66 Mia can’t forgive Dorothy’s deception. I still can’t forgive her hair. 67 More surprising than her secret marriage is Claire Morton’s childhood doll. 68 In his hospital room, Elliot clasps Connie’s unmoisturized hand. 69 The new priest prefers Chopin, knows how to arrange gladioli. Gay? 70 I wouldn’t have missed Connie’s wedding or Norman’s outburst for the world. 71 When was the last time you heard Proust referred to in a soap opera? 72 “I’m still a growing boy,” Norman says, and his snug corduroys prove it. 73 Connie mopes around her Boston honeymoon suite. Twin beds—I’d mope too. 74 For all the drama, including a lost deaf girl, really rather dull. 75 Allison’s front-door kiss is sweet. Still, keep your eyes on her roving nose. 76 Dark night: Norman broods. Rodney tries to counsel him, basket center-frame. 78 Allison trapped in baby-sitting hell. Just smack that bratty deaf girl! 79 Ada Jacks’ costume necklace—flashy. Connie’s new sweep of hair—flash flood. 80 Passing orderly could be Ashbery. Did John ever do walk-ons? 81 I’ve been misspelling “MacKenzie.” Per Constance’s shop window, small “k.” 82 Miss Choate, that vicious nagging witch of a nurse, won’t get off Betty’s back. 84 I can’t help but trust a doctor who thoroughly enjoys a good smoke. 85 Why should Elliot envy the handsome, deep-voiced, tall, hunky salesman? 86 Really, this deaf girl needs a walloping. She’s spoiled as Helen Keller. 87 Joe Chernak is our new thug. But that’s OK. He’s also our new stud. 88 Rita harassed by Joe. Lightning illuminates her white overbite. 89 It’s already the preview? What the hell happened in this episode? 90 Everyone’s slapping and slugging each other. Then: Boston bus cracks up. 91 Elliot gives blood for crash victims. The Schusters give each other slaps. 92 No hint of Leslie Nielsen’s comic genius in this stiff performance. 94 Handing out caps and gowns: future Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss, ham. 95 After Joe molests Rita, she runs home to dress. Prom night is prom night. 96 Lower right corner: Romance Classics’ heart covers Rita’s tear-streaked face. 97 Prom music’s getting on Nielsen’s nerves; his stilted dialogue, on mine. 98 I’m not a breast man, so Doris’ nipples are of little interest. 99 The second Leslie Nielsen (city slicker twin) is worse than the first. 100 At least the hundredth episode rates a few new exterior shots. 101 Cute bit: phone wakes Rod at 5:00 a.m. and he tries to answer his shoe. 102 Ada’s got Connie beat when it comes to thick, black supersized lashes. 103 Lunch box Allison gives Rod—if I can find it on eBay, I’ll bid. 104 First glimpse of Lee Grant, fresh from being blacklisted, in shiny black wig. 105 Hand on newspaper, Norman clearly gives Rodney his middle finger. 107 Piroshki are small Russian pastries filled with chopped meat or vegetables. 108 How to fake clambake: rear project ocean, wiggle a rubber lobster. 110 Talk about buildup. Is this Schuster bash ever going to happen? 112 Great sound effects when Rod and Joe fight are wasted on deaf witness Kim. 113 Spoiler alert: Joe drops dead. So will Doris’ party, if word spreads. 114 This is the way the season ends, not with a bang but a ringing phone. This is the continuing story of Peyton Place . . .