Butch is negatively influenced by a "hip" kid when the Professor misses another one of his activities.

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David Doremus ...
Hal
Trent Lehman ...
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Mr. Thatcher
Lauren Gilbert ...
Clifford Haislip
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Mr. Hilder
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Jay Haislip
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Mr. Williams (as Richard Williams)
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Mr. MacNamara
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Butch is negatively influenced by a "hip" kid when the Professor misses another one of his activities.

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4 February 1970 (USA)  »

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Being Cool is Not Always Cool
5 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Professor Everett (Richard Long) has missed his son Butch's (Trent Lehman) basketball practice, after missing a string of other events with him. He apologizes to his son at dinner, but Butch is more upset over his new "ding-a-ling" coach. The middle son has developed a decidedly "hip" vocabulary and Nanny (Juliet Mills) feels it is a rebellion from the rejection he has been feeling. The groovy mindset stems from his interaction with a new kid Jay Haislip (Michael Barbera). The professor takes Nanny and the family on the University Faculty Picnic. He hopes it will turn Butch around. I felt the conflict was underdeveloped with a faint resolution.


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