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Tale in Two Cities 

Maddie's father is determined to find out why she is avoiding going home. Bert and MacGillicudy are fighting over Agnes, and Bert is particularly upset. David takes him to a bar to help him forget. Maddie gives Agnes some big news.

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Maddie Hayes
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David Addison Jr.
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Agnes DiPesto
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Burt Viola
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Virginia Hayes
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Alexander Hayes
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Dr. Steve Hill (as R.H. Thompson)
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Leon Summers
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Blue Moon Employee
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Girl from Bar #2
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Geneviève
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MacGillicudy
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Leonard Haven
Lisa Mende ...
Eleanore Summers
April Dawn ...
Opal Summers
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It's been two weeks and Maddie's father is determined to find out why she is avoiding going to her own home. Her parents decide to have a dinner party. Whilst there, Maddie meets a doctor who is interested in her. David is sure she'll return and does his best to keep up morale at Blue Moon. However, he still mopes about her. Bert and MacGillicudy are fighting over Agnes, and Bert is particularly upset because he has misread the situation. David stops him from doing any damage and takes him to a bar to help him forget. Whilst there they meet two lovely women. Maddie gives Agnes some big news. Written by jem

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3 November 1987 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Burt Viola and MacGillicudy prepare to square off in the parking garage for their game of Chicken each of them is shown putting their cars into drive and subsequently revving their engines, but neither of their cars or tires move. This would be impossible with an automatic transmission. Both cars are also shown to have tachometers which is extremely rare, but not unheard of, in automatic transmission models. See more »

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Leader of the Pack
(1964)
Written by Shadow Morton, Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich
Performed by The Shangri-Las
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