Hazel: Season 2
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Oscar and Emmy Award-winner Shirley Booth returns as Hazel, the sassy and energetic live-in maid who runs her employers household with a little havoc, a lot of style and lot more laughter!
Based on the original cartoons in The Saturday Evening Post, Season Two finds Hazel mixing it up at a bowling tournament, looking for a missing mailman, joining a protest against a developer and contemplating a marriage proposal from an old flame!
Starring Academy Award-winner Shirley Booth (Best Actress, Come Back, Little Sheba, 1952) with Don DeFore (The Adventures Of Ozzie & Harriet), Whitney Blake (Strange Homecoming), Bobby Buntrock (The Virginian) and Maudie Prickett (Andy Goes Wild). All 32 original episodes.
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Available for the public to buy and cherish!! I started with season 3, found season 1 at a great price, and now enjoying season 2 ( by far the funniest and best!) but really all of these shows were very well written, with challenging subjects: the idea of a maid (Hazel) many times outsmarts, outwits, her employer
(Mr.B) a respectable lawyer, with a circle of "high societies" and extremely wealthy people, Hazel always figures a way to bring the snobs down to earth, and always forgives those her give her a bad turn. Purely enjoyable for the entire family!! It's too bad TV Land doesn't air shows like this anymore!! Also When I was very sick, and live alone, Hazel shows helped me through that, and I was so grateful I had those to ease those horrible days and nights! Hazel helps me sleep at night too!! :) This show is A+
It also makes me wonder what the outside world was like in 1962?? An the actors all did a terrific job, God Bless them!! Also if your a family that cares about what your children watch, Hazel is a fantastic role model, with pure clean family values, and delightful humor, the whole family can enjoy anytime!! 🌟🤗
Hazel - (on the phone) - "Nope, Mr. B ain't here."
Missy - "Hazel.., Mr. B. 'isn't' here."
Hazel - "You hear that? Missy just confirmed it, Mr. B. ain't here."
PS, Kiss Smiley for us all down here, the episodes with that dog are among the sweetest things on television.
tused. Opening Credit is the "Groceries Opening". Originally I was going to describe each "Credit Opening" in detail, but I didn't want to spoil it
for anyone who haven't seen this season. So before I continue maybe I had better mention that my review may contain some spoilers for some
fans. But I hope that it clears up some questions for others. The "Cookies Opening" in this season is only on the first episode. The "Football
Opening" continues from episodes two to twenty-four. For the last eight episodes, The "Groceries Opening" is used. The Music Theme also
changed for this season. There was another more subtle change, except it was with some of the cast members. Not the show. Shirley Booth:
Hazel Burke, Don DeFore: George, and John Newton: Stan Blake, all seemed slimmer. At least Three Storylines were dropped after this season,
right along with their characters. I'll pick this up after I discuss my interpretations of each episode, below.
Episode 1: "Hazel's Cousin" - After Hazel's Cousin "Sybil's" Wedding Invitation is sabatoged, it's up to Sybil to save the day.
Episode 2: "Rosie's Contract" - George draws up a contract for Rosie's Employer to insure Rosie's Services, which makes Hazel believe she
should secure her future with one, too.
Episode 3: "We've Been So Happy Till Now" - When George and Dorothy are having a riff Hazel steps in to try to fix things up between them, which messes up her date with "Fulton", The Milkman.
Episode 4: " How To Lure An Epicure" - Hazel enlist her friends to help promote a restaurant that a "Food Critic" isn't favoring.
Episode 5: "Barney Hatfield, Where Are You?" - Hazel's inquiring to Barney's Supervisor about his not being at work almost gets him fired.
Episode 6: "A Four-Bit Word To Chew On" - Hazel and George, competing with each other for "The Top Word Of The Day", infuriates Mr. Griffin,
because he doesn't have any Formal Education.
Episode 7: "Hazel's Tax Deduction" - Hazel gets George audited she tells the I.R.S. that she is worth more than ten percent.
Episode 8: "Mr. "B" On The Bench" - Hazel blabs to everyone that George is going to be a Judge. Of course George hadn't made up his mind to accept the position. (NOTE: The liner in my purchase read: "Mr B On The Beach". I'm sure that was a typo.)
