Miller
Synopsis: A little girl named Albertine charms everyone by bragging about her father, which she doesn't really have.

ALL NEPHEWS ARE CREATED EQUAL
Air Date: 3-27-67
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Martin Horsey, Maurice Dallimore, John Williams
Synopsis: Mr. French gets a visit from his nephew David. French is shocked when David announces that he wants to become a dentist, but the final straw comes when he goes out with Cissy.

ANGLE IN THE FAMILY
Air Date: 3-12-70
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Del Moore, Jill Townsend, Michael Allison
Synopsis: Mr. French tries to help out a friend by letting his daughter see that her decision to be an actress is a big mistake, but the plan fails when Bill gets her a speaking part on Broadway and goes out with her. His friend then comes to town and tells French that he was wrong about his daughter's acting career the whole time.

ARTHUR, THE INVISIBLE BEAR
Air Date: 10-2-67
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Adrienne Marden, Kevin Cooper, Mitzi Hoag, Susan Marie Benjamin
Synopsis: Jody's new imaginary friend is really getting him in trouble and it takes a trip to a psychologist to figure out what is going on.

THE AWARD
Air Date: 5-1-67
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: William D. Russell
Guestst: Oliver McGowan, Templeton Fox
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody want to make an award for Bill for being the best uncle, but they fall allergic to the clay they are making the award with. Bill thinks that the allergies are caused by irregular parenting, but the doctor states that they are allergic to modeling clay.


THE BABY SITTERS
Air Date: 4-1-68
Writer: Rita Lakin
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Allen Jung, Barry Brooks, Bert D. Whatley, Carleton Young, Dennis Olivieri, Dick Winslow, Doris Singleton, James Hong, Walter Sande
Synopsis: Uncle Bill leaves for a trip (and having trouble finding his dentist as well) and Mr. French goes out for the evening, leaving Cissy to watch the twins. Then Cissy leaves to go to a concert (big mistake) and leaves her friend Sharon in charge. Then Sharon comes down with the measles and her mama comes to watch the kids. Then her mama leaves to take care of Sharon and puts her husband and his poker pals on babysitter duty. My lord, what a turn of events, but thankfully Bill and French come home to see all the trouble that Cissy started in the first place.

BALLERINA BUFFY
Air Date: 2-20-67
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: William D. Russell
Guest: Judith Landon, Cindy Eilbacher, Frank Maxwell, John Lawrence, Lili Valenty, John Williams
Synopsis: Buffy gets chosen for a lead in a ballet, which is totally annoying for a mother whose little girl, Melissa, was passed over for a complete stranger. She has reason to suspect foul play when the casting director is Bill's old girlfriend Margo, but she knew nothing about Bill's children until after she had cast the roles. Then Margo tells Buffy that she will be a big success and travel all over the world. Buffy gets the idea that it means right away, so she botches up her role in the production so that she will not be separated from her new family.

THE MRS. BEASLEY STORY
Air Date: 3-25-68
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Aly Wassil, Ivan Bonar, Naji Gabbay, Natalie Masters, Tim Graham
Synopsis: Buffy is disheartened because Mrs. Beasley needs arm surgery.

BEST OF THE BREED
Air Date: 12-25-67
Writer: Ed James
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Gerry Lock, Kym Karath, Larry Thor, Richard Moll, Terry Burnham
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody find a dog, but the landlord lays down the law against dogs. The landlord recants after the dog wins a dog contest.

BEWARE THE OTHER WOMAN
Air Date: 11-21-66
Writer: Elroy Schwartz
Director: James Sheldon
Guest: Rita Gam
Synopsis: When an old flame steps back into Bill's life, the children think that he will get married and send them back to Indiana.

BIRDS, BEES & BUFFY
Air Date: 9-11-67
Writer: Phil Davis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Athena Lorde, Pamelyn Ferdin, Pauline Drake, Randy Whipple, Viola Harris
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody wants to know where babies come from, and a whole bunch of stories confuses not only them, but parents as well. Cissy then tells them the right procedure of how babies are made.

THE BIRTHDAY BOY
Air Date: 11-13-69
Writer: Blance Hanalis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Lori Loughlin, Sundown J. Spencer, Billy McMickle
Synopsis: The twins plan a surprise birthday party for Mr. French.

THE BOYS AGAINST THE GIRLS
Air Date: 2-26-70
Writers: Fred S. Fox & Seaman Jacobs
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Francine York, Miguel Monsalve, Scott Garrett, Sean Kelly
Synopsis: Jody is a victim of peer pressure when he is forced to choose between a stickball team and sticking up for Buffy, who the team ridicules.

BUFFY (Pilot Episode)
Air Date: 9-12-66
Writer: Edmund Hartmann
Director: James Sheldon
Guests: Barbara Perry, Lisa Seagram, Louise Latham, Nora Marlowe, Philip Ober, Sandra Wirth, Shirley O'Hara
Synopsis: The series begins when Bill Davis, a fantastic construction engineer, unexpectedly adopts Buffy, who along with Jody and Cissy, have lost their parents in an accident. Buffy comes first and at first, Bill doesn't like her and wants to send her back to Terre Haute. Buffy gets the feeling that Bill doesn't like her and runs off to hide in the basement. Bill tells her that he likes her and wants her to stay. In the end, when Bill gets ready to leave for a trip, Jody and Cissy come to be with Buffy.

