In this episode, Hamlet visits a psychiatrist and confesses that he's always wanted to be a private detective. The Melancholy Dane's sexual hang-ups are dissected by two bogus shrinks, at which point Dr. Bruce Genuine saves the day. The comfy chair used by the host of "Nationwide" is identified as having been stolen from Mrs. Edgeworth. A bride's father shares a bed with his daughter and her husband for the purpose of building a model ship. In "Boxing Tonight," the fight ends when the champ loses his head and arms, just as he'd done in the past six bouts. Mrs. Gorilla, Mrs. Non-Gorilla, and Mrs. Non-Smoker try to watch a soap opera, but end up spouting Shakespeare instead. And a visit to Polonius' House leads to an on-the-spot report from the Queen Victoria Handicap, with eight Queen Victorias in competition. First broadcast November 21, 1974, "Hamlet" features Carol Cleveland, Connie Booth, Jimmy Hill, Bob E. Raymond, and K.Joseph.
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