A new girlfriend of the Professor thinks that Butch and Prudence are not grounded in reality and should be involved in her children's therapy group. Butch tests whether there is a tooth "... See full summary »

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A new girlfriend of the Professor thinks that Butch and Prudence are not grounded in reality and should be involved in her children's therapy group. Butch tests whether there is a tooth "elf" by not telling his father when he loses a tooth. Written by Uber Geek

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Child Psychology
8 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The professor's (Richard Long) new girlfriend is a child psychologist named Lynn Carlisle (Joanna Barnes). She is anxious to meet his family and he becomes increasingly nervous at dinner when the kids relate near magical happenings surrounding Nanny (Juliet Mills). Dr. Carlisle feels the two youngest children Prudence (Kim Richards) and Butch (Trey Lehman) aren't grounded in reality and invites the professor to have them take part in her children's psychology group. While there, things go a little haywire under Nanny's watch.


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