BUTLER METHOD
Air Date: 3-15-67
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Christopher Dark, Lynette Winter, Patrick Moore
Synopsis: Cissy has trouble finding a date for the Sadie Hawkins dance, and asks a boy who throws her a curve because of a broken leg. Thinking that he is lying, she feels miserable. Bill suggests that an actor friend of his who is visiting escort her to the dance, but Cissy turns him down. Then, Cissy sees that Virgil really does has a broken leg, and she is happy that he didn't lie to her.

BY A WHISKER
Air Date: 9-30-68
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: A.G. Vitanza, Butch Patrick, Gerald Edwards, Lindy Davis, Ric Natoli, Russell Shulman
Synopsis: Jody must clip French's whiskers to get into a club.

CANDY STRIPER
Air Date: 3-15-67
Writer: Don Fedderson
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Alice Frost, Audrey Dalton, Debi Storm, Karen Green, Nydia Westman, Sherry Alberoni
Synopsis: Cissy becomes a candy-stripper, but feels emotionally insecure when she unknowingly breaks one of the supervisor's rules when she gives a patient some water. She is doomed to quit but Bill tells her to face up to her mistake and keep her job. It might be all and well for Cissy, but it doesn't work for Buffy when she wants to be a Brownie, but finds out she is not the right age.

CHRISTMAS CAME A LITTLE EARLY
Air Date: 11-11-68
Writer: Elroy Schwartz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Eve Plumb, Ann McCrea, Ivan Bonar, Joan Vohs, Paul Sorenson
Synopsis: Buffy throws an early Christmas party for a sick little girl who might not live to see it.

CIAO, UNCLE BILL
Air Date: 11-11-68
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Brioni Farrell, Gery Edwardes, Ralph Manza
Synopsis: Uncle Bill might have found the right woman to marry in Rome, but calls it off when she doesn't like children.

CISSY'S APARTMENT
Air Date: 10-16-69
Writer: Cy Rose
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Barbara Hunter, Terry Burnham
Synopsis: Cissy's independence is put to the test when she decides to stay in her own apartment with a friend. Her family wil not leave her alone, but when they stop coming, she feels lonesome for them.

CINDER-EMILY
Air Date: 2-11-71
Writer: Walter Blank
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Peter Duryea
Synopsis: Emily wants to go to Jim's graduation ball, but can't because of four reasons: no date, no dance experience, nothing to wear, and fear of embarassing her son. Buffy and Jody help her out, and tries to get Mr. French to take her to the ball. Mr. French decides to take her, but comes down with the flu. Bill cancels a trip to take Emily to the ball.

THE DAY NOTHING HAPPENED
Air Date: 1-29-68
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: James Victor, Ray Kellogg
Synopsis: A Blizzard can be anyone's worst enemy. This lesson is true when everything goes awry for the Davis family in Long Island: French is stranded in the blizzard, kids Building snowmen inside, ruined potential dates.

DESERT ISLE, MANHATTAN STYLE
Air Date: 9-24-70
Writer: Elroy Schwartz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Ronne Troup, Carolyn Stellar, Rick Gates
Synopsis: Uncle Bill leaves Cissy in charge of babysitting the twins, but neglects her duties when Gregg takes her on a plane trip to Dartmouth. Cissy calls for a sitter for the twins and leaves but when the sitter cannot make it, the twins have to stay ll by their lonesome. Especially on the night of a blizzard, which would be totally scary if the phone lines are down and nobody can reach them. Cissy then comes home around dawn. Uncle Bill returns home and Cissy fesses up, even though Buffy and Jody keep quiet.

A DILLER, A DOLLAR
Air Date: 3-3-69
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Elaine Devray, Emma Tyson, Gary Durbin, Joan Vohs, Lisa Gerritsen
Synopsis: Buffy has a chance to skip a grade, but she is failing. Bill thinks that she is failing to stay with Jody, but Buffy is actually in love with a boy in her grade.


EASTWARD, HO!
Air Date: 10-1-70
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Benson Fong, Brian Fong, Irene Tsu
Synopsis: Bill's friend, Eng Ho, is planning an arranged marriage for his daughter, Ming Lee, and wants Bill to give her a place to stay until the wedding. Cissy then makes friends with her and takes her out with her friends. Ming Lee then falls for her escort, which is a bad idea when she is about to be married. Ming Lee decides not to marry, and her father threatend to take her back to Hong Kong. Bill convinces Eng to let Ming Lee stay in America.

EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEBODY
Air Date: 3-13-67
Writers: Seaman Jacobs & Ed James
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Kevin Cooper, Pitt Herbert, Richard Peel, John Williams
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody play matchmaker for Mr. French, but he thinks that they do not want him around because he punished them so severely.

FAMILY IN PARADISE PT. 2
Air Date: 4-2-70
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Bernie Gozier, Danielle Aubry, David Henn, Kathy Silva, Lori Lai, Maurice Marsac, Michael Blodgett, Napua
Synopsis: Bill makes the decision to stay in Tahiti because the kids are happy with their new lives. Cissy is happy with her new boyfriend, but she is hurt when she finds out that he is married! Cissy wants to go back home, and Bill decides that this is the best decision.

