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Mary Has a Little Lamb 

The girls try to reconcile a pregnant teenage girl and her father. Meanwhile, Blanche starts to regret having written sympathetic "love" letters to a man in jail.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Lorry Goldman ...
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The girls try to reconcile a pregnant teenage girl and her father. Meanwhile, Blanche starts to regret having written sympathetic "love" letters to a man in jail.

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6 January 1990 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the nursery rhyme of the same name about a little girl who has misplace her sheep. See more »

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Sophia Petrillo: Doggy, I don't know if you noticed but I'm all skin and bones.
[Samson licks his mouth]
Sophia Petrillo: Oh, I shouldn't say "bones".
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References This Old House (1979) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Mary Has a Little Lamb (#5.13)
14 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The neighborhood girl comes over for a visit and turns out that she is pregnant at 16 and had a fight with her father. The girls take her in and try to get her father reconnect with her. And Blanche is writing romantic letters to a guy in prison, but when he comes out she feels she may have done a mistake.

Now this is an episode addressing the issue of teen pregnancy. Was fun to see Dorothy using a St. Olaf story to convince Fred to get back with his daughter, and it worked! Was also nice to recognize one of the gust actors, Julie McCullough. She did a good job as a pregnant teenager.

The prisoner story is there mostly for fun and did bring some laughs.


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