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Occasional Wife An Affair to Forget (1966–1967) Online
Original Title :
An Affair to Forget
Genre :
TV Episode / Comedy
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Directror :
Paul Junger Witt
Cast :
Michael Callan,Patricia Harty,Jack Collins
Writer :
Lawrence J. Cohen,Fred Freeman
Type :
TV Episode
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Occasional Wife An Affair to Forget (1966–1967) Online

Greta's boyfriend Bernie and his sister Bernice begin to suspect that Greta is having an affair with Mr. Brahms. {locallinks-homepage}
Episode cast overview:
Michael Callan Michael Callan - Peter Christopher
Patricia Harty Patricia Harty - Greta Patterson
Jack Collins Jack Collins - Mr. Brahms
Joan Tompkins Joan Tompkins - Mrs. Brahms
Bryan O'Byrne Bryan O'Byrne - Man-in-the-Middle
Eunice Christopher Eunice Christopher - Bernice Kramer
Diana Chesney Diana Chesney - Cleaning Lady
Inga Neilsen Inga Neilsen - Dolores
Mason Curry Mason Curry - Party Guest
Murray Alper Murray Alper - House Detective
Stuart Margolin Stuart Margolin - Bernie

The title is based on the classic romantic movie An Affair to Remember (1957).

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Greta has forgotten a planned dinner with Peter's (Michael Callan) mother. As they are leaving, Greta's boyfriend Bernie (Stuart Margolin) arrives dressed as Merlin the Magician for a costume party she has also forgotten about. Greta has him go to the party with another woman and Peter brings the sexy cavewoman-dressed Delores (Inga Neilsen). After the party Bernie realizes Greta is the only woman for him and returns to her apartment to ask her hand in marriage. Peter tries to squander the notion and tells him that Greta is going with another man. Bernie is depressed and turns to his sister Bernice (Eunice Christopher) who talks him into fighting for her. They see Greta as she's helping Peter's boss Mr. Brahms (Jack Collins) shop for his wife and Bernice insists that he is the other man. Bernice and Bernie begin to follow them, becoming increasingly suspicious.