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Three eleven-year-old children--black Randy, product-of-a-broken-home Nancy and leader Pete--grow up in a small California town, dealing with the typical problems of a '70s adolescent. Written by
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This was a very cute kids comedy/drama that I'm surprised it isn't mentioned much. This show was about three kids from different backgrounds and how we get to see the world through their eyes. Also, this show is interesting due to the fact that immediately following this show Jill Whelan would go on to a lengthy run playing Vicki Stubing on "The Love Boat". This show had a good concept and its just too bad that it couldn't find an audience.
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