Lindsay's parents are convinced Kim is leading their daughter down a path toward drugs and sex, so they consider taking a peek in her diary. Meanwhile, Bill is tired of the same jocks ... See full summary »

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Daniel Desario
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Ken Miller (credit only)
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Nick Andopolis
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Alan White
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Lindsay's parents are convinced Kim is leading their daughter down a path toward drugs and sex, so they consider taking a peek in her diary. Meanwhile, Bill is tired of the same jocks picking the teams during P.E., often leaving him picked last, so he makes prank calls to Coach Fredricks then confronts him directly. The adults may be the ones learning lessons from the students. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When the guys are being picked for baseball teams, two girls are laughing at the last three guys to get picked. One the girls is holding a hurley, a stick used in the Irish game Hurling, and not to be found on a US baseball field in the 70s. See more »

Quotes

Kim Kelly: Are you calling me irrational? Because I'll tear your head off, Daniel. I'll tear it off, and I'll throw it over that fence.
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References Diff'rent Strokes (1978) See more »

Soundtracks

Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)
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Music by Bill Conti
Lyrics by Carol Connors and Ayn Robbins
Sung by Deetta West and Nelson Pigford
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One of my favorite episodes of the show
6 July 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

One of my favorite episodes of the show, score.

The funniest bits of the episode were the baseball playing ones. The music and over-dramatic faces make them a delight to sit through. I also love the scenes of Harold and Jean. They are incredibly underrated characters and I just loved how they reacted to Lindsay's diary. and it led Harold to express himself a little more. Them having old-people sex was pretty funny, especially the reaction of Sam and Neil's faces. Neil will grow up to be a perv.

This episode also develops Linday's and Kim's relationship better. There are a few people who detest Kim, but I don't see why. Sure, she is an evil bitch but she has her reasons. It was cute to see her have hurt feelings and happy when Lindsay finally tried to win her back.

This was yet again another excellent episode. Five stars?


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