"Classic AW CD 56:26"
June 2, 1969
- In this scene, shortly after Lee's death, Sam flashbacks to a scene from May 14, 1968 with Lee,
just after his release from jail following his arrest for the murder of Lefty Burns, whom Lee
had killed in self-defense. Lahoma is attempting to prepare a study area for him in their
apartment. If you listen carefully, an exasperated Lahoma can be heard furiously snapping the
pencil she has just sharpened after Sam gathers up his books and leaves to study in the office.
June 6, 1969
- Liz, enraged that Fred and Susan have become romantically involved, angrily throws him out
when he returns from dropping Susan off to stay with Bill and Missy. The sound of the glass
bottle shattering that she flings at the door after him can be heard.
- The sound of Liz flinging Susan's clothes down the stairs at her can almost be heard.
- Susan and Fred attempt to explain themselves to a very angry Liz who has just returned home
unexpectedly from South America to find them embracing passionately on her couch.
June 9, 1969
- Rachel insists that she is throwing a dinner party for Sam and Lahoma at the behest of Ada.
June 11, 1969
- Liz/Bill/Missy/Susan. More aftershocks from Susan and Fred's romance.
July 1, 1969
- Missy and Bill speculate on what life will be like after they move to California. NOTE: New
organist Chet Kingsbury briefly plays Clarke Morgan's Missy and Bill theme as the scene
- The Going Away Party for Bill and Missy.
August 5, 1969
- Rachel tells Alice that Steve is her baby's father. NOTE: Only the immediate revelation is
present here. More of the scene is heard in flashback later on the CD.
September 11, 1969
- John relays the news to Pat that their next door neighbor, Anne Mason, has died.
September 19, 1969
- During Susan and Fred's wedding, Alice flashbacks to the scene where she returns her
engagement ring to Steve and tells him why. Also Liz tries to be gracious to Fred and Susan
after the wedding.
- All alone after the wedding, Liz dissolves into tears as she realizes she has lost Fred forever.
September 30, 1969
- Alice flashbacks to the aftermath of the revelation (Rachel being pregnant with Steve's child) which contains the most venomous portion.
October 8, 1969
- Sam angrily reacts to Lahoma's suggestion that they obtain a divorce.
October 17, 1969
- In a brilliantly acted, finely crafted scene, Jim tells Mary the reason Alice broke her engagement
to Steve. This scene is undoubtedly Virginia Dwyer's finest moment on the show.
October 29, 1969
- Ernie hears a crash and a scream from Sam, who is working in the garage
- Ernie reacts to finding Sam pinned under the car he is working on after the jack slips out of
October 31, 1969
- Walter surreptitiously puts a check written to him by Wayne in his pocket instead of endorsing it.
- Mary recalls words spoken earlier by Liz that haunt her into deciding Russ must be immediately told how Rachel is deceiving him. She calls to request he come over but Rachel arrives at the hospital in labor before he can leave to go see Mary.
Novemebr 4, 1969
- The birth of Jamie Frame.
December 11, 1969
- Steve vehemently denies to Rachel that he is Jamie's father.
December 25, 1969
- Christmas celebration at Pat and John's.
- Fred assures Susan that he does not mind being unable to see Tony next week.
- Peggy asks whether anyone knows all the verses to the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas."
January 12, 1970
- Rachel is furious when Russ tells her that in lieu of establishing a trust fund for Jamie, his parents will instead finance the set-up of his medical practice. Russ angrily maintains that he is the head of the household and Jamie's father in response to Rachel's rants.
- Wayne promises Bernice that they won't have to wait long before he extracts money from Liz.
January 23, 1970
- Bill Wolff announces that Whitfield Connor is temporarily playing the role of Fred Douglas due to Charles Baxter's illness.
- Voice-over of Sam reading the notification of Lahoma filing for divorce.
- Sam and Lahoma kiss passionately after professing their love. They agree to put Lee and Ron Styles behind them and move forward with their lives together.
- Susan defiantly tells Fred that she will be the judge of whether she has had too much to drink. Fred angrily tells Susan to join him for dinner with Walter and Lenore or stay home and continue drinking.
February 9, 1970
- Wayne asks Liz if she loves him enough to marry him.
February 10, 1970
- Bill Wolff announces that Dorothy Stinnette is temporarily playing the role of Liz due to Nancy Wickwire's illness.
- Pat tells Mary she is pregnant.
February 13, 1970
- Alice reacts to the news that Jim and Mary are setting up a trust fund for Jamie after all. She rants that Rachel has taken everything away from her and lambasts Jim and Mary for rewarding Rachel with money. Then, she wails that Liz is engaged, Pat is having a baby, and wonders when she will have something she can keep.
March 10, 1970
- Susan rejects the amorous advances of Joe Bruno, her decorator.
BONUS CD 43:53
December 25, 1971
- Sixteen minutes from the Christmas episode, featuring the Matthews family.
Of note is the speech by Paula McCrae, who was obviously Lemay's first attempt at creating an upper class.
May 3, 1974
- The special intro by Bill Wolff, and special-music end credit, for the 10th anniversary episode.