Gentle soul Darryl Harper leaves the fast paced world of advertising for teaching fourth grade which his medical student wife Vicki supports. Not so much her father Phil, who focuses on the... See full summary »
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1989  
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Darryl Sivad ...
 Darryl Harper (13 episodes, 1989)
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 Virginia Harper (13 episodes, 1989)
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 Phil Drexler (13 episodes, 1989)
Billy Dee Willis ...
 Donald (13 episodes, 1989)
Trent Cameron ...
 Sam (13 episodes, 1989)
Jahary Bennett ...
 Devon (13 episodes, 1989)
Claude Brooks ...
 Anthony Harper (13 episodes, 1989)
Daphne Jones ...
 Lisa Forest (13 episodes, 1989)
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Gentle soul Darryl Harper leaves the fast paced world of advertising for teaching fourth grade which his medical student wife Vicki supports. Not so much her father Phil, who focuses on the money Darryl isn't making. The kids and brother Anthony keep things light.

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16 September 1989 (USA)  »

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This Show Was So Short Lived That NO ONE Remembers It!
10 April 2005 | by (Portsmouth, Virginia) – See all my reviews

It was about an upper elementary school male teacher. He lived with his old father. He had a class full of students. One of them was the kid from "The Kid Who Loved Christmas." I still remember one episode when the kids kept on saying "So I'm not perfect! Sue me!" At the end of the class, the teacher punished the whole class. The kids said, "What about you being punished?" Then the teacher said, "So I'm not perfect! Sue me!" There was another episode when the old man came to the class and gave a speech about when he was a bus driver and he had a change maker. The fat kid wanted his change maker. The old man just gripped about how bad kids are today. At the end of the episode, the teacher asked "Who can name a noun?" Then the old man and the fat boy came in. And the fat boy said, "Change maker!" with the change maker in his hand. This show had a cool theme song with kids singing. This show came on the same time as another very short lived show of that year, Sister Kate.


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