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Episode 1798

August 16, 1944


Original air date unknown; only record date known.

Cast: Gertrude Berg (Molly Goldberg); James R. Waters (Jake Goldberg); Roslyn Silber (Rosalie Goldberg); Alfred Ryder (Sammy Goldberg); Menasha Skulnik (Uncle David).

Announcer introduction: "Right now, in Lastenbury, confusion has the upper hand. Of course, not in every home in Lastenbury but, to be exact, in two of them -- one's the Mayer's -- and the other, our old friends the Goldbergs. And both these families have every right to their confusion for their children are to be married very soon. Gone is the old hostility between the families... and in its place a growing affection and respect. There is no doubt that the way things have turned out have made Sammy and Dora two happier people. At the moment Molly is quite beside herself with preparations. And she isn't stopping short of turning the house upside down -- and she's not alone in this, for Jake's preparing, and David's preparing -- and even Rosie -- but -- if Molly thinks things are confused now... well, she has only the faintest glimmer of what's in store for her... Listen..."

Announcer close: "Well, if ever there was a full house, certainly the Goldbergs own it. With the guests that are coming, their friends and Mrs. Mayer's... it seems certain that Molly and Jake and the others won't sleep under their own roof tonight. In fact, it looks as if the Goldbergs may have to camp out under the stars. But one thing is sure -- for Sammy's wedding, -- the family is willing to make almost any sacrifice... and, they may have to yet..."