Lois has just found out that she has a half-sister named Roberta and brings Reese, Jamie and Malcolm with her to meet their aunt and cousins. Her step-mother, Sylvia comments that she looks... See full summary »

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Hal
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Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)
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Sylvia
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Scott
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Roberta
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Jerome
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Peter Dietrich
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Ida
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Jerome's Girlfriend
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Lois has just found out that she has a half-sister named Roberta and brings Reese, Jamie and Malcolm with her to meet their aunt and cousins. Her step-mother, Sylvia comments that she looks exactly like Victor and gives her a warm welcome. Despite some nervous moments between them, they're getting along great. Lois thinks it's going to be nice, quality time with them until a furious and vengeful, Ida arrives at the house to spoil everything. She has lost the court case and demands for Victor's pension from his secret family. Meanwhile Hal and Dewey plan to go racing together, but things don't go as great as they'd expected. Written by Anonymous

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9 May 2004 (USA)  »

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In 'Victor's Other Family' Betty White plays Lois father's other wife. Cloris Leachman plays Lois mother. Both of these woman were on the Mary Tyler Moore show. At one point in that show White's character has an affair with Leachman's character's husband. See more »

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Mr. Dietrich: [facing Ida] We froze Victor's pension because of the dispute with the other family. But you're absolutely right, Manitoba law states that a common-law wife is entitled to her husband's pension. Even if you're not legally married, you'll still prevail in the case. Of course, you'd have to prove you're a common-law wife with DNA tests of children, lease in both your names, phone bills, that sort of thing. But I think you'd win.
Grandma Ida: Finally a Canadian who isn't an idiot.
Mr. Dietrich: The problem is, the pension's ...
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Brick House
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Written by William King, Ronald La Pread, Thomas McClary, Walter Orange, Lionel Richie, and Milan Williams
Performed by Adam Wylie
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