After receiving two separate marriage proposals, Natalie asks the gang to reunite in Peekskill, NY.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Natalie Green
Harper Jason
Robert James
Tad Warner
Alexandra Johnson ...
Tisha Ramsey
Mallory Margel ...
François Klanfer ...
Donald (as Adam Reid)
Barry Stillwell ...
Officer Kendall


Thirteen years later Mrs. Garrett's "girls" have all grown into successful, independent women. After a stint in the Peace Corps with her husband, a widowed Mrs. Garrett is heading back to America, ready for a new life and new romance, and also looking forward to seeing the girls again. Blair is wealthier than ever, after building a hotel empire with her husband, Tad. But she suspects he is having an affair. "Tootie," now preferring to be called by her real name, Dorothy, has forsaken her acting hopes to host her own talk show. Natalie is a dedicated TV news producer, juggling an active love life with a frenetic work schedule that takes her all over the world. Jo, ever the free spirit, is a devoted cop, wife and mother. It's been years since Natalie has had a Thanksgiving back in America, so she's talked all the girls and Mrs. Garrett into spending the holiday together back in Peekskill, NY. When Jo is unable to attend the reunion, her teenage daughter, Jamie, and husband, Rick, come ... Written by FactsofLifeGirlsFan2006

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18 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Scott Bryce's role as Jo's husband Rick was recast because he could not get out of playing Craig Montgomery on As the World Turns (1956). See more »


When Tootie reveals a picture of Jeff holding Tisha as a baby, the actor playing Jeff in that picture looks nothing like Todd Hallowell who played him originally. See more »


Mrs. Edna Garrett: [on the phone] Harper's where? Blair's what? Thanksgiving's WHEN?
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Follows The Facts of Life (1979) See more »


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Utterly boring,and its not as better than the original
19 November 2001 | by (Chapel Hill,North Carolina) – See all my reviews

This ABC-TV's Wonderful World of Disney TV-Movie version of the classic sitcom series from the early 1980's is so dull and bland it should have been more much more,but instead its so lame. However it only had four members from the original cast;Charlotte Rae as housekeeper Mrs. Garrett Lisa Welchel as the spoiled brat and still spoiled Blair,Mindy Cohn who played the over the top always wanted to go in Natalie,and not to mention the other partner Kim Fields as goody too shoes Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey. However,it all starts off with the girls and the beloved housekeeper planned a get together for a reunion to saved their beloved Eastland Academy. However,getting to what the girls have been up to lately,well it all starts off with Tootie(Dorothy that is)having a very successful morning talk show in Los Angeles and is also a single mom of a 12 year-old from a recent divorce. Blair is owner of a grand five star hotel in New York with her millionaire husband,and Natalie is a successful editorial writer and from the looks of it is still on a diet and from the rest of the story you'll see why. However,the girls end up saving their Academy from being destroyed and they all get together for a Thanksgiving feast. But,wait just a minute in the movie you have another 12 year old girl who is the daughter of rebellious Jo,speaking of which where was Nancy McKeon who played her on the original show? Some of it was very sugarcoated(just like the show),and the rest of it had too much character fallout with them getting into all sorts of mischief. This was very sad however,since it had no premise to the one that ran on NBC-TV from 1979 to 1986(the original series that is),but is was too dull and very stale.

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