Rosie is busy enjoying a social world of dating various men: Stanley Hess (whose character is listed in the credits as Howard Kane by accident), a young man interested in business, who Jake... See full summary »

Director:

Marc Daniels

Writers:

Cherney Berg, Gertrude Berg (teleplay)

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Episode credited cast:
Gertrude Berg ... Molly Goldberg
Warren Berlinger ... Stanley Hess
Carleton Carpenter ... Michael Robinson
Jay Easton Jay Easton ... Richard Keller
Robert H. Harris ... Jake Goldberg
Tom Helmore ... Jonathan Melton
Arlene McQuade Arlene McQuade ... Rosalie Goldberg
Eli Mintz ... Uncle David
Tom Taylor Tom Taylor ... Sammy Goldberg
Ned Wertimer ... Henry Thomas
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Rosie is busy enjoying a social world of dating various men: Stanley Hess (whose character is listed in the credits as Howard Kane by accident), a young man interested in business, who Jake likes best; Richard Keller, a premed student, who Uncle David likes best; Michael Robinson, a future research scientist and college professor, who Molly likes best. Thinking it might be time to choose one of these men, Rosie asks Sammy when he knew it was time to go steady with Dora, but he replies saying that it just sort of happened naturally. When the family members inform Rosie of who they each like best, Rosie becomes upset and angry. For two weeks, Rosie stays home not dating anyone. She then prepares for a date, and she is seen going out with Jonathan Melton, an older two or three times divorced man with three children who nobody wants for Rosie. At the end of the installment, Rosie is seen going out with a new young man named Henry Thomas, who makes the family feel relief that Rosie is ... Written by Robert Gold

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-G
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The first young man Rosie is seen dating is named "Stanley Hess" (played by Warren Berlinger). However, in the end credits, his character name is listed as "Howard Kane." See more »

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1956 (USA) See more »

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