CBS Schoolbreak Special: Season 3, Episode 3

Babies Having Babies (28 Jan. 1986)

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Five pregnant teenage girls meet up at a group counseling session and begin to discuss their situation and feelings amongst each other.

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Brenda
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Max
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Kelly
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Lisa
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Mary Pat
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James
Henry Proach ...
Henry
James Greenblatt ...
Joey (as Jim Greenblatt)
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Bag Lady
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Mrs. Chapman
Bob Tzudiker ...
Mary Pat's Dad
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Five pregnant teenage girls meet up at a group counseling session and begin to discuss their situation and feelings amongst each other.

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A show with a message
2 October 2002 | by (Alexandria, VA) – See all my reviews

This was another of the "ABC Afterschool Specials" that was shown in late May of 1986. These specials featured young actors (Lori Laughlin, Reneee Estevez) who went on to do well in Holloywood, as well as veteran actors. This particular installment featured the above mentioned ladies as well as Claudia Wells (M.J. Fox's girlfreind in the 1st Back to the Future film) who were young, un-married and pregnant. The message of this show (all of the ABC A.S.S.'s had one) was to be aware that sex at a young age can lead to consequences that will last a lifetime. All of the young actresses did a good job in this one, and while this is an old show, it would be worth re-running again. The ABC Family chanel should re-run all of these "Afterschool Specials".


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