Grindl Season 1

Season 1

Grindl Season 1

First Air Date: September 15, 1963

First Aired on    :   1963
Episodes    :   32 episodes



Episodes

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1x32 Aunt Grindl (May 03, 1964)


Grindl thinks her cousin has left her a fortune but the legacy is something other than money.


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1x31 Some Dogs Have the Biggest Mouths (April 26, 1964)


Some dogs have the biggest mouths and Grindl meets one, a talking dog that gives her the name of the gunman who shot his master.


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1x30 Everything's Coming Up Roses (April 19, 1964)


Grindl is working as a housekeeper for a horticulturist and she'd like to know what became of her predecessors.


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1x29 There's No Such Thing as a Bad Barracuda (April 12, 1964)


While babysitting in a tough neighborhood, Grindl gets involved in a war between two teenage gangs.


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1x28 The Moon Killer (April 05, 1964)


The Moon Killer is on the prowl and Grindl is alone and unprotected in her apartment.


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1x27 Grindl Goes West (March 29, 1964)


Grindl may be one of the few people to leave Las Vegas a winner, half of a gambling casino has been built on property she owns.


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1x26 The Big Deception (March 22, 1964)


Grindl, working as a guide in a model home, decides to borrow it to help a young man impress his in-laws.


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1x25 Grindl, Girl Wac (March 15, 1964)


Grindl recalls her World War II misadventures.


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1x24 Active Retirement (March 08, 1964)


Grindl tries to prove an active retirement for an old railroad man.


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1x23 Grindl, Part-time Wife (March 01, 1964)


Grindl unwittingly chooses a kleptomaniac to pose as her butler husband.


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1x22 It's in the Bag (February 23, 1964)


Anxious to becomes her own boss, Grindl lets two con men talk her into selling vacuum cleaners.


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1x21 Taming of a Tyrant (February 16, 1964)


In a socialite's household, Grindl spearheads a strike against a tyrannical butler.


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1x20 Dial G For Grindl (February 09, 1964)


Grindl is mistaken for a professional killer.


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1x19 Grindl and the Boodle (February 02, 1964)


Insurance investigators, hoping to recover some stolen money ask Grindl to impersonate a gunman's moll.


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1x18 The Mad Bomber (a.k.a.) Grindl, the Mad Bomber (January 26, 1964)


Olaf, The Mad Bomber, who plants bombs that go off when the phone rings, makes a bad connection when he does the answering service where Grindl works.


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1x17 Grindl's Day Off (January 19, 1964)


Grindl's day starts off as one of those days when she finds herself taking a shower in her pajamas.


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1x16 Grindl, the Private Eye (January 12, 1964)


After watching a TV detective show, Grindl accepts a job as a maid for a private detective.


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1x15 The Lucky Piece (January 05, 1964)


A superstitious gambler plays a long shot when he hires Grindl as a maid.


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1x14 Grindl, Impractical Nurse (December 29, 1963)


Grindl watches TV's ""Dr. Wherton, Intern with a Cause"" and decides to become a nurse.


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1x13 'Twas the Week Before Christmas (December 22, 1963)



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1x12 The Great Schultz (December 15, 1963)


A magician known as The Great Schultz plans a pseudo-scientific act in which he seems able to change his wife into a rabbit and Grindl is mighty impressed.


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1x11 Grindl, the Meddler (December 08, 1963)



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1x10 The Great Bank Robbery (November 17, 1963)


The great bank robbery is what a group of thieves have been planning to pull but they are unable to find the bank's weak spot that is until Grindl is hired as a teller.


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1x09 Lady Grindl (November 10, 1963)


Grindl inherits a British estate and the title ""Lady Grindl."" She arrives at Dundstetter Moors to claim her inheritance, but three bent twigs on the family tree try to frighten her away.


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1x08 Grindl, Witness for the Defense (November 03, 1963)


Grindl is keeping house for a man who is supposedly an invalid.


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1x07 One Angry Grindl (October 27, 1963)


Grindl has deadlocked the jury with her vote of not guilty. She feels the defendant's blue eyes are sufficient cause for reasonable doubt.


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1x06 Grindl: Femme Fatale (October 20, 1963)


Grindl gets an inside look at a male harem when she becomes a maid for glamorous Gloria Lanett.


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1x05 Grindl and the Counterfeiters (October 13, 1963)


Grindl goes to work in a bookstore unaware that it's being used as a front for a ring of counterfeiters.


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1x04 The Ghastly Honeymoon (October 06, 1963)


Grindl meets a handsome and eligible suitor through a marriage bureau, but before the wedding takes place, the bridegroom takes out a large insurance policy on Grindl's life.


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1x03 Grindl, She-Wolf of Wall Street (September 29, 1963)



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1x02 Grindl, Counterspy (September 22, 1963)


Grindl is the babysitter of a 7-year old boy genius who is keeping a bottle of experimental rocket fuel in the refrigerator.


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1x01 The Gruesome Basement (September 15, 1963)


Grindl, who's working for the Hartmans, is very upset when Mrs, Hartman disappears and her suspicions mount when Mr. Hartman displays extreme sensitivity about a locked basement door.




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