Coach Lubbock, his wife Elizabeth, and their eight kids move to Eureka, California so he can take a coaching job...at an all-boys' school. The boys are thrilled that Coach's four beautiful ...
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Coach Lubbock, his wife Elizabeth, and their eight kids move to Eureka, California so he can take a coaching job...at an all-boys' school. The boys are thrilled that Coach's four beautiful daughters will be their new classmates; Coach is not so thrilled. Zany plots range from raffling off a date to taking a job at a slaughterhouse.Written by
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Heather Langencamp did this show in between Nightmare on Elmstreet installments. See more »
The opening sequence is intended to portray the family's cross-country move from New York City to California. However, in the St. Louis shot, the camera is facing south with the Gateway Arch in the center. As the vehicle moves toward the camera, it pans left and reveals more of the Mississippi River...which clearly shows the family driving east of St. Louis, not west. See more »
All I meant was: here Connie has caused this family crisis and all you care about is being a tramp!
Tramp, tramp, tramp! Y'know, you say that so often, sometimes I think you really want to be one, Marie!
And spend my days lusting after tall, handsome men who... strut and flex thier shapely buttocks... I think not!
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I Can remember being eight and nine years old and waiting for Friday nights to come around to watch the whole ABC line up which included Mr Belvedere and this show. I remember this show very fondly. Brings back great memories of an increasingly dissapearing era in Television
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