THE FAMILY OUTING
Air Date: 3-11-68
Writer: Phil Leslie
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Camping is not such a hot idea for Mr. French, Buffy and Cissy, which spoils the boys' fun.

FAMILY PLAN
Air Date: 12-30-68
Writer:
Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Nancy Kovack
Synopsis: Bill is laid up with a broken leg from a ski accident. The kids and his girlfriend both give him some horrendous care.

FAMILY PORTRAIT
Air Date: 1-1-68
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Ed Deemer, Eddy Bosson, John Milford, Pippa Scott
Synopsis: A girlfriend urges Bill to stay home more.

FAMILY REUNION
Air Date: 1-1-68
Writer: Phil Davis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Bill Zuckert, Jim Henaghan, Louise Latham
Synopsis: Bill and Mr. French visit the kids' old home in Terre Haute where they are faced with a painful decision: Stay with their aunt who makes up stuff about how they are a burden to Bill or go back to New York.

FANCY FREE
Air Date: 1-30-67
Writers: Douglas Tibbles & John McGreevey
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Sterling Holloway, Andrea Sacino, Kipp Hamilton, Roy Roberts, Sterling Holloway, John Williams
Synopsis: The series begins when Bill Davis, a fantastic construction engineer, unexpectedly adopts Buffy, who along with Jody and Cissy, have lost their parents in an accident. Buffy comes first and at first, Bill doesn't like her and wants to send her back to Terre Haute. Buffy gets the feeling that Bill doesn't like her and runs off to hide in the basement. Bill tells her that he likes her and wants her to stay. In the end, when Bill gets ready to leave for a trip, Jody and Cissy come to be with Buffy.

FAT, FAT, THE WATER RAT
Air Date: 10-23-67
Writer: Phil Davis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Jackie Coogan, Lovyss Bradley, Marcia Mae Jones, Sandra Wirth, Sheila Duffy, Todd Baron
Synopsis: Buffy makes friends with a bunch of kids, unbeknownst to her that they hate fancy kids. Mr. French catchers her and forbids her to play with them again. Uncle Bill however supports Buffy's choice and lets her play with her new friends. NOTE: the actors who play Mr. and Mrs Callahan, Marcia Mae Jones and Jackie Coogan, were both child actors in the thirties (Marcia Mae Jones did two movies with Shirley Temple Black Heidi and The Little Princess, and Jackie Coogan starred in Peck's Bad Boy and inspired The Coogan Law.) Later he went on to play Uncle Fester in the origional Adams Family.

FEAT OF CLAY
Air Date: 12-11-70
Writers: Joseph Hoffman
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Adele Claire, Carleton Young, Julie Parrish
Synopsis: Bill's new girlfriend gives him a genuine primitive Colombian artifact, in which Buffy and Jody take to school and to have it broken! They try to put the pieces back together again and uses clay to make an exact copy of the statue. Their handiwork is displayed at the gallery and people are trying to buy it. The kids confess their doings to Bill's girlfriend.

FISH WATCHERS
Air Date: 11-27-67
Writers: Ted Shederman & Jane Klove
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guestst: Gene Benton, Gene Tyburn, Guy Way, Howard Gulver, Jack Lilley, Ray Baxter
Synopsis: Uncle Bill gets the kids involved with tropical fish after the advice of a fellow construction worker.

THE FLIP SIDE
Air Date: 3-24-69
Writer: Roy Kammerman
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Eddie Hodges, Patricia Lee, Thomas Ormenyi, Warren Berlinger
Synopsis: Cissy falls for a singer who writes a song about her, but as he goes off on tour, they lose touch. Cissy goes to one of his concerts to see him again, only her heart is broken when she sees him with another girl.

FLOWER POWER
Air Date: 4-7-69
Writer: Cynthia Lindsay
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Jamie Farr, Diane Roter, Rick Gates, Veronica Cartwright
Synopsis: Cissy wants to be a hippie, much to Bill's chagrin.

FREDDIE
Air Date: 11-27-67
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: William D. Russell
Guest: Diane Brewster, Barbara Collentine, Michael Harris, Susan Benjamin, Willard Sage
Synopsis: Freddie, Bill's old friend from Terre Haute, wishes that she had children after spending time with Buffy and Jody.

THE GIFT HORSE
Air Date: 9-26-66
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: William D. Russell
Guest: Paul Hartman
Synopsis: The twins buy Bill a brokekn down horse as a present.

THE GIRL GRADUATE
Air Date: 1-1-70
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Nina Shipman
Synopsis: Graduate Cissy plans to stay out all night.

GO HOME, MR. FRENCH
Air Date: 9-25-67
Writers: Fred S. Fox & Seaman Jacobs
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Anna Lee, Cathleen Cordell, Riley Mills Nicci-Ann Frank, Merri Wood Taylor, Patrick Knowles
Synopsis: Mr. French's romance with an old flame puts his job in jeopardy when he thinks about working with his old love in another house.

GOOD NEIGHBORS
Air Date: 9-17-70
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Cynthia Niles, David Brandon, Susan Crane, Gene Benton, Irene Hervey, Lou Krugman, Olan Soule
Synopsis: Tired of the unfriendliness from all of the tenants in the building, Buffy and Jody decide to throw a party for all of the neighbors. Then the neighbors get stuck in an elevator and they work together to fix the problem.

