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01-09-2017, 06:18 PM
Ward Cleaver's profession
Does anybody remember what the character Ward Cleaver did for a living? I don't.

...he could have been a hit man....

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01-09-2017, 06:20 PM
RE: Ward Cleaver's profession
He was the father, right? All I remember is he was really hard on the beaver.

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01-09-2017, 06:25 PM (This post was last modified: 01-09-2017 06:28 PM by GirlyMan.)
RE: Ward Cleaver's profession
Before I look it up, I'm going with accountant. ... unspecified whit-collar Jungian archetype.

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01-09-2017, 06:25 PM
RE: Ward Cleaver's profession
He worked for Lumpy's father at a trust company...


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01-09-2017, 06:26 PM
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I always saw right through that Eddie Haskel fucker.

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01-09-2017, 06:27 PM
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(01-09-2017 06:20 PM)jerry mcmasters Wrote:  He was the father, right? All I remember is he was really hard on the beaver.

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01-09-2017, 06:27 PM
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(01-09-2017 06:25 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Before I look it up, I'm going with accountant.

Nope, it was talked about in one of the episodes...Can't remember which, but it also gave the impression they lived back east...

Which was totally funny to me growing up because that suburb looked more Los Angeles.

A while back the show was streaming on Netflix and I was bored...


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01-09-2017, 06:30 PM
RE: Ward Cleaver's profession
(01-09-2017 06:27 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  
(01-09-2017 06:25 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Before I look it up, I'm going with accountant.

Nope, it was talked about in one of the episodes...Can't remember which, but it also gave the impression they lived back east...

Which was totally funny to me growing up because that suburb looked more Los Angeles.

A while back the show was streaming on Netflix and I was bored...

Looked it up. Just one episode with mention of a trust company. I'm not sure whether you should be congratulated or committed.

Ward is an archetypical white collar, briefcase-toting professional of the 1950s. He wears a business suit, works in an office with a view of a metropolitan area, has a secretary named Grace, leaves home early in the morning and returns in the early evening. He works for a "big company" with main offices in New York City; more specifically, it was revealed in Season 3, Episode 19 that Ward works for a trust company under Mr. Anderson. He drives to work in his Plymouth unless June needs the car during the day for a specific errand. He is home on weekends for golfing at a local country club. Occasionally, Ward is required to do some office work at home. In one early episode, for example, he works at home on a women's marketing survey. His co-worker is Fred Rutherford, a smug, pompous man who refers to the workplace as "the salt mine."

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01-09-2017, 06:33 PM
RE: Ward Cleaver's profession
(01-09-2017 06:25 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  He worked for Lumpy's father at a trust company...
(01-09-2017 06:30 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Looked it up. Just one episode with mention of a trust company. I'm not sure whether you should be congratulated or committed.

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01-09-2017, 06:40 PM
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(01-09-2017 06:30 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  
(01-09-2017 06:27 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  Nope, it was talked about in one of the episodes...Can't remember which, but it also gave the impression they lived back east...

Which was totally funny to me growing up because that suburb looked more Los Angeles.

A while back the show was streaming on Netflix and I was bored...

Looked it up. Just one episode with mention of a trust company. I'm not sure whether you should be congratulated or committed.

Ward is an archetypical white collar, briefcase-toting professional of the 1950s. He wears a business suit, works in an office with a view of a metropolitan area, has a secretary named Grace, leaves home early in the morning and returns in the early evening. He works for a "big company" with main offices in New York City; more specifically, it was revealed in Season 3, Episode 19 that Ward works for a trust company under Mr. Anderson. He drives to work in his Plymouth unless June needs the car during the day for a specific errand. He is home on weekends for golfing at a local country club. Occasionally, Ward is required to do some office work at home. In one early episode, for example, he works at home on a women's marketing survey. His co-worker is Fred Rutherford, a smug, pompous man who refers to the workplace as "the salt mine."

Oh, he worked with Lumpy's dad...That makes it even more funny because I was under the impression that he was the boss...with someone over him of course...

I do remember the trust company because I always kinda assumed advertising or something along those lines.

I do recall them also mentioning a housekeeper, but only in the first season.


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