The Facts of Life: Season 1, Episode 2

Like Mother, Like Daughter (31 Aug. 1979)

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Blair fears she will get a reputation for being "easy" because her multiple-divorce' mother is caught flirting with another student's married father.

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Monica Warner
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Blair fears she will get a reputation for being "easy" because her multiple-divorce' mother is caught flirting with another student's married father. Written by James Bradford

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Edna Garrett: Blair is very upset. Her mother's about to become involved with a man here.
Steven Bradley: She is? Did she tell you where she wants me to meet her?
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Performed by Charlotte Rae
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