Another, and I promise the last, story from that TGAH episode I storyboarded.
I was lunching alone at a long table near the craft service wagon on the set waiting for Robert Culp to be available to work with me. Co-star Connie Selleca sat down directly across the table.
I was in my early twenties and still morbidly shy, particularly around beautiful TV actresses. It became hard to breathe.
But she had her baby with her, and this gave me a tension-breaking idea. I smiled and said, "what a beautiful baby."
She totally ignored me, undid her blouse, and started to nurse.
I ate the rest of my lunch staring at my plate, face blazing with embarrassment.
I read later she was a noted practical joker, who once pranked her then-husband Gil Gerard by pretending to be dead in a bathtub of reddened water.
So I suspect she quite enjoyed the whole thing.