My Three Sons: Season 6, Episode 32

London Memories (28 Apr. 1966)

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Steve seems to have changed since returning from London. When the family views home movies thy took in London, Robbie realizes Steve's mood is because he misses a woman he met in London.

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Steve seems to have changed since returning from London. When the family views home movies thy took in London, Robbie realizes Steve's mood is because he misses a woman he met in London.

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