History Recap / TheBradyBunchS1E9SorryRightNumber

13th Jul '17 9:23:34 AM Briguy52748
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he was going to call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be late night, 2.30 AM to be exact, in London. The best time for such call would be morning - between 8 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 4 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:47:53 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he was going to call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be late night, 2.30 AM to be exact, in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he was going to call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be late night, 2.30 AM to be exact, in London. The best time for such call would have been early be morning - between 9 8 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 4 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:46:53 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he was going to call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime - 2.30 in the morning in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he was going to call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime - late night, 2.30 in the morning AM to be exact, in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:46:25 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he'll call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime - 2.30 in the morning in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that Mike said he'll he was going to call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime - 2.30 in the morning in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:45:59 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's late afternoon or evening - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's late afternoon or evening - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date said he'll call Mr. Crawford at 6.30 PM - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime - 2.30 in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM the morning in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:26:24 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's nighttime - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's nighttime late afternoon or evening - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be nighttime in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:23:32 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's nighttime - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be either nighttime or early morning in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's nighttime - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be either nighttime or early morning in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.
17th Nov '16 4:22:16 PM Brady515
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* CriticalResearchFailure: When Mike calls Mr. Crawford from the payphone, he is told by his secretary that Mr. Crawford is taking a call from London. Assuming we're talking about London, England, and that it's nighttime - as Mike has just came home from work; and Sam had just shown up to take Alice on a date - for London is 8 hours ahead of Los Angeles, it would be either nighttime or early morning in London. If Mike arrived home at 5 PM, it would be 1 AM in London. The best time for such call would have been early morning - between 9 AM to 12 PM, when in London it would be between 5 to 8 PM.
16th Aug '16 12:53:15 PM Brady515
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In an episode that was a show of the times (nobody even uses payphones, much less has them in their home as their primary phone), the road that eventually leads to Mike installing a payphone in the house begins when he gets a phone bill that is unusually high ... and that's because the kids are always using the phone to make what turn out to be toll calls to friends to talk about nothing in particular. Mike eventually exhausts all his options, and it is Alice who brings home the wild idea of installing a payphone after crying on new boyfriend Sam's shoulder about the whole situation. (Sam had also had problems with customers wanting to make calls on his business phone, leading him to install a payphone.)

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In an episode that was a show of the times (nobody even uses payphones, much less has them in their home as their primary phone), the road that eventually leads to Mike installing a payphone in the house begins when he gets installs a second phone bill in the living room, seeing that is unusually high ... he now has a new wife, and that's six - not three - kids, and his phone in the den is to be used by the kids only in case of emergencies. However, when he has to make a business call, and can't use either phone, because the kids are always using both phones, and Greg and Peter, in particular, are using the phone in the den for non-emergencies, he banishes the kids from using the den phone at all. However, it creates a problem, as now the kids are queuing to make what turn out use the living room phone.

But the worse is
to be toll calls to friends to talk about nothing in particular. come yet - when Mike eventually exhausts receives a huge phone bill, having exhausted all his options, and it is options. Luckily, Alice who brings home the wild idea of installing a payphone after crying on new boyfriend Sam's shoulder about the whole situation. (Sam had also had problems with customers wanting to make calls on his business phone, leading him to install a payphone.)



Mike has been trying to complete drawings for a mutli-million dollar project for a national company and needs to honor a telephone appointment to set up a meeting time with Mr. Crawford, its CEO, to discuss the details and confirm the contract. With all the other phones in the house in use (by Carol, trying to talk to her gabby friend, and Alice), Mike has no choice but to use the payphone in the family room to call Mr. Crawford. Just as Mike is about to confirm the appointment, the operator cuts in, asking for more money. Mike scrambles to find a dime in his pocket but is eventually cut off. Sam comes to the rescue with another dime and Mike is able to make a new call ... but then it could be too late, anyway, because the irritated Mr. Crawford now is not sure about Mike's abilities or the stability of his firm, and is even more annoyed when he thinks Mike is so cheap he can't afford a regular landline. Mr. Crawford is about to hang up when Mike finally blurts out the reason the phone was in his house. Mr. Crawford is suddenly intrigued and agrees to meet with Mike.

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Mike has been trying to complete drawings for a mutli-million multi-million dollar project for a national company and needs to honor a telephone appointment to set up a meeting time with Mr. Crawford, its CEO, to discuss the details and confirm the contract. With all the other phones in the house in use (by Carol, trying to talk to her gabby friend, and Alice), Mike has no choice but to use the payphone in the family room to call Mr. Crawford. Just as Mike is about to confirm the appointment, the operator cuts in, asking for more money. Mike scrambles to find a dime in his pocket but is eventually cut off. Sam comes to the rescue with another dime and Mike is able to make a new call ... but then it could be too late, anyway, because the irritated Mr. Crawford now is not sure about Mike's abilities or the stability of his firm, and is even more annoyed when he thinks Mike is so cheap he can't afford a regular landline. Mr. Crawford is about to hang up when Mike finally blurts out the reason the phone was in his house. Mr. Crawford is suddenly intrigued and agrees to meet with Mike.
19th May '15 5:46:00 AM Briguy52748
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Mike has been trying to complete drawings for a mutli-million dollar project for a national company and needs to honor a telephone appointment to set up a meeting time with Mr. Crawford, its CEO, to discuss the details and confirm the contract. With all the other phones in the house in use (by Carol, trying to talk to her gabby friend, and Alice), Mike has no choice but to use the payphone in the family room to call Mr. Crawford. Just as Mike is about to confirm the appointment, the operator cuts in, asking for more money. Mike scrambles to find a dime in his pocket but is eventually cut off. Sam comes to the rescue with another dime and Mike is able to make a new call ... but then it could be too late, anyway, because the irritated Mr. Crawford now is not sure about Mike's abilities or the stability of his firm, and is even more annoyed when he thinks Mike is so cheap he can't afford a regular landline. The client is about to hang up when Mike finally blurts out the reason the phone was in his house. The client is suddenly intrigued and agrees to meet with Mike.

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Mike has been trying to complete drawings for a mutli-million dollar project for a national company and needs to honor a telephone appointment to set up a meeting time with Mr. Crawford, its CEO, to discuss the details and confirm the contract. With all the other phones in the house in use (by Carol, trying to talk to her gabby friend, and Alice), Mike has no choice but to use the payphone in the family room to call Mr. Crawford. Just as Mike is about to confirm the appointment, the operator cuts in, asking for more money. Mike scrambles to find a dime in his pocket but is eventually cut off. Sam comes to the rescue with another dime and Mike is able to make a new call ... but then it could be too late, anyway, because the irritated Mr. Crawford now is not sure about Mike's abilities or the stability of his firm, and is even more annoyed when he thinks Mike is so cheap he can't afford a regular landline. The client Mr. Crawford is about to hang up when Mike finally blurts out the reason the phone was in his house. The client Mr. Crawford is suddenly intrigued and agrees to meet with Mike.
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