Ponch and Bobby set out to clear a fraternity house that is being blamed for thefts on campus.


(as Chuck Bail)




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Reilly ...
Bruce Penhall ...
Cadet Bruce Nelson
Harlan Arliss (credit only)
Hildy Hopkins
Tina Gayle ...
Dennis Bowen ...
Renzlo T. Johnson II
Mark Anthony Harlington III
Dr. Joyce Brothers (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)


Ponch and Bobby set out to clear a fraternity house that is being blamed for thefts on campus.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery




Release Date:

13 March 1983 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Stephen Furst played a similar role as fraternity member Kent 'Flounder' Dorfman in Animal House (1978) and later in the Animal House spin-off Delta House (1979). While the actor was slightly older than most college freshmen at 23 when Animal House was released and 24 when Delta House aired, he was 27 when this aired. While Billy Braver's age was not disclosed, he also appears far too old to be a college student. See more »


Officers in Los Angeles would notify the Border Patrol regarding a kidnapped child, however, they would also alert the San Diego office of the CHP or local Sheriff for law enforcement activity. They would not be taken off patrol and flown down via helicopter. See more »

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Embarrassing Bad
6 March 2015 | by (Pennsylvania, United States) – See all my reviews

Never did I think I would write a review.

There is usually a review for each episode that tells enough of the story.

Season 6 without Larry Wilcox has enough low spots for everybody, but this one scrapes a new low.

It is a straight Rip Off of Animal House the movie, even called "Fun House", get it?

The always amusing Stephen Furst goes from playing 'Flounder' to the Bluto roll in this mish mash of stereotypes, with the typical uptight conservative Frat House enemies... can't believe one wasn't called Nedermeyer.

Some weird child abduction story even shows up with the unfortunate and tragic girl from Poltergeist. Her short legacy did NOT need this show on it.

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