"The Artist and the Lady"
Original air date Jan 17, 1981
Directed by Michael Vejar
ten by Don Ingalls

Regular Cast
Ricardo Montalban as Mr. Roarke
Hervé Villechaize as Tattoo

Guest Cast
Alison Arngrim as Lisa Blake
Frank Arno
as Stranger
Peter Brown
as Patrick O'Herlihy
Susan Cotto
n as Helen
Jerome Guardino
as Eddie
Mike Henry
as Mike
Kim Marie
as Liza Blake, age 12
Don Most
as Kermit Dobbs
John Myhers as Spencer
Heather O'Rourke
as young Liz Blake
Michelle Pfeiffer as Deborah Dare
Eve Plumb
as Elizabeth Blake
Jeff Pomerantz
as Victor
This episode is actually named for its two stories, "Elizabeth's Baby and The Artist and the Lady."

In "Elizabeth's Baby," Elizabeth Blake wishes to look ahead into her unborn child's future.
"The Artist and the Lady" is about an untalented artist who wishes to possess the talent to paint a great masterpiece. Kermit Dobbs will obtain his coveted talent by using Patrick O'Herlihy's paint brush.
Sitting around a campfire, O'Herilhy talks to Kermit about "being careful what you wish for."
Although the boyfriend of the subject of his most recent painting is after him, O'Herilhy decides he doesn't mind being irresistible to women so much after all so he takes back his paint brush.
O'Herlihy, played by Peter, wants to give away his brush in order to break its spell on him. It seems the bearer of the paint brush must put up with an "irritating" side effect. Every woman he paints falls in love with him, much to the disdain of her husband or boyfriend.
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