|Series||The Addams Family (TV Series)|
|Original Airdate||October 9, 1964|
|Written by||Hannibal Coons and Harry Winkler|
Election day is nearing, and Gomez is getting very excited. He puts up all his old campaign posters in the Play Room. When he hangs a poster outside on his fence for Leonard G. Quimby for city council, a passerby tells him Sam L. Hilliard is running so Gomez switches horses, that's the Addams way. Having previously met The Addams Family, he wants no part of their support, but they insist. Uncle Fester and Lurch have written a campaign song, but when Gomez offers Kitty Kat as the campaign mascot, Mr. Hilliard runs screaming from the house yet again.
- Cousin Grisley, Uncle Blight, and Grandpa Squint are referenced in this episode.
- Cleopatra is seen, and Aristotle is mentioned.
- Despite Ken Weaterwax and Lisa Loring being credited, they only appear in the opening and the credits.
Links and References
|Sam Hilliard||Allyn Joslyn|
|George Bass||Eddie Quillan|
|TV Announcer||Bill Baldwin|
|Reporter's Voice||Bob LeMond|
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Fester's Punctured Romance
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The Addams Family Tree