GOODBYE HAROLD
Air Date: 12-25-69
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Charles T. Barton, Cynthia Niles, Ralph Slane, Sofia Marie
Synopsis: Buffy's hamster runs away in the park.

GOODBYE, MRS. BEASLEY
Air Date: 2-18-71
Writer: Stanley Roberts
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Kym Karath, Lori Nelson, Georgia Schmidt
Synopsis: Buffy meets a real, live Mrs. Beasley, an old lady who owns a toy store, when a friend forces her to give up her doll, Mrs. Beasley.

GRANDPA, SIR
Air Date: 1-8-70
Writer: Brad Radnitz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Kelly Corcoran, Paul Fix, Victoria Paige Meyerink
Synopsis: The siblings' long-absent grandfather pays a visit.

THE GREAT KOW TOW
Air Date: 1-15-68
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Benson Fong, Beulah Quo, Keye Luke, Lisa Lu
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody go Chinese when they are "adopted" by a elderly Chinese man.

HARD HAT JODY
Air Date: 1-2-67
Writers: Ted Shederman & Jane Klove
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Brian Donlevy, Dale Ishimoto, William Boyett
Synopsis: Jody's allusion about being a constuction worker leads him to "gaining" a job with a constuction worker who Bill is trying to get a job with.

A HELPING HAND
Air Date: 2-6-67
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Carleton Young, June Vincent, Myrna Loy, John Williams,
Synopsis: A lesson to be learned in this episode: Helping people is good, but it only goes but so far. The family learns this the hard way. Mr. French helps out a maid who is very bad with housekeeping by covering up her mistakes, and this charade goes on until she is hired by a guest who is throwing a party. Eventually, she gets fired and she gets on Mr. French. Bill does the same thing when he takes over the twins' school project, and he gets credit. Cissy tells them all about how important it is to get involved in the family because they had none when they were in Terre Haute.


HIS AND HERS
Air Date: 2-26-68
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Coleen Gray, George Winters, Kay Cole, Martine Fraser, Mickey Sholdar, Tony Fraser
Synopsis: Bill and the family meet their potential counterparts when he meets a woman named Margaret and her kids. The kids think that it's real cool to have kids that are like them at first, but they find out that they are too much alike and do not get along with them.

A HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY
Air Date: 2-5-68
Writer: Ed James
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Debi Storm, Marcia Lynn Borden, Mauritz Hugo, Patrick Moore, Walter Reed
Synopsis: Bill wants to move to a house in the suburbs, but the kids persuade him to stay where he is.


THE INHERITANCE
Air Date: 2-5-70
Writer: Elroy Schwartz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Booth Colman, Erica Petal, Guy Edwardes, Lou Krugman, Victoria Paige Meyerink, William Boyett
Synopsis: The twins get a small inheritance.


JODY AND CISSY
Air Date: 9-19-66
Writers: Edmund Hartmann & Henry Garson
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: James Victor, Noel Drayton, Betty Lyn
Synopsis: Cissy joins the family and Mr. French thinks that he is not wanted anymore. Mr. French changes his mind after Buffy puts her doll in his suitcase and decides to stay after all.

THE JODY AFFAIR
Air Date: 10-23-69
Writer: Roland Wolpert
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Donald Livingston, Eric Lee, Maura McGiveney, Miguel Monsalve, Pitt Herbert, Teddy Quinn
Synopsis: While Jody is playing with his friends at school, a window gets broken and Jody is blamed for it. When Jody is suspended, Bill considers taking him to a private school. He reconsiders when one of Jody's friends confesses to breaking the window.

THE JOINERS
Air Date: 2-4-71
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Pamelyn Ferdin, Kathleen Richards, Scott Garrett, Tony Fraser, William Chalee
Synopsis: Buffy wants to join a clique, but is dropped because she is younger by one year. Bill makes a deal with Shirley, the leader, that if he builds them a clubhouse, Buffy can join the club. After the clubhouse is built, Buffy is now a member, but Cissy wants her to run for secretary. The current secretary, Carol, wants to know why Buffy is in the club and Shirley tells her the truth and Buffy is out of the club.


THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
Air Date: 1-29-70
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Audree Norton, Diana Holly, Donald Livingston, Jeanne Bates, Lee Casey, Margarita Cordova
Synopsis: Bill asks a doctor to help Buffy's pal who is disabled.

LATCH KEY KID
Air Date: 9-23-68
Writers: Peggy Chantler Dick & Douglas Dick
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Eve Brent, Susan Benjamin
Synopsis: Buffy meets a girl named lana who lives along wheile her mother goes out all the time. Buffy considers being just like Lana, until she comes over and confesses that Buffy has a good life.

A LESSON FOR GROWN-UPS
Air Date: 1-20-69
Writers: Elroy Schwartz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Davis Robert, Horace McMahon, Ila Britton, John Alvin, Maura McGiveney, William Boyett
Synopsis: The siblings take action to solve a financial crisis.


THE LITTLEST EXILE
Air Date: 1-21-71
Writer: Roland Wolpert
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Sarita Vara, Radames Pera, Charles Lampkin, Joseph Benti, Mike Durkin
Synopsis: The Davis family meets Elena and a little boy named Johnnie, who is running away from military agents who want to take him back to his father in a military-torn country.

