| Season Four, Episode #13 |
#66 in Series
|Network/Country:||ABC-TV / USA|
|Air date||December 11, 1979|
|Written by|| Story by: Mark Chambers |
Teleplay by: Kim Weiskopf &
|Directed by:||Dave Powers|
|IMDB||A Black Letter Day|
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Lana thinks Jack is having an affair with Janet or Chrissy after she reads an advice column and jumps to conclusions.
When Lana reads a letter in the advice column in the paper about a man living with two women and having an affair with one of them she decides that it's the trio. She confronts Janet with the letter and insinuates that it's Jack and Chrissy. She then talks to Chrissy and decides that it's Janet and Jack. She sees Larry at the Regal Beagle, shows him the letter and leaves when Jack arrives. Jack finally reads the letter and decides to teach the girls a lesson but it doesn't work because the girls have finally figured out that it isn't them at all.
Note: This episode marks the last appearance of Ann Wedgeworth, the shortest stint of any of the series' regulars, with only 13-credited episodes. However, Wedgeworth only appears in 9 of these episodes.