Episode 9: "License To Wed" - Hazel uses her form of "Psychology" to change Eddie's and Nancy's minds about getting married before they
Episode 10: "Genie, With The Light Brown Lamp" - Harold is moping around because "Smiley" got lost. So when Hazel tells him the "Aladdin's Lamp" story, and he sees what he thinks is "Aladdin's Lamp" in "Charlie's Antique Shop" no one can make him believe that it is only a "Gravy
Boat. (This was the show's second "Thanksgiving Day Episode)
Episode 11: "The Natural Athlete" - George, tired of listening to Hazel brag about how good she is at "Bowling", makes him decide to practice the sport again so that he can compete with her in the " Weekly Bowling Contest".
Episode 12: "New Man In Town" - Hazel and Rosie compete for the same fella, putting Hazel's relationship with "Mitch Brady" in trouble. (Robert Lowery - "Pablo" smokes more on this one and only episode that he appeared in than anyone else does on the entire series.)
Episode 13: "Herbert For Hire" - "The Johnson's" are in trouble, financially. So Hazel wants George to help him find suitable employment.
Episode 14: "Hazel And The Lovebirds" - When "Deirdre" tries again to interfere with Eddie's and Nancy's relationship, Hazel, again shows her that she doing the wrong thing.
Episode: 15: "Top Secret" - "Stan Blake's" daughter "Mavis" accidentally picks up some "Secret Documents" that were delivered to "Senator Sterling". So The Senator and his Aide track down the documents through a comedy maze of what he remembered of Hazel's conversation, during their visit to his hotel room.
Episode 16: "The Sunshine Girls Quartet" - Hazel and the other "Sunshine Girls chance to audition to sing in a contest is in jeopardy when Mr. Griffin's Birthday Party falls on the same night as the audition. (NOTE: Jean Willes plays "Miss Dunbar", who is in town for the auditions. She is sporting a very becoming Platinum Color Hair, which shows up on "Deirdre" on some later episodes in this season. I wonder did she get the idea from Jean Willes.)
Episode: 17: "A Good Example For Harold" - The Baxter's examples for telling the truth almost cost George a client.
Episode: 18: "Hazel's Highland Fling" - Mr. Griffin, not happy with his cook, enlist George help to get rid of her. But Hazel, after meeting her, decides to help her to find the man whom she is to marry.
Episode 19: "Ain't Walter Nice?" - Hazel's Nephew, Walter causes George to have some suspicious thoughts because of his behavior.
Episode 20: "Mr. Griffin Throws A Wedding" - Mr. Griffin's interference in his Nephew Pete's Wedding Plans causes a riff between Pete and his fiancee, Maggie.
Episode 21: "Hazel And The Stockholder's Meeting" - Constant maintenance on a brand new Vacuum Cleaner irritates Hazel, making her attend a Stockholder's Meeting, with the affective Vacuum Cleaner in tow.
Episode 22: "Hazel's Day Off" - Hazel runs into a client of George who doesn't have a clue how to relax, until he spends an entire day with her.
Episode 23: "I've Been Singing All My Life" - Hazel tries to enter "Deirdre's Talent Show", but Deirdre doesn't intend to allow anyone who is not of "The Right Class" into her Talent Show.
Episode 24: "The Fire's Never Dead, When The Ashes Are Red" - Hazel accidentally finds out who the woman is whom George's Law Professor is still in love with and devises a way to get them together.
Episode 25: "Hazel's Navy Blue Tug-Boats" - Hazel's trip to the "Shoe Store" turns into a "Trip Of Adventures", including bringing home a lost girl.
Episode 26: "The Hazel Walk" - Hazel doesn't want the area where she loves to hike to become a highway, so she invites some of "The City Officials" to come on a hike to prove it should be preserved.
Episode 27: "Hazel Digs A Hole For Herself" - Hazel convinces George's mother to become a Professional Gardener, which displeases both George and Deirdre. (Deirdre's hair is still lightened on this episode.)
Episode 28: "Hazel Sounds Her "A" - When Hazel can't convince George to help get a "Female Violinist" reinstated to the "Symphony Orchestra", Hazel appeals to his wife with some very interesting "News".
Episode 29: "Hazel's Luck" - Hazel's beliefs in "Chain Letters" and "Good Luck Charms" has her believing that a torn up chain letter is causing some welcomed mishaps.
Episode 30: "Oh, My Aching Back" - George's competing with Hazel causes him to hurt himself.
Episode 31: "Maid Of The Month" - Hazel gets named as "The Maid Of The Month", secretly set up by Mr. Griffin.
Episode 32: "So Long, Brown Eyes" - Hazel's "First Love" breezes into town, and unexpectedly proposes. But Hazel's loyalty to "The Baxters" gives her second thoughts.
I decided to write this review today because it is Actress Davey Davison's Birthday. She is Seventy-Two Years Old today.