LOST IN SPAIN PT. 1
Air Date: 2-10-69
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Alberto Morin, Anna Navarro, Jay Novello, John Aladdin, Maria Grimm, Roberto Iglesias, Saverio LoMedico, Tina Menard
Synopsis: A fantastic family trip in Spain goes absolutely wrong when Mr. French and the twins get lost.


LOST IN SPAIN PT. 2
Air Date: 2-17-69
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Anna Navarro, Gil Galvano, Jay Novello, John Aladdin, Pilar Del Rey, Rico Alaniz, Ruben Moreno, Valentin de Vargas, Socrates Ballis
Synopsis: While Mr. French desperately searches for Buffy and Jody, the twins are going into unknown parts of Spain where they are picked up by a nun and a bunch of schoolchildren.


LOST IN SPAIN PT. 3
Air Date: 2-24-69
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Anna Navarro, George J. Lewis, Jay Novello, John Aladdin, Jose Haas, Julian Rivero, Nacho Galindo, Rosa Turich, Tom Hernandez
Synopsis: The Civil Guards are putting an APB out on the twins. Buffy and Jody are spotted by Carlos and Maria and are afraid to ell the guards. So They take care of them and take them to a church, where thankfully, Bill and his friends find them.

LOVE ME, LOVE ME NOT
Air Date: 12-5-66
Writer: Peggy Chantler Dick
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Ricky Cordell, Romo Vincent
Synopsis: When Jody sees a friend getting spanked by his father, his father tells him that he punishes him out of love. So Jody takes it upon himself to earn a spanking from Uncle Bill to see if he loves him enough to enforce physical punishment.

A MAN'S PLACE
Air Date: 1-8-68
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Ann Sothern, Kaye Elhardt, Laurie Main, Leslie Randall, Ralph Manza
Synopsis: A new romance that Mr. French has puts him in the position to make him think that his current life as a butler is not good enough for his date.


MARMALADE
Air Date: 10-10-66
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Kathryn Minner, Lou Krugman, Mary Murphy, Nora Marlowe, Pauline Drake, Peggy Rea, Ray Ballard, Woodrow Parfrey
Synopsis: Mr. French is chosen for an ad for marmalade and is a huge promotional success, until he tastes the marmalade that he is hawking.

MAROONED
Air Date: 1-15-70
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Mark Tapscott, William Boyett
Synopsis: Mr. French and the twins are snowbound in Vermont.

A MATTER FOR EXPERTS
Air Date: 11-14-66
Writers: Joseph Hoffman & John McGreevey
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Jean Engstrom, Kym Karath, Randy Whipple, Sarah Selby, Susan Davis
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody have been spending a lot a time with each other at school, and it is a major concern for the vice principal and a child psychologist who states that Buffy and Jody need to make friends and join in with other children.


A MATTER OF CHOICE
Air Date: 12-9-68
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Jane Webb, Randy Whipple, Sundown Spencer, Susan Abbott
Synopsis: Bill worries about modern influences on the siblings.


MATTER OF DIGNITY
Air Date: 3-31-69
Writers: Peggy Chantler Dick, John McGreevey & Douglas Dick
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Annette Cabot, David Montresor, Gary Tigerman, Irene Tedrow
Synopsis: Poison-pen letters implicate Mr. French in a scandal.

A MATTER OF PRIVACY
Air Date: 2-3-69
Writer: Burt Styler
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Bobby Riha, Larry Thor, Richard O'Brien, Russ Caldwell, William Boyett
Synopsis: The twins learn how to eavesdrop with a tape recorder.


THE MATTER OF SCHOOL
Air Date: 10-3-66
Writer: Henry Garson
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Paul Hartman, Aly Wassil, Eugene Martin, Gertrude Graner, Liza Garson, Naji Gabbay, Reginald Lal Singh, Sarah Selby, Tony Campo
Synopsis: Cissy wants to go to a public school, but she overhears Bill considering to send her to a boarding school and thinks that Bill doesn't want her home. Cissy goes to Bryerfield and Bill promises her an evening on the town when she comes home for the weekend. Bill unknowingly breaks his promise and Buffy and Jody hitch to Connecticut to see her. Bill then notices his error and brings Cissy home.


A MATTER OF TONSILS
Air Date: 2-12-68
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Oliver McGowan, Carol Nugent
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody have to have their tonsils out.


MEET EMILY
Air Date: 10-8-70
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Wayne Heffley
Synopsis: When Mr. French gets too strict with the kids, Bill decides that he needs to loosen up. Bill hires Emily Turner to help Mr. French out, and she is won over by the kids because of her openness and free will. Mr. French hates Emily because of her attitude and decides that the apartment isn't big enough for two domestics. Mr. French then realizes that Emily is a great asset and they decide to work together.

MEMBER OF THE FAMILY
Air Date: 2-12-68
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Joan Vohs
Synopsis: Mr. French thinks he is left out of Cissy's drawings for school.

