Lisa Douglas (née Gronyitz) was the leading female character in the 1960s CBS situation comedy Green Acres.
Lisa (portrayed by actress Eva Gabor), a glamorous Hungarian immigrant, was the wife of Oliver Wendell Douglas, a successful New York City attorney who had long harbored the dream of moving to the Midwest and operating a farm. Lisa had no desire to leave New York and live in an unsophisticated rural area; however, out of loyalty and duty to her husband she accompanied him on his quest nonetheless. Lisa got along wonderfully with her mother in-law, Eunice Douglas (Eleanor Audley) whom she called "Mother". She and her mother-in-law were in agreement not to move to the hinterlands.
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