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  Episode 165 ITCHING FOR TROUBLE
 
  Jack meets an old flame at the park who is seeking advice about her jealous husband. Furley joins them, and they all get poison oak. Later, at Jack's house, Furley tells the husband they were all in the bushes together.
 
 
 
Cast:
John RitterJack Tripper
Joyce DewittJanet Wood
Priscilla BarnesTerri Alden
Richard KlineLarry
Don KnottsRalph Furley
Don SparksFrancis Kirk
Greta BlackburnRobyn Kirk
 
Executive Producers:Michael Ross
Bernie West
George Burditt
 
Produced By:Martin Rips
Joseph Staretski
George Sunga
 
Directed By:Dave Powers
 
Written By:Sandy Krinski
 
Executives in Charge:
of Production:
Ted Bergman
Donald Taffner
 
 
  Synopsis: A high school crush of Jack's, Robyn, moves to town and asks Jack to meet her at Will Rogers State Park. Jack is deflated to find out that Robyn is only seeking marital advice concerning her overly jealous husband, Francis, who was the bully of Jack's high school. When Jack hears a noise which he thinks is the jealous hulk, he pulls Robyn into the bushes with him. It turns out to be Furley, who, thinking they are bird— watching, joins them. Later Robyn comes over to Jack's only to discover Francis is in the kitchen. Robyn hides, and Francis ends up inviting them all over to his place for a barbeque. It turns out that Robyn, Jack and Furley have gotten poison oak. Jack tries to hide his itch from the suspicious Francis, but Furley blows it by saying they were all in the bushes together. The girls save Jack's neck by pretending Jack is their lover and berating him. Francis and Robyn are happily reunited when Francis sees how silly the girls' jealousy is.
 
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