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Green Acres
...Episode Fourteen

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THE STORY
Lisa is devastated to find that Hooterville has no beauty salon. She addresses the members of The Ladies Every Other Wednesday Afternoon Discussion Club and is nominated the chairperson in charge of getting one. Oliver's mother blackmails her hairstylist, Claude, of the Ritz Plaza, to open a shop in Hooterville by mentioning a single word..."Scranton."

None of the businesses will let Lisa use their locations for a salon, so Lisa sweet talks Floyd, the conductor, into letting the ladies use the Cannonball. The women of Hooterville become "beautiful," but then refuse to do any of their chores. An angry (male) mob goes to tar and feather Mr. Douglas for helping to turn their wives into "city women," but Lisa makes a speech reminding the men that they should appreciate their wives more.
 
THE PICTURES

Claude hooks Mrs. Ziffel up to a "permanent wave machine"


 
 
TRIVIA
Hank Kimbell's mother's name is Sarah

Alice, the chicken's children are named Shirley, Dorothy, Maryanne, Yvonne, and Marvin

The last time Fred Ziffel told his wife Doris that she was beautiful was 1929
 
 
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