Hank Seawell and Teddy prepare for the opening of Hank's photography exhibit, a major event, hosted by the Hospital Women's League and Alex, the new Chairperson. Wade brings his young girlfriend to the event. Prompting Alex to bring a handsome but inarticulate man, Victor, who just so happens to be working on her toilet at the time. While trying to make Wade jealous she may have started another fire.
When the photos of Teddy (naked) are unveiled, an irate councilman closes the exhibit. John is insulted while a guest on a popular radio show, his children's favorite.
Original Air Date:
November 2, 1991
Other Information (Trivia, Fun Facts, etc):
The whole story line of this episode is taken directly out of the headlines. Battles over censorship, those who have won some more notable cases; Hugh Hefner and Larry Flint.
When Teddy walks into Georgie’s house, she leaves the door wide open. Seems odd there was no concern of “letting the A/C or heat out” - but no one appears to close it. And after she makes a phone call, and dashes out of the house upset - there’s no door shutting or slamming sound. But yet, Georgie also stops herself from yelling something to Teddy when she runs out - why? The door was open, she COULD have heard you.
Frankie:[After informing Alex of her Ex-husband’s new friend] Gee, I thought you might be upset by this…
Alex: Upset? Frankie, Frankie… Wade and I have made our peace. I have been baptized in the fountain of wisdom. I have been spiritually reborn
Frankie: [Sigh] I‘m really glad to hear you say that. Because she‘s raven haired ravishing and younger then springtime.