Just the Ten of Us (1987–1990)
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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.
Coach Graham Lubbock, introduced on "Growing Pains," decides to move his large family out to California to take a job at a Catholic school, where his first six kids--five daughters and one son--are enrolled. Oldest daughter wants to become a nun; twins Cindy and Wendy are total opposites who enjoy much attention from their new classmates; Connie is an intellectual idealist; J.R. is the lone boy (besides his toddler brother) and he and Sherry are the mischievous ones; and Coach's wife Elizabeth is busy with toddler Harvey as she helps everyone settle into their new home and prepares for the arrival of the family's eighth child. Eventually, the four oldest girls form a singing group.
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