Cliff is convinced that his new neighbor is Adolf Hitler. If not for Ma standing up for him, Cliff would be evicted from the building for harassment. But Cliff's still not convinced as to his neighbor's true identity. Meanwhile, Carla and John Allen Hill continue their love-hate relationship. However it has gone to a new level, to a love-hate-heart attack stage. Hill had a heart attack while they were making love. Seemingly indifferent to the heart attack since Hill is just a romp in the hay, Carla eventually breaks down in tears since "her boyfriend" had a heart attack. She suspects that the reason he did have a heart attack is she spurted out the words "I love you" to Hill. She doesn't know what to do since their relationship is built on hate. She finally goes to see him in the hospital, and based on events and the fact that Hill is out of commission for eight weeks, they decide to try and move their relationship to the next phase of true boyfriend-girlfriend. This eight weeks, or ...
Did You Know?
The title is from the 1975 song "Feelings" composed by Loulou Gaste and made famous by Morris Albert. See more
At the beginning, John Hill comes downstairs and remarks he hasn't seen the bar since the fire. However, in just the previous episode he shows up at the thanksgiving dinner momentarily. See more
[Cliff believes his neighbor is Hitler
Well, all right, everybody. Drop what you're doing, stop the presses. Nobody's going to be making fun of Cliff Clavin anymore, that's for sure. Look what I found in the trash of Mr. A. Hitler. Behold, Exhibit A.
What's this, a check stub here?
It's a Social Security check stub, and it sickens me. To think that we Americans worked our fingers to the bone so Mr. Hitler could have creamed corn.
A cereal box?
That's right, Paul. It's a cereal box. I guess we can ...
References Gilligan's Island