When I watch the episodes now on DVD, I remember that when they first aired, I thought certain things were going to happen just based on what I saw on the commercial promo that advertised for the next episode. Not really false advertising, of course. Just my own misconception.
Here are a few of the things I remember:
Season 2, “The Gold Violin”: Jimmy Barrett calling to invite Betty to an event, saying, “Don’t you want to go?” This promo made me think that Betty & Jimmy might have an affair or at the very least, a flirtation.
Season 3, “My Old Kentucky Home” : Greg told Joan he really didn’t want to have a fight right now, to which she replied, “Then stop talking.” This if I recall was interspersed with a shot of Paul looking angry (in retrospect – probably at Geoffrey, the drug dealer?). All of this made me think that Greg and Paul were going to have a fight over Joan. (That would have been juicy!)
Season 3, “Wee Small Hours”: Harry tells Paul, “You don’t want to know,” and Paul says, “I think I do.” I know now that this had to do with Lee Garner, Jr., and Sal, but at the time, I thought maybe someone had complained about Paul’s work and Paul was in trouble.
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