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The series revolved with the scheming Commodore Wyntoon trying to destroy the Baileys charter fishing business.
Along with Paul Ford(Sam Bailey), there was Les Brown Jr. as Jim Bailey, Judy Carne as Barbara Wyntoon, Sterling Holloway as Buck Singleton, John Dehner as Commodore Cecil Wyntoon and Clint Howard as Stanley (who baited his hooks with a peanut butter sandwich)
All the episodes were gems, far funnier than other sitcoms of the time, but by far , the funniest episode was where Sam was trying to avoid a eviction notice by keeping his charter boat out all day.
After being out for ten hours, the passengers started complaining, wanting to go back to shore. They all complained that they had all caught over their limit when one man chimed in "Yes, and if they catch the kid(speaking of Stanley), He'll get the chair."
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