The New Adventures of Beans Baxter (1987–1988)

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Teenaged Beans Baxter's mailman father disappears one day and Beans discovers his dad was really a courier for a secret government agency. Soon Beans is drawn into espionage, becoming a ... See full summary »

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1987
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 Benjamin 'Beans' Baxter Jr. (16 episodes, 1987)
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 Number Two (14 episodes, 1987)
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Teenaged Beans Baxter's mailman father disappears one day and Beans discovers his dad was really a courier for a secret government agency. Soon Beans is drawn into espionage, becoming a secret agent for the government. Beans has many adventures while his mother remains completely oblivious. Beans' ultimate goal is to find his kidnapped father who is being held by enemy agents. Written by Anonymous

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[Beans participates in an exorcism to deal with a spirit way too fond of lounge music.]
Beans Baxter: The power of Elvis compels you! The power of Elvis compels you!
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Get Smart for Kids
11 December 2000 | by (Chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

Beans Baxter was one of the first shows offered by the FOX network, and it was a quirky little show with hints of satire. I loved how Baxter's mother was totally clueless about her son's adventures, as well as that of her missing husband (Dad was a spy). The show should have been given a better chance. FOX decided to push Married With Kids instead.


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