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Hide and Go Lurch - Hook, Line and Stinkers - A Sword Fightin' Thing
Series The Addams Family (animated 1992)
Season 1
Original Airdate November 21, 1992
Story by

Hide and Go Lurch: Lane Raichert and Bill Matheny
Hook, Line and Stinkers: Lane Raichert and Bill Matheny
A Sword Fightin' Thing: David Schwartz and Bill Matheny

Teleplay by

Hide and Go Lurch: Lane Raichert
Hook, Line and Stinkers: Lane Raichert
A Sword Fightin' Thing: David Schwartz

Story Editors

Hide and Go Lurch: Lane Raichert & Bill Matheny
Hook, Line and Stinkers: Lane Raichert & Bill Matheny
A Sword Fightin' Thing: Bill Matheny

Summary

Hide and Go Lurch: Gomez and Uncle Fester find the Hiding Horn in the attic. They used to use it to play hide-and-seek with Lurch when they were young. When the sun sets, they blow the horn to play again. The object is to evade Lurch until midnight. Yet wherever they hide, Lurch keeps finding them.

Hook, Line and Stinkers: The Spy Twins kidnap Wednesday and Pugsley to use as bait for Agent Double-O Itt at the Addams' country cottage by a swamp. Wednesday and Pugsley outwit the Spy Twins, with the help of Snappy the alligator, and Itt sends them to a maximum security prison.

A Sword Fightin' Thing: Gomez is trying to relax, but Thing wants to sword fight with him. Gomez gets more and more aggressive in ridding himself of Thing, until he finally duels with him. However, they both soon fall asleep mid-fight.

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Previous episode:
Itt's Over
Episodes of The Addams Family (animated 1992) Next episode:
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