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Episode List



16 Sep. 1984
Punky Finds a Home: Part 1
Penelope "Punky" Brewster is an abandoned 8-year-old who wanders into an empty apartment in Chicago. The manager of the building is a 60-year-old curmudgeon named Henry Warnimont, who begrudgingly agrees to let her sleep on his couch until more suitable arrangements can be made.
23 Sep. 1984
Punky Finds a Home: Part 2
Henry fails to stop a social worker from putting Punky in an orphanage.
30 Sep. 1984
Punky Finds a Home: Part 3
Henry goes to court to get custody of Punky.
7 Oct. 1984
Punky Gets Her Own Room/Lost and Found
In the first segment, Punky and her friends convert Henry's study room into her bedroom without asking him first. In the second segment, Henry takes Punky shopping and she wanders off.
14 Oct. 1984
Walk Pool/Gone Fishin'
In the first segment, Mrs. Johnson finds the task of walking the children to school to be too exasperating, so she turns it over to Henry, who attempts to instill a sense of discipline into them. In the second segment, Henry tries to introduce Punky and her friends to the joys of fishing.
21 Oct. 1984
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
As the Chicago Cubs play in their first post-season championship since 1945, proud Cubs fan Henry tries to get tickets for Punky and himself.
28 Oct. 1984
Parents Night
As the school's parent-teacher night approaches, Punky is upset by Margaux's insensitive comments about foster parents and foster children.
4 Nov. 1984
Visit to the Doctor/Go to Sleep
In the first segment, Henry gives Punky a lucky nickel to keep with her while she goes for a booster shot. In the second segment, Punky can't sleep, so Henry agrees to let her stay up and watch the opera with him on TV.
25 Nov. 1984
Miss Adorable
Punky, Cherie, and Margaux compete in a beauty pageant hosted by pop singer Andy Gibb.
2 Dec. 1984
Dog Dough Afternoon
Punky and Cherie start a dog grooming business so that they can help make ends meet in their respective homes.
9 Dec. 1984
Bye Bye, My
Henry throws out Punky's worn-out old doll after the children's attempt to repair it fails. This upsets Punky, so Henry searches throughout the city to find it.
16 Dec. 1984
Yes, Punky, There Is a Santa Claus: Part 1
Christmas is approaching, and the only thing Punky wants is to find her mother.
16 Dec. 1984
Yes, Punky, There Is a Santa Claus: Part 2
By playing Santa at school and saying he can do anything if she believes in him hard enough, Henry has inadvertently convinced Punky that Santa Claus will bring back her mother. Now he must find the woman, but the search is fruitless until an antiques dealer provides a possible clue.

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