MOTHER TONGUE
Air Date: 2-27-67
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Lisa Fong, May Lee, Noel Toy, Richard Loo, John Williams
Synopsis: Buffy's doll, Mrs. Beasley, gets knocked out of the apartment terrace by accident and Buffy goes up at arms about the whole thing. She fnds out that a little girl owns a doll that looks just like her lost Mrs. Beasley, and realizes that it is not her doll. Suddenly, the real Mrs. Beasley doll is found in a trash bin.

MR. FRENCH'S HOLIDAY
Air Date: 3-18-68
Writer: Lois Hire
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Adele Claire, Danny Llorens, Dennis Cross, Diane Mountford
Synopsis: Mr. French has a nice vacation planned for himself, but the kids come along and makes his vacation more enjoyable, whether he likes it or not.

MR. OSAKI'S TREE
Air Date: 1-22-70
Writer: Blanche Hanalis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Teru Shimada
Synopsis: A bonsai tree given to Jody begins to die.

MRS. BEASLEY WHERE ARE YOU
Air Date: 10-24-66
Writers: John McGreevey & Phil Davis
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Andy Albin, Ann McCrea, Cathleen Cordell, Frank Maxwell, Joan Vohs, Pamelyn Ferdin, Pauline Drake
Synopsis: Buffy's doll, Mrs. Beasley, gets knocked out of the apartment terrace by accident and Buffy goes up at arms about the whole thing. She fnds out that a little girl owns a doll that looks just like her lost Mrs. Beasley, and realizes that it is not her doll. Suddenly, the real Mrs. Beasley doll is found in a trash bin.

MY MAN, THE STAR
Air Date: 4-14-69
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Anne Travis, Del Moore, Dick Patterson, Joe Flynn, Margaret Muse
Synopsis: Mr. French gets a role as King Henry VIII in a film production, only to have him look really stupid.

A NANNY FOR ALL SEASONS
Air Date: 12-23-68
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Merri Wood Taylor, Nora Marlowe
Synopsis: French contemplates marriage to raise his professional esteem.


THE NEW CISSY
Air Date: 3-4-68
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Charles Herbert, Danielle Aubry, Diane Mountford, Gary Miller, Jackie Russell, Jennifer Lea, Lynn Borden, Maurine Dawson, Patrick Thomas, Susan Abbott
Synopsis: Cissy is sad because she is not getting any attention from boys, except one named Wendell who she thinks is dull by comparison. So she has a complete and total makeover and she is an instant sex symbol! The boys are so enamored by her, except for Wendell who liked her as she was before. Cissy realizes that Wendell liked her the whole time for just being herself.

NO UNCLE IS AN ISLAND
Air Date: 9-25-69
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Billy McMickle, Herbert Anderson, Marilyn Hare, Mary Jane Mangler, Nancy Hale, Pamelyn Ferdin, Peter Leeds, Scutter McKay, Victoria Carroll, Wayne Heffley
Synopsis: After Bill returns from a vacation, the kids decide to let him just kick back and relax, but constant interruptions make that totally impossible.

NOBODY HERE BUT US UNCLES
Air Date: 1-7-71
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Joan Freeman
Synopsis: The siblings try to pair Bill with their teacher.

NUMBER ONE BOY
Air Date: 12-4-69
Writer: William H. Wright
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Benson Fong, Frances Fong, James Hong
Synopsis: Bill's valet from Hong Kong usurps French's place.

OH, TO BE IN ENGLAND
Air Date: 1-27-69
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Alan Nepler, Barbara Babcock, Emile Genest, John Holland
Synopsis: Uncle French looks forward to returning to England, a year in England which doesn't include Bill.

THE OLD COWHAND
Air Date: 3-5-70
Writer: Walter Black
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Bob Steele, Kelly Corcoran, Randy Whipple
Synopsis: Jody meets his favorite movie western hero, Chaps Callahan, and makes friends with him. Jody decides to introduce Chap to his friends, and finds out that he is not the same as he was in his movies. Jody is disheartened because Chap is not who he used to be, and Chap reassures him that he is the same person, just older.

ONCE IN LOVE WITH BUFFY
Air Date: 2-13-67
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Bill Zuckert, Louise Latham, John Williams
Synopsis: Aunt Fran's back and she wants the kids to come back with her. She believes that Bill will not be a suitable person for the kids. Of course, Fran thinks that this fact is confirmed when Buffy thinks that Bill doesn't want them there. When the family gets ready to leave, Buffy sees the light and changes her mind.


ONE FOR THE LITTLE BOY
Air Date: 1-23-67
Writers: Irma Kalish & Austin Kalish
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: David Brandon, Edna Eustace Helton, Katey Barrett
Synopsis: Bill plans to do some serious bonding with Jody by taking him on a business trip, but Murphy's Law plagues the trip. But Jody states that just being with Bill is exciting enough. NOTE: Sebastian Cabot was ill for a few episodes and John Williams takes his place as his brother Nigel French.

OTHER CHEEK
Air Date: 10-9-67
Writer: Elroy Schwartz
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Claire Wilcox, Kathleen O'Malley, Kellie Flanagan, Sean McClory
Synopsis: A girl picks on Jody, who doesn't dare hit her back.

OUR FRIEND STANLEY
Air Date: 12-4-67
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Gary Dubbin, Ila Britton, John Lupton, Michael Freeman, Sally Forrest
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody make friends with a disabled boy named Stanley, much to the dismay of his overprotective mother.

