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Episode List



4 Jan. 1985
It's a Dog's Life
Uncle Philip buys Webster a dog without asking George and Katherine.
11 Jan. 1985
The Parkers' estranged daughter, Maggie, and her son, return to try and reconcile.
18 Jan. 1985
Keep on Truckin' Papa
Papa Papadopolis decides to move back to the US for good, but his spirits are crushed when he has trouble finding work.
25 Jan. 1985
The Uh-Oh Feeling
Web overhears a substitute teacher's improper advances toward a student and worries about his own upcoming meeting.
1 Feb. 1985
Strike Up the Band
Webster writes a letter to Diahann Carroll, who is in town taping a TV special, hoping to get her to perform for his school benefit. Two of his friends decide to write a fake response.
8 Feb. 1985
In the Family Way: Part 1
Katherine finds out she is pregnant.
15 Feb. 1985
In the Family Way: Part 2
In spite of her doubts, Katherine decides to go through with the pregnancy, but she suffers a miscarriage.
22 Feb. 1985
What is Art?
Webster throws something on the table away without realizing it was actually a sculpture.
15 Mar. 1985
Best of Friends
While George and Bill argue over a board game, Webster gets into a fight with his best friend.
22 Mar. 1985
It's Academic
When Katherine starts taking classes and becomes enthused with her professor, she starts spending less and less time at home, making George jealous and Webster concerned.
29 Mar. 1985
Be It Ever So Humble
George threatens to move out when Bill goes too far in teasing him after a fall caused when he left a large tool on the stairs. When Katherine and Cassie start to argue after discussing the situation-and after Cassie's Wandering Jew dies from not being watered-Jerry is forced to intervene to resolve the feud between the Parkers and the Papadopolises.
5 Apr. 1985
The Best Thing I Can Be
After being denied entry onto an amusement park ride for being under 42 inches, Webster becomes depressed about his height and worries that he will never grow taller.
25 Feb. 1985
Blast from the Past: Part 2
As they are still reminiscing from past shows, they realize that they haven't seen Webster around the house and they start to get worried, not knowing that he is still in the secret room.
20 Sep. 1985
How the West Was Once: Part 1
The family visits the Tumbleweed Ranch in Lizard Flats, Arizona, where George once went as a child. While George is disappointed at the modernization, he is happy to see that Dusty, the old cowboy who was there in the old days, is still around. After Webster hears Dusty's campfire retelling of an Indian legend about a white horse named Moonhunter, he sees a white horse that he thinks is the same one from the legend. Webster wants to catch it, offering the wranglers co-ownership in return. However, Jack, the head wrangler, has other plans.
20 Sep. 1985
How the West Was Once: Part 2
After the wranglers catch Moonhunter, Webster is upset to see what they have to do to domesticate him. Meanwhile, George meets a realtor and wants to fulfill his dream of owning a ranch.
27 Sep. 1985
And Baby Makes Breakfast
Webster's class has to do a report on what it's like to be married and raise a child; he has been assigned an arrogant girl named Annette as his "wife," while their "baby" is an egg named Chester who meets with a tragic fate at the breakfast table.
4 Oct. 1985
Big Problems
Webster's new friend Rob is quite a bit taller than he is; eventually Rob comes to believe that's the only reason he wants them to be friends.
11 Oct. 1985
While George prepares for an IRS audit, Webster becomes convinced that he is from Jupiter after reading an article in a tabloid newspaper that Rob shows him.
18 Oct. 1985
Parent Trap
Webster has been getting home late and not calling; George decides to ground him, but Katherine, who is now majoring in psychology, comes up with a more novel idea: that Webster act as the parent to her and George to see what it's like from their perspective.
25 Oct. 1985
Good Grief
When Katherine's mother dies of a sudden stroke, she becomes withdrawn from the world. She won't go to her classes or go out with friends or family, and she refuses to go to Webster's party even though she promised him that she would.
1 Nov. 1985
One More Shot
Webster has a dream to make a free throw from a regulation basketball court, like his favorite basketball player, Patrick Ewing of the New York Knicks. When George takes Webster and Katherine to New York, Katherine's former sorority sister gets mid-court tickets to the Knicks-Celtics game for Webster and George as well as opera tickets for the two of them. Unfortunately, things do not go as planned.
8 Nov. 1985
Great Expectations: Part 1
Webster travels to Hollywood to see Uncle Philip, who has been signed to do a movie musical called "Rockin' Feet." He also has a surprise for Webster: he's dating a woman named Sherette. When they visit the Paramount lot, Webster sees Sherette make her move toward the film's producer.
15 Nov. 1985
Great Expectations: Part 2
While at first Philip doesn't believe Webster when he tells the truth about Sherette, he eventually figures it out when his part in "Rockin' Feet" is rewritten for a woman - and that woman is her. Back in Chicago, Katherine and George's attempt at a second honeymoon is spoiled when a blizzard knocks out the power and the heat.
22 Nov. 1985
Who's to Blame?
Webster is upset when his friends tease him about having a babysitter, so he persuades Katherine to let him stay home alone for an hour. When he gloats about this to his friends, two older boys who hear this take the opportunity to rob his house. Meanwhile, Bill hires his nephew Skippy to represent him in a lawsuit over a car accident.
29 Nov. 1985
When Webster throws out a chain letter that promised bad luck if he doesn't send it to 25 people, bad things start to happen. He gets a D in math, Katherine's beaded bracelet breaks, and Papa is hospitalized because of what he says is "bad luck." This makes Webster think the chain letter was right, but Katherine and George must find a way to convince him that it's just a series of coincidences.
6 Dec. 1985
The Triangle
As the Parkers' 25th wedding anniversary approaches, Webster shows Katherine a picture he took of Bill's car at a hotel. She tries to confront Bill with this, but the clumsy way she does this makes Bill think she's interested in him. Bill tells this to Cassie, who refuses to believe it, but when George hears about it and goes to talk to Cassie, Webster, who doesn't understand what they're misunderstanding, tries to explain it to Katherine who draws an equally wrong conclusion.
13 Dec. 1985
The Truth Hurts
Katherine gets a homemade dress as a present from Webster: an unflattering lime green one that says "I Love Paris" and has a large, battery-powered, lighted Eiffel Tower embedded on it. She can't admit to Webster that she doesn't like the dress, and he wants her to wear it for a special occasion. Cassie tells her to wear it as she goes out the door and then change at the neighbors' house while Webster isn't looking. The day she chooses to wear the dress is the day she participates in an experiment where she and other students will be observing four children's ...

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