|"Don't Shoot the Piano Movers"|
Season 2, Episode 22
|Airdate||May 11th, 1982|
|Writer||Earl Barret; Bruce Kalish; Arne Sultan|
|Producer||Earl Barret; Austin Kalish; Irma Kalish; Arne Sultan|
|Starring||Ted Knight; Nancy Dussault; Deborah Van Valkenburgh; Lydia Cornell; Jim J. Bullock|
|Previous||"A Policeman's Wife is Not a Happy One"|
|Next||"Break Out the Pampers (Part 1)"|
"Don't Shoot the Piano Movers" is the twenty-second episode of season two of the American sitcom series Too Close for Comfort and the 41st episode of the series overall. It was directed by Jon Sharp and written by Earl Barret and Bruce Kalish based on a story treatment by Arne Sultan. It first aired on ABC on Tuesday, May 11th, 1982.
Principal Cast Edit
|Ted Knight||Henry Rush|
|Nancy Dussault||Muriel Rush|
|Deborah Van Valkenburgh||Jackie Rush|
|Lydia Cornell||Sara Rush|
|Jim J. Bullock||Monroe Ficus|
Guest Stars Edit
|Deena Freeman||April Rush|
|Peggy Mondo||Paula DeFranco|
|Lew Palter||Benny DeFranco|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- "Don't Shoot the Piano Movers" redirects to this page.
- This episode is production code number 219.
- This episode is included on disc three of the Too Close for Comfort: The Complete Second Season DVD collection.
- This is the season finale for season two.
- This is the second episode of Too Close for Comfort co-written by Bruce Kalish. He works on two episodes of the series in total.
- This is the first appearance of Andrew Rush, who is born in this episode.
- This is the sixteenth and final appearance of actress Deena Freeman in the role of April Rush.
- The sweatshirt that Henry Rush is seen wearing in this episode is from West Point. West Point is a military academy located in West Point, New York. This site gag is a recurring theme on the series with Henry always wearing a sweatshirt from a different college.
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