THE PRIZE
Air Date: 4-10-67
Writers: Henry Garson & Edmund Beloin
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Annette Cabot, Jennifer Lea, Olan Soule, Paul Kent, Robert Broyles, William Kendiss, John Williams
Synopsis: The twins win a baby lamb in a cereal contest, which is not a good thing if your neighbors are trying to sleep. NOTE: Sebastian Cabot returns in this episode.


PUT YOUR DREAMS AWAY
Air Date: 1-28-71
Writer: John McGreevey
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: David Ladd
Synopsis: Cissy meets up with her old friend Russ Brooks, who is joining the Peace Corps in Chile. Cissy wants to join Russ, but Bill tries to discourage her decision. Russ and Cissy decide to run off to Chile and get married, but Cissy backs out when she finds out the risks involved.

THE RETURN OF MAUDIE
Air Date: 10-15-70
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: AIda Lupino, Laurie Main, Owen Cunningham, Val Clennard
Synopsis: French knows Maudie, a nobelwoman, as a former barmaid.

ROOM WITH A VIEWPOINT
Air Date: 10-17-66
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Kathleen Crowley, Wayne Collier
Synopsis: Buffy gets jealous when Cissy get her own telephone, doesn't like the new changes in her and Cissy's bedroom and refuses to ever step foot in it.

SAY UNCLE
Air Date: 11-19-70
Writer: Brad Radnitz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Clint Howard, John Lawrence, Patti Cahoon, Randy Whipple, Tony Campo,
Synopsis: Bill refuses to fight Jody's classmate's father.

SOMEBODY UPSTAIRS
Air Date: 12-11-67
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Ernestine Wade, Ernestine Wade
Synopsis: Cissy and Buffy are starstruck when they meet a Broadway star living in the building.

SPEAK FOR YOURSELF MR. FRENCH
Air Date: 3-17-69
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Leslie Parrish, Leslie Randall
Synopsis: A young woman pursues Mr. French, and they fall for each other.

STAMP OF APPROVAL
Air Date: 11-5-70
Writer: Brad Radnitz
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Lisa Gerritsen, Lee Meriwether
Synopsis: Jody falls for a girl named Geraldine only because he wants her stamp. Bill falls for a woman to get a job with her foundation. Jody then talks about stamp collecting and Geraldine becomes friends with him and gives him the stamp that he was after. Jody then gives the stamp back to her because he's more interested in her. The woman doesn't give Bill a job, but they become friends.

STARDUST
Air Date: 12-18-67
Writer: Roy Kammerman
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Charles A. Giorgi, Elyn Eby-Rock, Grace Lenard, Gwen Watts Jones, John Howard, Martha Hyer, Nora Marlowe, Ray Ballard
Synopsis: Bill is starstruck now, with a famous actress that wants to give up the business and settle down with him.

THE STOAWAY
Air Date: 11-20-69
Writer: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish n
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Bert D. Whatley, Kaye Elhardt, Michael-James Wixted, Sarah Selby
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody discover a runaway orphan and decides to keep him without Mr. French knowing about it.


TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME
Air Date: 11-13-67
Writer: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Bob DoQui, David Brandon, Johnny Silver, Miguel Monsalve, Rudy Battaglia, Stephen Liss
Synopsis: Jody tries his hardest to be on a local stickball team, only to be beaten out by Buffy, who happens to be a great player as well.

TAKE TWO ASPIRIN
Air Date: 11-28-66
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: William D. Russell
Guest: Norman Alden
Synopsis: Bill gets a chance to work with a friend in Mexico on a job, but his trip is cut short when Mr. French comes down with the flu and difficultt in keeping touch with the family.

A TALE OF TWO TRAVELS
Air Date: 12-11-69
Writer: Rocci Chatfield
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Diane Mountford, Larry J. Blake, Rick Kelman
Synopsis: Cissy stays with a friend while the rest of the family goes to Boston. Subsequently, no one has a good time.

THERE GOES NEW YORK
Air Date: 2-12-70
Writer: Burt Styler
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Erin Moran, Byron Morrow, David Brandon, Ellen Clark, Randy Whipple, Sara Sue
Synopsis: A tidal wave is predicted for New York and the kids get scared.

THINK DEEP
Air Date: 12-26-66
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Robert Reed, Diane Mountford
Synopsis: Cissy worships a teacher named Julian Hill and spouts his theories all through the household. Bill invites the teacher to dinner and Cissy sees that he is not the man that she worships so dearly when he goes off on Buffy and Jody for an innocent spill.

THE THURSDAY MAN
Air Date: 12-12-66
Writer: Edmund Hartmann
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Ila Britton, Eugene Martin, Kathryn Givney, Richard Peel, Lillian Adams
Synopsis: Cissy learns a lesson in snooping when she is to do a paper on Mr. French and finds a shocking secret about him.

TOO LATE, TOO SOON
Air Date: 1-14-71
Writer: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Peter Duryea
Synopsis: Emily playes matchmaker to Mr. French and Miss Faversham, and a matchbreaker to her son Jim and Cissy. Bill thinks that Emily believes that Jim is not good enough for Cissy.

