History Series / MyThreeSons

12th Jul '17 5:13:31 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ParanormalEpisode: In the episode "Coincidence." After wishing that he'd have had three girls instead of boys, Steve gives a ride to a mysterious hitchhiker visible only to himself. In a unknown neighborhood on the other side of town, Steve's car breaks down and he seeks help at a house with a widow, her mother-in-law and her three daughters - the distaff counterparts of his family, down to being the same age with similar names.



* ParanormalEpisode: In the episode "Coincidence." After wishing that he'd have had three girls instead of boys, Steve gives a ride to a mysterious hitchhiker visible only to himself. In a unknown neighborhood on the other side of town, Steve's car breaks down and he seeks help at a house with a widow, her mother-in-law and her three daughters - the distaff counterparts of his family, down to being the same age with similar names.
12th Jul '17 5:12:51 AM johnsmithxxi
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** SupernaturalEpisode: In the episode "Coincidence." After wishing that he'd have had three girls instead of boys, Steve gives a ride to a mysterious hitchhiker visible only to himself. In a unknown neighborhood on the other side of town, Steve's car breaks down and he seeks help at a house with a widow and her three daughters - the distaff counterparts of his family, down to being the same age and similar names.

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** SupernaturalEpisode: * ParanormalEpisode: In the episode "Coincidence." After wishing that he'd have had three girls instead of boys, Steve gives a ride to a mysterious hitchhiker visible only to himself. In a unknown neighborhood on the other side of town, Steve's car breaks down and he seeks help at a house with a widow widow, her mother-in-law and her three daughters - the distaff counterparts of his family, down to being the same age and with similar names.
12th Jul '17 5:11:47 AM johnsmithxxi
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** SupernaturalEpisode: In the episode "Coincidence." After wishing that he'd have had three girls instead of boys, Steve gives a ride to a mysterious hitchhiker visible only to himself. In a unknown neighborhood on the other side of town, Steve's car breaks down and he seeks help at a house with a widow and her three daughters - the distaff counterparts of his family, down to being the same age and similar names.
17th Apr '17 8:46:04 AM Briguy52748
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* MissingMom: Steve's first wife had died at some point before the series began, leaving him a widower with three sons. At some later point, Steve hires his father-in-law (his first wife's father), Charles "Bub" O'Casey (William Frawley), to help manage the household.

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* MissingMom: Steve's first wife had died at some point before the series began, leaving him a widower with three sons. At some later point, Steve hires his father-in-law (his first wife's father), Charles Michael "Bub" O'Casey (William Frawley), to help manage the household.household. The first wife's uncle, Charles ("Uncle Charlie") O'Casey, Bub's brother, takes over in 1965.
27th Dec '16 2:17:32 PM fruitstripegum
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* MissingEpisode: Averted. But with 380 episodes, two rerun packages were made of the show. The first (and most popular) consists of the 1965-1970 color episodes, spanning the sixth through midway through the 11th seasons. The other package has the first five seasons (1960-1965, all black-and-white) ''and'' the final 1 1/2 seasons (the second half of the 1970-1971 and the full 1971-1972 seasons). To those unfamiliar with the workings of syndication, the shows that aren't part of the package currently shown on cable or their particular local station might conclude the other episodes are either missing or lost.
9th Jun '15 11:33:18 AM randomsurfer
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* PanickyExpectantFather: And grandfather.

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2nd Apr '14 4:05:40 AM TheEditor
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Possibly the originator of this trope, except in name. As mentioned below, Bub was no longer referred to sometime after William Frawley left; sometimes, even flashbacks showed only Uncle Charlie. Once after Mike left, it was discussed having the two younger boys move in with him, and then he was mentioned no more, neither was Ernie's being adopted. One imagines the re-marriage and Dody would have eventually been so retconned, making Beverly Garland's character a very tired woman. Knowing of this policy, Katie's actress wondered what would happen to her if the show continued without Robbie. It only lasted one season past this, though.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Possibly the originator of this trope, except in name. As mentioned below, Bub was no longer referred to sometime after William Frawley left; sometimes, even flashbacks showed only Uncle Charlie. Once after Mike left, it was discussed having the two younger boys move in with him, and then he was mentioned no more, neither was Ernie's being adopted. One imagines the re-marriage and Dody Dodie would have eventually been so retconned, making Beverly Garland's character a very tired woman. Knowing of this policy, Katie's actress wondered what would happen to her if the show continued without Robbie. It only lasted one season past this, though.
19th Mar '13 5:02:33 PM WisdomCat37
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* Panty Shot in particular, it's "I see London, I see France, I see Dodie's underpants!"

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* Panty Shot PantyShot: in particular, it's "I see London, I see France, I see Dodie's underpants!"
19th Mar '13 5:02:07 PM WisdomCat37
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in particular, its' "I see London, I see France, I see Dodie's underpants!"

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* Panty Shot in particular, its' it's "I see London, I see France, I see Dodie's underpants!"
19th Mar '13 4:30:35 PM WisdomCat37
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** This was also joked about in "Big Ol' Katie".



* PantyShot: In the wedding episode in particular, its' "I see London, I see France, I see Dodie's underpants!"

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* PantyShot: In the wedding episode PanickyExpectantFather: And grandfather.
in particular, its' "I see London, I see France, I see Dodie's underpants!"
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