Family Affair: Season 5, Episode 22

Goodbye, Mrs. Beasley (18 Feb. 1971)

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One of Buffy's friends tells her it is time to give up her doll, Mrs Beasley, as it is a child's toy. They go to a toy store where the owner looks like Mrs Beasley.

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Jonathan 'Jody' Patterson-Davis (as Johnnie Whitaker)
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Wynn Catter
Georgia Schmidt ...
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One of Buffy's friends tells her it is time to give up her doll, Mrs Beasley, as it is a child's toy. They go to a toy store where the owner looks like Mrs Beasley.

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Buffy the...baby?
11 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A new girl in the building, a little bit older than Buffy but young enough to idolize a teen Cissy's age, snidely gives Buffy the impression she is too old to be playing with Mrs. Beasley (she may have a point), but is Buffy ready to stick Mrs. B. up in the closet? A sweet, though awfully contrived episode has Buffy seeking counseling from a REAL Mrs. Beasley, a kindly old woman who actually runs a doll shop in the neighborhood!! The best part of this episode is Buffy's dilemma, which she takes quite seriously, asking her family members for their opinions and making thoughtful statements like, "I didn't know growing up meant giving away the things you love..."


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