THE TOY BOX
Air Date: 11-6-67
Writer: Arthur Marx
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Cay Forester, Dennis Olivieri, Susan Swetman
Synopsis: Uncle Bill enforces an iron-clad confiscation order of toys constantly being left on the floor by the kids and they can never get them back. It hits a little too close when Buffy's beloved Mrs. Beasley is in danger of being taken away from her.

UNCLE PRINCE CHARMING
Air Date: 10-9-69
Writer: Rita Lakin
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Darleen Carr, Allan Gruener, Katherine MacLeod, Peter Adams
Synopsis: Cissy's friend falls for Uncle Bill.

THE UNSINKABLE MR. FRENCH
Air Date: 12-3-70
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Henry Hunter, Karl Lukas, Marj Dusay
Synopsis: Events conspire to make French lose his cool.

UNSOUND OF MUSIC
Air Date: 11-18-68
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Joan Vohs, Kaye Stevens, Trene Hervey
Synopsis: A nightclub singer coaches tone-deaf Buffy.

A WALTZ FROM VIENNA
Air Date: 10-7-68
Writers: Hannibal Coons & Charles Marion
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Annette Cabot, Charlotte Boorner, Eva Soreny, Hank Jones, Ian Arvan, Ila Britton, Karl Bruck, Mark de Vries
Synopsis: Cissy is asked by a boy in Vienna to be his bride. Cissy likes the idea at first, but reality comes in and snaps some sense into her.


THE WAY IT WAS
Air Date: 3-20-67
Writer: George Tibbles
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Anabel Garth, Julie Parrish, Buck Young, Lynn Borden, John Williams
Synopsis: Bill sends the kids away for a week-long trip at camp because they are driving him up the wall. He then starts to miss them when he goes back to his bachelor life.

WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WEST, UNCLE?
Air Date: 4-12-67
Writer: Joseph Hoffman
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: John Agar
Synopsis: Bill takes the twins to the rodeo where he meets his old friend Gabe, whom he invites to stay with them. The twins are mesmerized at the thought of meeting a real live cowboy, and Gabe takes them under his wing. Of course, Bill thinks that they like Gabe more than they like him. But the twins tell him that Bill will always come first in their lives.

WHAT'S FUNNY ABOUT A BROKEN LEG
Air Date: 11-6-69
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Brian Forster, Donald Livingston, Jennifer Raine, Laurie Main, Oliver McGowan, Richard Bull, Scott Garrett
Synopsis: Buffy gets a broken leg and the family tries to cheer her up, but to no avail.

WHO'S AFRAID OF NURAL SHPENI?
Air Date: 11-7-66
Writer: Cynthia Lindsay
Director: William D. Russell
Guests: Henry Corden, Abraham Sofaer, Kay Koury, Magda Harout, Nestor Paiva, Peter Mamakos, Vic Tayback
Synopsis: Mr. French gets Lebanese cooking lessons from a Middle Eastern restaurant owner named Nural Shpeni, and her family forces Mr. French to marry her, whether he wants to or not.

THE WINGS OF AN ANGEL
Air Date: 10-2-69
Writer: Roswell Rogers
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Dana Andrews, Randy Whipple, Scott Garrett
Synopsis: An ex-convict ask Bill for help finding a job.

WITH THIS RING
Air Date: 10-30-69
Writers: Edmund Beloin & Henry Garson
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Page Forsythe, Tom Lowell
Synopsis: Cissy and Gregg decide to get engaged.

WOULDN'T IT BE LOVELY
Air Date: 2-19-70
Writer: Robert Pirosh
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guest: Kerry MacLane
Synopsis: Buffy and Jody meets a kid named George whose parents let him do whatever he pleases. The twins wanna be treated that way, too, but Uncle Bill teaches them a lesson in early independence they will never forget.

YOU CAN FIGHT CITY HALL (Final Episode)
Air Date: 3-14-71
Writer: Blanche Hanalis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: John Carter, Tony Fraser, Miguel Monsalve, Carlos Romero
Synopsis: Buffy, Jody and their friend Ricky find a vacant lot where they can play, until the city decides to put a parking lot on that space. With help from Bill, they find a way of killing two birds with one stone: build the parking lot with a park at the top so the kids can play.

YOU LIKE BUFFY BETTER
Air Date: 11-20-67
Writers: Hannibal Coons & Harry Winkler
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Charlotte Atkins, Del Moore, Gregg Fedderson, Katey Barrett, Kellie Flanagan, Olga Kaya
Synopsis: Cissy thinks that Buffy is being ignored by Bill because he favors Jody. Bill then decides to spend all of his time with Buffy, but then, this starts to be a problem for Cissy and Jody.

THE YOUNG MAN FROM BOLIVA
Air Date: 3-10-69
Writers: Austin Kalish & Irma Kalish
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Carlos Romero, Lisa Gerritsen, Miguel Monsalve, Randy Whipple
Synopsis: Jody is jealous of attention paid to his Bolivian pen pal.

YOUR FRIEND, JODY
Air Date: 10-14-68
Writer: Phil Davis
Director: Charles T. Barton
Guests: Archie L. Moore, Ezekiel Williams, John Lawrence, Buck Young, Michael Barbera, Ricky Cordell, Robert Broyles
Synopsis: A boxer advises Bill to send Jody to a boys camp.

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